I am looking for a training venue so I can provide ASP.NET training courses. What I am looking for is a self-contained classroom with computers for 10-12 people. It would be nice to have easy access from public transport and parking. I would be concentrating on leeds initially. Having said that it would be great if the company has locations in manchester, york, edinburgh, birmingham and/or london. I found a chain that looked good but the prices were stupidly high despite the fact they only had windows 98 machines, no projector or whiteboard. Please help! If you are interested in attending a ASP.NET class get in contact too
http://www.informationweek.com/story/IWK20021020S0002 “Small companies say they’re being sued for employing common practices for doing business on the Net”. How the hell did the company get a patent in the first place?
It’s funny cus it’s true http://www.doonesbury.com/strip/dailydose/index.cfm?uc_full_date=20021021&uc_comic=db&uc_daction=X
Turn up your speakers http://www.rathergood.com/alf/
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=44260&area=search&ordinal=6 The new version of Microsofts reference application, Petshop
http://www.gamesindustry.biz/content_page.php?section_name=ret&aid=835 MS might pull XBox out of of Australia
http://www.siliconvalley.com/mld/siliconvalley/business/columnists/dan_gillmor/ejournal/4307752.htm “What is Microsoft going to do with this [$40 billion]?”
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/2345731.stm While certainly a way forward, I doubt services that aim to eliminate spam will ever work 100%. I can’t see a system that can remove all your spam without ditching shedloads of legitimate email, as the spammers will learn the systems and algorithms and make their messages work around them. Having said that, anything that reduces it is fine by me. The best method I have found is to get a domain where you can have *@domain email addresses and use a unique address for each public place or email list, that way you can work out the culprit and cut it off at source.
“Sky will punt BT’s frill-less high-speed Net access service, BT Broadband, to its high-spending customers.” But why ADSL, not through satellite? Surely Sky should be promoting Sat technology? http://www.sky.com/skycom/article/1,,70047-1066911,00.html