Monthly Archives: December 2007

I don’t want to track back

I was shocked when I linked to an article on someone’s blog to find that my link had automatically posted in the blog’s Comments section.  WordPress has an option “Attempt to notify any blogs linked to from the article” which I have now unchecked which will hopefully prevent tracking back.  I know the Web thinks we […]


 DataBindingSource – To bind to a collection of objects, you need a collection type that implements the IList interface. DataBindingSource – If you bind to an ArrayList of objects, only the object properties are generated into columns, not fields.  The reason, I read, is that DataGridView uses reflection to get the property information.  In C# […]

Why learning DotNet is driving me crazy

Every #$%)! time I try to write a #*@(! DotNet program, I get so waylaid looking things up and trying to figure out how everything works that I don’t make any progress in the program.  It’s like chipping away at a mountain with a teaspoon.  On the one hand, I feel like I am learning a […]

News items at the end of 2007

– Pope’s Christmas sermon says we have to take better care of the Earth. Thank you, Pope Benedict. It’s time for you leaders to catch on and speak up. Anyone else care to join him? – Big US investment firms, e.g. Merrill, need to raise cash, are selling holdings to rich foreign investors. Oh, US, […]