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By Dean Harrison on Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Towards the end of 2010 I was searching for some very specific modules for DotNetNuke, for the life of me I can't remember what. Anyway I came across a link to a free enhanced control panel for DotNetNuke 5. I tried it out on one of the projects I was...
By Dean Harrison on Thursday, April 08, 2010
I have been watching videos of Eugene Terreblanche and his followers on YouTube. It struck me how aggressive and unintelligent his arguments were, he bullied the press, foreign and local. I can only begin to imagine how he acted to non-boer South Africans...
By Dean Harrison on Friday, January 01, 2010
Happy New Year everyone. I think it would be obvious to say that 2010 is going to be a year of big things for South Africa with the Fifa World Cup just around the corner now. I think it also means big things on a personal level. While I find the official...
By Dean Harrison on Tuesday, July 28, 2009
I understand the need to express oneself in an effort to better ones lot in life. And in most cases the workforce is often the last to benefit from national opportunities and more often the first to feel inflation. But I have to ask where were COSATU...
By Dean Harrison on Saturday, July 04, 2009
I use Dotnetnuke for every website I do, including my own. Dotnetnuke or DNN is a Content (or Web) Management System that ships with some powerful core modules including the blog module. While there are some pretty impressive blogging systems out there...
By Dean Harrison on Thursday, July 02, 2009
Brian’s comment on my blog was almost prophetic. The first notebook arrived from PCMall and within a few hours of finishing the setup I realised that the combination of right-shift and “i” or “o” did not work. All other key combinations seemed to work...
By Dean Harrison on Tuesday, June 30, 2009
I love gadgets as much as the next guy, I’ve just never been a fan of notebook computing. Don’t get me wrong I think they are wonderful devices, I have just never had the need to be so restricted in upgrade options or screen-size whilst being free to roam around. Up until now, that is. I won’t go into the the detail as to why I need mobile computing, I don’t want to bore you, let’s just say I need one.

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By Dean Harrison on Friday, June 26, 2009
I met Richard Mulholland and Don Packett (Esq) from Missing Link yesterday. Rich should change his name to Mal-holland, if you meet him you will understand. It was refreshing because it reminded me that something is missing (thus the missing link). The...
By Dean Harrison on Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Peter de Villiers’ comments about Springbok supporters being racist makes me chuckle to my self. Ricky Januarie was booed on Saturday when he knocked the ball on. Div made a comment about getting your car fixed by a black or by a white, basically implying...
By Dean Harrison on Monday, June 22, 2009
When you are full time employed, it seems easier to stay fresh with all the trends and tools that effect your job, but as a contractor it’s quite a bit more challenging. Contractors are under pressure to bill for their hours, and in most cases you can’t...

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