Archive for October, 2005

TIME Magazine – All time 100 Movies

October 24, 2005 2 comments
In continuation of my previous post on novels, the list of movies can be found here.
The readers list can be found here.
Categories: Entertainment

TIME Magazine – All time 100 Novels

October 24, 2005 Leave a comment
Find the complete list here.
The reader’s choice can be found here.
As rightly said by someone in the talkback Ayn Rand, to me is a great miss :(.
Categories: Books

We share your pain – Microsoft

October 24, 2005 Leave a comment
Categories: Entertainment


October 24, 2005 Leave a comment


FOR INDIAN FRIENDS There is a site where in you can search for a particular blood group. You will get hundreds of donor addresses within your city. Please pass this on to everybody you know. We never know when an emergency will knock our life. It’s about SAVING a Life. Pass this on….


click here

Categories: Uncategorized


October 24, 2005 Leave a comment
"Twenty YEARS from now
you will be more DISAPPOINTED
by the things you DIDN’T do
than by the ONES you did.

So throw off the BOWLINES,
sail away from this safe HARBOR,
catch the trade WINDS in your SAILS.

– Mark Twain

Via my friend’s blog
Categories: Uncategorized

IQ Test

October 21, 2005 2 comments
Congratulations, Sendhil Kumar!
Your IQ score is 122

This number is based on a scientific formula that compares how many questions you answered correctly on the Classic IQ Test relative to others.

Your Intellectual Type is Facts Curator. This means you are highly intelligent and have picked up an impressive and unique collection of facts and figures over the years. You’ve got a remarkable vocabulary and exceptional math skills — which puts you in the same class as brainiacs like Bill Gates. And that’s just some of what we know about you from your test results.

Via Thiru’s blog
Categories: Uncategorized

The official *managed* way to find the .NET Framework directory

October 19, 2005 Leave a comment

Keith blogs about "The official *managed* way to find the .NET Framework directory"

Keith BrownOct 19, 2005 –  Show original item

Earlier today I posted the official unmanaged way to get the .NET Framework directory. Of course I was using P/Invoke to do it 😉 Mike Woodring commented with an easier, managed way:


But then Stephen Toub (my editor at MSDN Mag) commented with an even better option:


Thanks guys!

Categories: .NET Framework