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Coders 4 Charities | Kansas City Non-Profit, Charity
We're looking for non-profit organizations in the Kansas City area that we can help during an upcoming event called Coders 4 Charities. This will be a 48-hour coding event (from Friday, April 25 through Sunday, April 27, 2008) that will benefit non-profit and charity organizations in the greater Kansas City area. If you are a non-profit organization looking for a better way to: increase your presence on the internet through a rich website help your volunteers and employees stay in touch and organized ......

Posted On Thursday, January 31, 2008 4:32 PM

Coders 4 Charities | Registration Pages
After a good amount of work (and hurling the laptop across the room several times), the Registration Pages for Developers and Charities are up! It's late. I'm tired. Go look! And sign up!! Coders 4 Charities Technorati Tags: Coders 4 Charities,Developers,Charity ......

Posted On Thursday, January 31, 2008 12:03 AM

Graffiti CMS | User Entry
We're using Graffiti CMS as our CMS for Coders 4 Charities, a site that we built to spread the word about our charity event coming late April 2008. We needed to implement a registration page, so that developers and charities can register for the event. Graffiti is obviously very powerful and easy to use, but I had a hard time figuring out how to get user entry to work. Here is my fundamental understanding of how things kinda work: When you create a post, Graffiti will create a folder for your post, ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 29, 2008 8:55 AM

We Are Microsoft | Winners
Congratulations to the Winners of the We Are Microsoft Charity Challenge Weekend! First Place - Texas Cares - mission and proposal here Second Place - North Park Missionary Baptist Church - mission and proposal here Third Place - Texas Response Unit Search & Rescue - mission and proposal here Technorati Tags: We Are Microsoft,Charity Challenge Weekend,Texas CARES,North Park Missionary Baptist Church,Texas Response Unit Search & Rescue ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 22, 2008 10:36 AM

We Are Microsoft | We Are Done!
We've finally launched all of the podcasts we recorded this weekend at the We Are Microsoft Charity Challenge Event in Dallas, Texas. Many thanks go out to Jeff Julian, Chris Koenig, Toi Wright, Amber Weiss and the folks at BravoTech, the huge team of developers that volunteered their time, and of course, all of the charities, who do the hard work day in and day out. To take a look at all of the podcasts, have a peek at Jeff Julian's blog. Technorati Tags: We Are Microsoft,Charity Challenge Weekend ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 22, 2008 10:25 AM

Because I can!

We are at mile marker 229 on I35 North, coming home from We Are Microsoft in Dallas, TX.

I am using Jeff Julian's MacBook pro via bluetooth, to his SmartPhone, which is connected to the internet.

Thought you should know.

Posted On Sunday, January 20, 2008 8:49 PM

We Are Microsoft 2008 | Photos
I had a chance to run around for a little while yesterday and snap some photos of the developers in action at the We Are Microsoft - Charity Challenge Weekend event in Dallas this weekend. Take a look at the photos here. Technorati Tags: We Are Microsoft,Charity Challege Weekend,Dallas,Flickr ......

Posted On Sunday, January 20, 2008 9:54 AM

We Are Microsoft | Charity Challenge Weekend
This weekend, Jeff Julian and I have been given the privilege of recording podcasts at Microsoft's We Are Microsoft event, called the Charity Challenge Weekend. We are in Dallas, TX, the location of many wonderful things (light bulbs and elevators), most notably the extremely delicious Baja Burrito at Baja Fresh Mexican Cantina. I have to admit that I was not too aware of what this event was all about, but after learning, I quickly jumped in with both feet. The Charity Challenge Weekend is all about ......

Posted On Sunday, January 20, 2008 12:05 AM

Firefox and "inline-block" support
This may be old news for some, but Firefox v2.0 does not support the display style "inline-block". I've read several blogs and articles on the subject, most of them suggesting using "-moz-inline-block" or "-moz-inline-stack" or "-moz-inline-box", none of which worked (and also managed to break IE support, subsequently). Since I tend to fix my own problems (and quickly forget the solution when it creeps up again), I usually post a blog about it to remind myself in the future. In the event this blog ......

Posted On Friday, January 4, 2008 3:19 PM

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