First [recovered failed] post from iPhone

I also installed the WordPress app on my iPhone. The layout is slightly better. But, I prefer the larger HTC Titan screen. I wish the iPhone keyboard showed the current typing case like the Android and Windows phones do.

Automatically remove an old / expired iOS distribution enterprise provisioning profile

As we build out apps in our enterprise app market, we find that old provisioning profiles linger out on user’s iOS devices. It is a small problem because users get the pop up notification that a provisioning profile is about to expire. Then they either click remind me, or show me. With show me, it jumps the user to settings and then provisioning. It is a nuisance, because users do not understand the significance and could potentially wipe out a good one.

There must be a way an app can replace its own. $20 is riding on the answer!

Posted from WordPress for Windows Phone



The trees are in full bloom now that the rain has let up. This is a great time of the year in Minnesota.

Posted from WordPress for Windows Phone

Next Google Chrome (version 28) will use Blink

I did not know this until today as I was updating the Google Chrome browsers to version 27 on the stage web servers.

 The next version of Chrome (28) will use Blink, a fork of WebKit that was announced early in May.

 This is a report from Google I/O

 I am wondering how much this might affect cross platform applications.

California Republic Palomino Blackwing Pearl

Palomino Pencil Tests

Palomino Pencil Tests

I just received the shipment of the new California Republic Palomino Blackwing Pearl pencils. I had to try them out and compare to others I have. I have been pleased with the soft black writing of the Palomino premium pencils. I was a pen person, until I read the article in the Boston Globe about the new Blackwing, and also what the Eberhard Faber Blackwing 602 was about.

I have purchased a wide variety of wood-cased pencils since September 2011 and used them. I have been working on my drawing skills. Also, I have brought them to work to make note-taking more fun.


Useful free .NET dll decompiler

I just used this to look at a deployed project .NET DLL to verify a code change had been made. Very useful on a straight DLL not in a project. It can be unzipped into a directory and run from there.
DevExtras .NET CodeReflect is a simple yet advanced free .NET assembly browser/decompiler. It is a free alternative to Red Gate’s/Lutz Roeder’s .NET Reflector

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