The Focus eBook Will Change Your Life

Imagine (…) a single-tasking life. Imagine waking and going for a run, as if running were all you do. Nothing else is on your mind but the run, and you do it to the very best of your abilities. Then you eat, enjoying every flavorful bite of your fresh breakfast of whole, unprocessed foods. You […]

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LaSalle 2010 Election Candidates Websites

Residents of LaSalle, Ontario looking for online information about the candidates running in the upcoming October 25, 2010 municipal election may have a hard time finding information on the web. I myself could only find a few candidate’s websites by using a search engine to hunt for them. So, to make things easier for my […]

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Life Changing Events

Much has changed in the last several months. My wonderful BF proposed while we were on a cruise in July! We came home from the cruise and almost immediately started house shopping. We have already purchased our new house and moved in last weekend. It is now a process of putting things away, organizing, and […]

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A New Perspective

The last five or six months have been challenging, sometimes scary, but ultimately eye-opening and life-changing. I feel better than I have in many years. My BF and I bought eachother rollerblades, and when the weather is nice, I’ve been out getting fresh air and exercise which is a nice change. I have been looking […]

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My Goings-On: New Job, New Apt, Lots Of Changes

I’ve been posting regularly about specific topics but haven’t done an overall update on what’s new with me so here goes. I have just started a new position at my current employer. I have moved from Developer to Business Analyst which I hope will allow me to learn a whole new area of skills and […]

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To My Friends Who Play Facebook Games

I’m writing this blog post as a letter to many of my closest friends. These are some of the people who are most important to me. I hope they read it. Many of my friends play games on Facebook. Being a web developer, I took an early interest in these things and delved into the […]

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C#: Sorting A Hashtable By Values (not Keys)

Outputting a C# Hashtable in sorted order by the keys is easy enough. Copy the keys to an array, sort that array, then iterate through the sorted keys to output the Hashtable values. But what if you want the Hashtable sorted by value. For example if your hashtable has a username as the key and […]

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Windsor’s Broken City Lab

Windsorites might be interested in learning about a group I just came across called Broken City Lab (http://www.brokencitylab.org/). They are group of artists located here in Windsor who pursue social activism through art. From their website: “Broken City Lab is an artist-led interdisciplinary creative research group that tactically disrupts and engages the city, its communities, […]

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Browser Stats For Non-Technical Websites

As a web developer I rely on statistics to keep on top of which web browsers are most popular and should therefore receive the bulk of my focus and testing time. It’s just not feasible to develop a website for all possible browsers without an expensive outlay of effort and aggravation. Unfortunately many popular websites […]

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Dual Booting With Ubuntu

I went through the process of installing Ubuntu Linux last weekend and I want to write about my experience. This will not be a guide on how to do the installation, because you can follow the same excellent Ubuntu installation guide that I used. Instead I’m going to write about the experience from the perspective […]

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