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August 2007

Xbox 360: Coming home to daddy

I just received an email from Microsoft informing me that my Xbox 360 repairs have been completed! It’s pretty amazing how quickly my Xbox 360 was fixed: 8/6/2007 – Mailed Xbox 360 to Microsoft support via UPS 8/10/2007 – Microsoft received my Xbox 360 8/12/2007 – Receive email stating repairs are done Microsoft received my […]

How To: Create Custom ASP URLs with Querystrings using ISAPI Rewrite

ISAPI Rewrite is a powerful URL manipulation engine based on regular expressions. It acts mostly like Apache’s mod_Rewrite, but is designed specifically for Microsoft’s Internet Information Server (IIS). ISAPI_Rewrite is an ISAPI filter written in pure C/C++ so it is extremely fast. ISAPI_Rewrite gives you the freedom to go beyond the standard URL schemes and […] Personalized Home Page

Personalized homepages aren’t a new idea. They’ve been around for some time now. Enter Pageflakes is putting a new twist on an old idea. With the recent launch of a new design and some new features, Pageflakes is making a solid effort at being the premiere personalized homepage site. Pageflakes is a 100% customizable […]

Xbox 360: Sent for repairs

If you read my earlier post titled “How to return an Xbox 360 for repairs” then you know the troubles I’ve had with my Xbox 360. I received my packaging on Friday and shipped my Xbox out this Monday morning. I was told by Microsoft Tech Support that it would take around 4-6 weeks to […] Sharing Bills Made Easy

At one point or another most of us have had to put up with a roommate. Whether it be in the dorm room at college, the barracks in the military, or an apartment building, having a roommate is a great way to help bring down your cost of living. Enter Billshare is a simple […]

Free Motorola Q USB Device Drivers

I learned an interesting fact the other day. Verizon does not allow their customers to download device drivers for their phones. Instead you have to pay $30 and purchase a “music essentials kit”, which includes drivers for your particular phone, some software, and a USB cord. $30!? WTF Verizon? Don’t you think the fact that […]

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Brad Williams is a computer programmer and tech junkie who enjoys exploring technology and sharing his knowledge and experience with others.


CEO of WebDevStudiosMaintainn, and Pluginize. Co-author of Professional WordPress and Professional WordPress Plugin Development.


Brad resides in Philadelphia.


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