There are tons and tons of things to blog but here is a quick one.
Last Thanksgiving (a 4 days of holidays in USA) I wanted to work on something really cool that is absolutely worth doing and something I can spend my entire 4 days continuosly. I looked over my list of pending projects to find something extraordinarily cool, kept thinking about new ideas flowing around, looked over to other idea websites and realized that my mind was just keept going blank all the while.
A simple .NET wrapper that lets you use IProgressDialog interface to show standard Windows progress dialog with AVI animation and built-in time remaining calculation.
Using Windows Explorer Progress Dialog In Your Application
This article shows you how you can let your users type mathematical equations in popular TeX format and render them into GIF images in your applications with just 10 minutes of coding effort.
Enable Your Users to Write Math Equations in Your Web and Desktop Apps
We will use the sieve method for twin primes to obtain the relationship for the twin prime counting function same as that was conjectured by Hardy and Littlewood but without making their heuristic assumption about the prime number distribution. Later we generalize our method to get the expression for the counting function for prime pairs (n, n+2k) and show that it is again same as the extended Goldbach conjecture that was conjectured by Hardy and Littlewood.
Summary: This essay reviews several efforts made to represent calendar information, ways to publish and subscribe event listing and efforts that have been made towards extending RSS for this purpose. It points out difficulties in implementing the standards and proposes a solution. Date: May 23, 2005 Last Updated: June 2, 2005 Author: Shital Shah
The Idea Almost every website owned by an organization or a group has some kind of event listing.