The commandline for encoding video for Zune manually. I hate "magical" conversions in things like the iTunes or Zune software because it often eats disk space where you don't have the space via "cache" directories, etc. I'd rather just batch encode the files when I want them.
I've actually got one of these CueCat's laying around. Stumbled across the article when looking for how to use the Amazon REST services and got a bonus use as well.
If you're dealing with XML, embracing XPath makes your life much easier than other methods of ferretting out data. However, you have to have some way to write those queries outside of your application to get them right.
We have an uncertain database schema on a project that will likely change several times before it settles down. MyGeneration provides a handy way to re-generate the CRUD code/stored procs whenever the schema changes.
Find an empty frequency for that FM transmitter you bought for your MP3 player. No more of some random talk radio station butting in to the middle of your music.
It's always bothered me that Windows essentially has 2 states for an application to start up: at boot or manually. I often want something to be up an running, but if I started 15 minutes after booting, that'd be good enough.
I seriously want a decent trivia game for my home theater as a party game. Maybe this is a decent starting point.View all my bookmarks on Ma.gnolia