Since Neo and friends first hit the big screens in 1999, several movies have tried to copy The Matrix in some shape or form (Underworld, Constantine, Equilibrium, The Island). Now there’s another one to add to the list, "Wanted".
I’m going to show you a quick and easy way that hopefully will help liven up your plain old GridView.
Four days ago (I’m a bit slow) I received an email from the Flock Team telling me that the private beta of Flock 1.0 was available to try out. So now that I have some spare time, I thought I would take it for a quick spin around the Webs to see if it has any chance of standing out in the already over crowded browser market.
Love ’em or hate ’em, there’s no denying that regular expressions are an important tool for parsing text.
I’ve created a list of 21+ FREE tools and resources that may make writing regular expressions a bit easier.
So a few weeks ago, I decided to jump on the blogging bandwagon, and signup for a WordPress account. I must admit, I was impressed by how simple it was to install on a server (literally 5 minutes, like they said), configure, upload and select a theme and install plug-ins.
There was one thing that bothered me and I couldn’t ignore no matter how hard I tried … their editor.
Normally, I would have no problem with this, as you will see in my reviews below, that I want the ability to go in and manually edit the source. Using their HTML view however, is worse than using pico as a HTML editor.
I searched far and wide across the Internets for FREE alternative editors, and came up with 11 Editors, 7 of which I have tested and wrote about.
So without wasting any more of your time, here is my list of 10+ FREE Blogging Editors.