Month of May, 2006

SyncTime 1.0

SyncTime 1.0

SyncTime 1.0 is a small utility that updates the system time by connecting to an NTP timeserver.

I wrote this because my laptop's motherboard refuses to keep the time even after I replaced the battery. Damn HP OmniBook !

RegEx Eval requires Microsoft's .NET Framework 2.0 and is a free utility released under the new BSD license.

Download the Installer [ 286 KB ]

RegEx Eval 1.0 released

I had to deal with allot of regular expressions while programming SEOCpanel. As a result I wrote a quicky app that evaluates regular expressions.

This way I can test regular expressions before using them in my code.

RegEx is a small and very simple utility that tests regular expressions before using them. It will tell you if there is a match or not and the value of captures if any. It also includes a comprehensive cheat sheet. Very useful if you deal with regular expressions on a daily basis.

Download RegEx Eval here

RegEx Eval

RegEx Eval 1.0

RegEx is a small and very simple utility that tests regular expressions before using them. It will tell you if there is a match or not and the value of captures if any. It also includes a comprehensive cheat sheet. Very useful if you deal with regular expressions on a daily basis.

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Regular Expression thumbnail

RegEx Eval requires Microsoft's .NET Framework 2.0 and is a free utility released under the new BSD license.

Eye Candy

Being a linux user doesn't mean that you can't enjoy a good looking Desktop. GNOME for example has a nicely drawn and simple windows. KDE on the other hand are constantly improving the user-interface and the latest version has window transparency. In fact, if you look at it from a distance you'd think it's a Windows Vista PC :D

GNOME

GNOME thumb

KDE

KDE thumb

SEOCpanel rough look

Here is a very rough look at some of the stuff utilized by SEOCpanel.

Most of the stuff I'v done recently was in making Lynx more GUI friendly


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SEOCpanel teaser

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Importing bookmarks from Firefox to IE7

Importing bookmarks from FireFox to Internet explorer 7 (IE7) is really easy and straight forward.

First of all click on the add to Favorates icon in internet explorer 7 and choose "Import and Export..."

Import IE7

This will start the import/export wizard. Click next...

wizard1

Select "Import Favorites" then click next

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