I'll see your Florida, and raise you Havana.
I wish I had a nice camera, I've got a knackered Fuji Finepix 1300. It's really annoying to think that my girlfriend's phone is a better camera than my camera.
Please do not place any shortcuts on the desktop.
Outlook has a good way to do a safe start: hold the ctrl button while you click on the shortcut. Every application should support this.
There's always been an IE shortcut on the desktop - they haven't added anything.
I'm afraid I'm not with you - for two reasons:
1 - I can't see the border on my copy of i.e. 7.
2 - I rather like it. Makes the page feel more like a paper page. But I guess that's just personal preference.
[edit:] I just noticed that it is simply difficult to see on pages which aren't white. - I still think it looks better that way though [/edit]
rjdohnert wrote:Just because I think MS is spying on me, doesnt mean they arent. They are and only irrational zombie boys think that if Microsoft could, they wouldnt.
SlackmasterK wrote:Yet by some definitions, America has more culture than most others.
I'm curious what those definitions are. As for me, I'm born and bred UK - English to be precise, seeing as all the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish folks I know get ticked off being lumped in with us anglo-saxons.
I grew up in a typical sleepy suburban village, so I've got the agatha christie view of england, except with broadband and expensive bus services.
The company I work for is trying to settle on a case tool for the software department.
It has to be UML 2.0 compliant, but apart from that we're pretty flexible. We're currently using System Architect - and hating it, so much so that it's putting everyone off modelling altogether.
Can anyone recommend a cheap case tool which would fit the bill? At the moment we're looking at a few, and Poseidon is beating the competition hands down - but are there any alternatives we haven't seen?
(I suggested using Team System, and was told that as we're not a purely microsoft development house it wouldn't be viable.)
I wish rioters could burn every city down this year, we'd turn into vagabond globetrotters.
Be very careful what you wish for.
Seriously though - there's a good reason for actually going to areas considered "troubled". Which is to diminish the impact that the problems (whatever they are) have - especially in poorer countries - of which France definitely isn't one.
The violence is deplorable - but you shouldn't be put off visiting Paris - it's probably no more violent than NY, London, Vegas or any other such city is on a normal day.
I know that Konfabulator and the like exists - but nothing out there (that I know of) would be able to add a "Display this as Note" type option to Outlook itself -
i.e: I'm looking at my tasks list and I spot one that I'm likely to forget; I right click and select Display as Note and it's on the desktop reminding me. Then - when I've done it I can open the Note, and set the task to be complete as per normal, likewise with e-mails etc..
Well, only slightly mad.
I've been a long time fan of sticky-note type programs, and I'm a user of Outlook (which has it's own notes feature, which ain't great).
I'd really like to see notes integrated in a slightly different way into Outlook such that I could post e-mails and tasks from outlook up to the desktop as sticky notes - so I don't forget to deal with them.
Just an idea.