Making the Internet a kinder, gentler place

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 Stephen Walther created a coding example to show how to do friendlier ASP.Net errors.  If you've done ASP.net development, you've run into the evil red and beige error screen.  They are suprisingly easier to create than one would think too.  Stephen includes how to display debugging versus non-debugging mode too.

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    D DWYER

    What I wish is that the Internet was a Kinder &

    Gentler Place for the Disabled & Elderly.  Yes, we too buy Computers, However, we are not as Intelligent, up to speed, and most likely never will be, compared to most. We buy our Computers basically to keep us "occupied"  to give us "something to do" where we are otherwise cut-off from the world outside, as most of us cannot do or take part in the normal person's activities.  So when we are "taken", by scams, fraud, abuse, internet thievery, it's really shameful, as the Internet will never be a "kinder & gentler place forus"  I, myself, learned a Big Lesson, with a Computer purchased just 5 months ago, brand new, and I have fallen victim to all of the above in just this short period of time!

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