I’m highly amused at attempts I’ve seen in public forums to munge email addresses.
We released a new product today, though it’s been on the website for about a month to start drumming up interest – and that it did. NebulaXLite allows MV BASIC to create "real" Excel workbooks – and it seems to work with OpenOffice and Google Doc Spreadsheets too! We also have a new forum to [...]
I’m updating my map with bits I get from here and there. Unless someone thinks it’s important for me to continue this effort, I’m only going to update once or twice a day now. I’ll leave this topic with some (uncommonly?) direct comments on how people view events like this.
There are power fluctuations so the network and phones keep going down. Seems like it’s only happening in one part of the building – weird. We’re a couple miles from the action but the air is rich with the smell of burning wood and some people are having issues with it irritating their eyes and [...]
As of this moment it doesn’t look like the Santiago Canyon fire will be contained anytime soon.
There is only one fire in this area at the moment. I’m posting a map showing the location of the fire and local MV businesses.
This is a response to an inquiry in the U2 tech forum about the need to use [Worksheet$] syntax in a SQL query, and the idea that an Excel worksheet is treated like a System Table. This isn’t really a U2 topic so I thought I’d tackle it here.
Faced with a migration from your current software package? Lost a client to Oracle, SAP, Quckbooks? Many MV shops lose the war because they aren’t invited to the battles. And sometimes even the people who win wind up losing. There is a better way.
Why do I suddenly feel like someone just asked me if this computer thing will really catch on, or if water is a good idea?
A recent forum posting said the D3 Reference Manual is "confused" about which %functions are for Unix and which are for Windows. I have a lot of comments on this topic but with just a couple minor exceptions I disagree with the statement that the doc is really "confused" anymore.