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HTC HD2 Touch screen not responding

My HTC HD2 screen stopped responding. It will work one time but not the other. Sometimes is was almost impossible to get it unlocked. Very frustrating. I am running a custom rom from xda developers using this tutorial http://www.jayceooi.com/2011/08/15/how-to-install-cwm-nand-android-on-htc-hd2-video/ (great tutorial). Anyway, I did some research and found that there were many solutions for getting... Read More »

Windows XP holding on as dominant OS

Windows XP isn’t going down easy. The ten-year-old OS has gradually been shedding users over the past several years but is still hanging onto to its huge chunk of the market. In April, XP’s market share inched down to 46.08 percent from 46.86 percent in March, according to data out today from Net Applications. That followed a... Read More »

.SiteMap not showing in child master pages in .net

I recently came across this problem again. It was a while since last time. Anyway, the sitemap would not show when placed inside a child master page (a master page that inherit from another master page…just to be clear). After messing with it, I remember what I did last time. On the child master page, set... Read More »

URL encoding converter

You ever wondered…What are those “%20” codes in URLs? Uniform Resource Locators or (URL) is a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) that specifies where a known resource is available and the mechanism for retrieving it. For example, http://www.google.com Sometimes you come across some weird URLs that contain %20, %22, etc. It will be great to clean... Read More »

My PC is infected with malware!

Has your computer been acting funny, crashing, running slow, or displaying unusual error messages? Have you been promiscuously clicking on Web links and opening up attachments from strangers? You could have a malware infection. CNET just published a FAQ article addressing this common problem. They discuss the following question: What are the warning signs of... Read More »

Suit alleges Disney, other top sites spied on users

There was a story on CNET last week regarding a law suit that alleges that a group of well-known Web sites, including those owned by Disney, Warner Bros. Records, and Demand Media, broke the law by secretly tracking the Web movements of their users, including children. Very interesing because we know that spywares and other... Read More »

Apple demos the power of HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript

Apple demos the power of HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript and how it can be use on your website. You have to download Safari in order to see the demo (may be that’s the catch) but I have to admit, as a web developer…this is pretty cool stuff. The categories available for demo are: Video, Typography, Gallery,... Read More »

An iPod for all at doctors’ paperless meeting – Just Cool!

It all started when a neurosurgeon watched his 3-year-old daughter pick up and immediately start using an iPod Touch. If a toddler can use this, he thought, surely neurosurgeons can. So, after months of planning, May 3 marks the first day of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons first paperless annual meeting in Philadelphia this... Read More »

Upgrading DNN 5.0.2 to DNN 5.2.3

Today a upgraded one of my clients DNN site from DNN 5.0.2 to DNN 5.2.3. The reason fro this upgrade was a strange bug on the HTML module that was making characters (á, é, í, ó, ú and other Spanish characters) show up as “?” Yeah, very weird. So after doing some research and posting... Read More »

Password-protect user accounts

Laptops are all the rage these days, but they’re easily stolen, even from places you think are safe, like work. Even if you just lose a laptop, you probably don’t want anyone to have easy access to all your data just by pressing the power button. That’s why the first step (definitely not the last,... Read More »

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