Mailinator:Spam Map

Wednesday, 21 September 2005

I was only reading in The Australian yesterday about websites (“Mash-ups”) that combine services from a number of other websites.

I found a reference to Mailinator on The Register today. It’s a page that maps incoming spam against the source IP address and uses Google Maps to generate a geographical map of where the spam is coming from. Makes you wonder how else you could make use of this kind of info.

Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 E-Learning

Monday, 19 September 2005

Microsoft have made a number of their e-learning courses for Visual Studio 2005 available for free until November 8th.Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 E-Learning.

Sadly, the pages don’t work very well with FireFox, so you’ll need to use IE to get to the content.

Developer Toolbar for IE announced at PDC

Monday, 19 September 2005

I use Firefox as my web browser, and one of the extensions I always install is the Web Developer extension.

Internet Explorer users look like they are now going to get something similar: IEBlog : Developer Toolbar for IE announced at PDC

Visual Studio 2005 Release Candidate Available for Download

Thursday, 15 September 2005

Mark Bower : Visual Studio 2005 Release Candidate Available for Download

Monad, Win2000 Rollup and ADS

Wednesday, 14 September 2005

Windows “Monad” Shell Beta 2 (for .NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2) x86

Windows “Monad” Shell is a new interactive command-line and task-based scripting technology in Windows that enables administrators to more efficiently and securely automate and control system management tasks on both desktops and servers.

Update Rollup 1 for Windows 2000 SP4 (KB891861)

This update consists of previously released recommended, critical and security updates for Windows 2000, rolled into one convenient package.

Automated Deployment Services (ADS) 1.1

With Windows Server 2003, Microsoft extends the platform to make it easier for administrators to build and administer very large, scaled out deployments of Windows servers. Automated Deployment Services (ADS) includes a new set of imaging tools developed by Microsoft and a more secure, remote-able infrastructure for rapidly deploying both Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003 onto bare metal servers. In addition, ADS offers a more secure, reliable script execution framework that lets administrators perform script-based administration on 1,000 servers as easily as they once did on a single server.