Thursday, February 23, 2006

Google Pages - Online notepad?

I just discovered Google Pages. It’s a nice basic WYSIWYG web page editor. Honestly, I don’t really have use for a web page editor as I do all my editing in Visual Studio or UltraEdit. Anyway, I’m excited to use it as an online note pad. That is one thing I feel is missing from GMail. I usually use an email draft to store notes. This may provide a sufficient alternative. We’ll see.

Friday, February 10, 2006


I am a natural procrastinator and lack some basic self-discipline. I came across a great pod cast from John MacArthur on self-discipline. Below are some of the key points and I would like to star integrating these into my life:

  • Start small (create a list)
  • Be on time
  • Keep your word
  • Do the hardest task first
  • Finish what you start
  • Practice self denial (just say no sometimes to know you can say “no”)
  • Volunteer

The Biblical basis for these concepts start with 1 Peter 1:13

DateTime Visualizer for Visual Studio 2005

I was doing some DateTime manipulation in a recent project and I could not remember which DateTime format gave me which output. I searched Google for any existing visualizers and could not find any that fulfilled this purpose. So, I created one. Below are some screen shots of what it looks like. Even further down are the binaries and source code. Enjoy!

Screen Shots

Debugging Visual Studio 2005 DateTime variable

DateTimeVisualizer - Click to zoom