Archive for November, 2009

1934 Ford Sedan, by Arcade Manufacturing Co.

Occasionally I sell stuff on eBay, usually antique toys. I’m excited enough about this car that I thought I’d share a few pictures of it before I put it up for auction. This car is both very hard to find and in very good condition (aside from the missing wheel). Advertisements

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“Using Relative URL Protocol Schemes” or “One Less Special Case for IE”

So the other day I was perusing through some of the RFCs, and came across RFC 1808. It’s called “Relative Uniform Resource Locators.” Of particular interest is section 2.4.3, “Parsing the Network Location/Login,” which says something like: “Hey, remember the last time you were creating a web application that needed to run in both HTTP […]


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Someone’s not thinking …

Ever run low on disk space? Ever try to free up disk space by deleting so-called temporary files? (After all, they’ve been abandoned by their programmer, might as well put them out of their misery.) A few weeks ago I ran into this situation on a Windows 2003 R2 Server. This is what it told […]

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