Lara scores most Test runs in an over

End of over 120 (28 runs) West Indies 361/6 (trail by 200 runs)

RJ Peterson 13-2-76-0 – Corlett Drive End

M Dillon 4* (13b 1×4) BC Lara 178* (239b 28×4 2×6)

119.6 Peterson to Lara, FOUR, races to the 3rd man boundary
119.5 Peterson to Lara, FOUR, back over the bowler’s head

119.4 Peterson to Lara, FOUR, brings up 350 runs for WI

119.3 Peterson to Lara, SIX, pulled over mid-wicket

119.2 Peterson to Lara, SIX, over the head of Nel at mid-on

119.1 Peterson to Lara, FOUR, clubbed to the boundary, at point

Lara scores most Test runs in an over

.NET Online Seminars

Why
move to Visual Basic .NET


Understand all of the reasons to move to Visual Basic .NET: IDE Enhancements, language
changes that update Visual Basic .NET, and productivity benefits from building Windows
Forms applications. See how to access the underlying platform and the base class library,
and see how deploying your applications is much easier with No-Touch Deployment.
How
to move to Visual Basic .NET – Part I


Learn about moving your code and applications to Visual Basic .NET, and find out what
you need to do in order to ensure a successful upgrade. In this first part of the
series, learn how to upgrade code in Visual Studio .NET 2003 and how to interoperate
with existing COM components.
How
to move to Visual Basic .NET – Part II


In this second part of the two part series, learn how to migrate data-access code
from ADO to ADO.NET. Then learn how to migrate Win32 API calls and migrate your UI
to Visual Basic .NET.
Migrate
your skills and code to Visual Basic .NET


See how easy it is and how much more productive you can be when building desktop applications
with Visual Basic .NET. Key changes to the language, runtime, data access, and deployment
show how you can quickly get up to speed and migrate your skills as a Visual Basic
6 programmer to Visual Basic .NET.
Building
Data Centric Windows Forms Applications


This session shows how to use the ADO.NET classes to build data-driven applications.
Developing
Pocket PC Applications using Visual Studio .NET


This session explores how to develop Pocket PC 2002 applications with the .NET Compact
Framework and Smart Device Extensions for Visual Studio .NET.
Building
Applications with the Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit


Learn about mobile-development challenges, building a mobile application, mobile application
controls, pagination, and implementing device-specific content.
Advanced
Web Services


Learn about ASP.NET Web services, SOAP headers, Web services security, and SOAP extension
classes.
.NET
Class Library from A to Z


This session provides an introduction to what’s in the Base Class Library and
how to put it to work in your applications.
Architecting
an Application Using the .NET Framework


Learn to leverage the .NET framework’s strengths in designing solutions.Building
a .NET Application


This seminar consists of overviews of Duwamish, the user-services layer, the data-access
layer, the business logic layer, and application flow.
ASP.NET
with Visual Studio .NET


Learn about Web forms, use of Global.asax, working with session state, securing ASP.NET
applications, using Web.Config, caching, and monitoring ASP.NET applications.
Introduction
to ASP.NET


This seminar introduces server controls, data controls, ASP.NET Web applications,
business objects, and Web services.
Debugging
.NET Applications


Learn about debugging Web forms applications, Web services, and Windows Forms applications,
and get an introduction to tracing. Develop
Distributed Applications using .NET Remoting


Learn how to develop applications that leverage .NET Remoting. .NET Remoting is the
preferred mechanism for communication between applications when you have .NET on both
ends. Learn about singletons and single-call objects, configuration files, and about
server-activated and client-activated objects.
Implementing
.NET Security


Learn about .NET Security and how to implement Code Access Security and to manage
Evidence-Based Security policies. Then learn about Isolated Storage and Cryptography.
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Jealous wife ‘cut off sleeping husband’s penis’ – www.smh.com.au

Yikes! Be careful about what you get on your phone.

A jealous wife reportedly cut off her sleeping husband’s penis in Manila after
finding a text message from another woman on his mobile phone.

Antonio Llanesiras, 30, was being treated at the Pasay City General Hospital
in the Philippines.

But surgeons hold little hope of reattaching the plumber’s severed organ, which
was brought in by his wife carefully wrapped in a piece of cloth, the Manila Standard
reported.

It was not immediately clear if charges would be filed against the woman


[FrankArr]

Jealous wife ‘cut off sleeping husband’s penis’ – www.smh.com.au

Nasty new IE vulnerability

Most people reading are probably aware of the common trick whereby spammers and other
assorted ne’er-do-wells publish URLs with usernames
that look like hostnames
to fool people in to trusting a malicious site – for
example, http://www.microsoft.com&session%[email protected].
This trick is frequently used by spammers to steal people’s PayPal accounts, by tricking
them in to “resetting” their password at a site owned by the spammer but disguised
as PayPal.com.

Today’s new
Internet Explorer vulnerability
makes the problem a hundred times worse. By including
an 0x01 character after the @ symbol in the fake URL, IE can
be tricked in to not displaying the rest of the URL at all.
Don’t expect a patch for a while either; the guy who discovered the bug released
it to BugTraq
on the same day he notified the vendor.


[Simon Willison’s Weblog]

Nasty new IE vulnerability

Javascript Trick

Did you know that you can execute javascript statements against a web page, just like
using the Immediate window in Visual Basic 6? I just learnt this today.

Browse to a web page that has a disabled textbox and type this (replace the form and
textbox names) in the address bar and hit enter.

javascript:void(document.Form1.txtBox1.disabled
= false)

Presto you have an enabled textbox! Think of all the fun you can have on web sites
that only have client side validation?

Javascript Trick

It’s Official — Office is an Operating System

When you can write nearly
perfect versions of PacMan and Space Invaders
in your favorite productivity application,
you know it’s crossed the boundary. Of course, treating cells like pixels and implementing
the game by changing the background colors probably wasn’t what the Excel developers
had in mind, but frankly, that’s not much different than what the guys writing the
original games had to deal with. Wow.
[Marquee de Sells: Chris’s insight
outlet
]

It’s Official — Office is an Operating System

Mystic Microsoft

This was a fascinating ebook, it was so good that I read the whole book in a weekend.

Spiritual
Transformation in the Halls of High Technology
Kraig
Brockschmidt
, former employee of Microsoft wrote this draft copy for his (new)
book. Not sure if its been published yet or not but its very interesting. Its not
about MS’s products or about arguments over Linux/OpenSource etc. Its about
the spiritual transformation which the author went through during his 8 years of work
at MS. [via Ramesh]


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Mystic Microsoft