On April 21, 2008 I linked to a video showing Rackspace’s ambitious plan to turn an abandoned mall into their new headquarters. Here’s a new video the company published that shows what the “castle” looks like post-renovation. Pretty awesome workspace.
…think of IQueryable as an a*hole (figurative). Your college roommate, maybe. You ask him to clean the dishes. He says, “did it.” You ask him to get groceries. He says, “did it.” Then you say, “No you didn’t.” And then he does all of it all at once, and says, “Yeah I did. Right now.”
Turns out ascx has a higher priority than cshtml. Seems like the View Engine looks for .ascx files first and then searches for the .cshtml files.
Turning a mall into a data center
Very risky, but very cool!
Five years ago people were paying for each call to directory assistance. Now we have phones with one touch access to free directory assistance thanks to Google:
Includes free Goog-411™ 1-touch directory assistance! Use the dedicated 1-touch button on your GE phone to search for a business by name or category — and Goog-411 connects your call for free!
Lots of people drift their cars while driving uphill next to stone retaining walls, right??
(via Google Video)
Hopefully this will be changed before RTM. Pretty cheesy if you ask me.