Very Simple MD5 File Hash Checker

You know those files that you download that have MD5 Hashes next to the download so that you can verify that you’ve got the correct, untampered-with version of the software that you are downloading…

I created a simple .NET tool to check the hash and the code is located here.

Less CSS

Less CSS Website – Ruby

http://lesscss.org/

.Less Port of Ruby version

http://www.dotlesscss.com/

T4 Template for Less CSS

http://haacked.com/archive/2009/12/02/t4-template-for-less-css.aspx

Guidgen.exe

On Vista or Windows 7 machines you can create a shortcut to Guidgen.exe at the following path:

Visual Studio 2008

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\Tools\guidgen.exe"

Visual Studio 2005

“C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\Tools\guidgen.exe”

dynaTrace Ajax

http://ajax.dynatrace.com/pages/download/download.aspx

Tool for very deep analysis of Internet Explorers guts! 🙂

John Resig has a post showing some of the details here

Fiddler on Windows 7

Just a quick snippet about running Fiddler on Windows 7. Shows you how to alter Uri so that fiddler can catch traffic.

http://www.snowball.be/Debugging+With+Fiddler+On+Windows+7.aspx

ScribeFire Blog Editor

I was looking for an equivalent Blog editor for Windows Live Write on Ubuntu and found this nice FireFox Add-on!

ScribeFire Blog Editor

Wish I could use Live Writer as it is quite nice, but this might just do!

Update: Hmm! Think I might go back to the web interface… Double posted… Interesting Add-on… Might have another go at some other point!