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by Glenn Franxman, Django Developer / Stunt Programmer.

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posted: 2003-12-19 00:06:31 perma-link, RSS comments feed

Hey, if New Zealanders can have coffee-flavored breakfast ceral, then why can't I? This is long over due.

glenn1you0 said on 2004-01-23 10:13:18:
Ugh! You're right! That's a rip-off. I guess I'll go back to pouring Starbuck's HouseBlend over my frosted flakes ;-)

zappagirl said on 2004-01-17 04:17:16:
No caffeine? Screw it. Not worth the calories!



Gabizynha commented, on August 20, 2012 at 2:46 p.m.:

I tried to make CCTray work on mono once and i had to comment out a lot of stuff to get it kind of wonrikg (all the windows-isms had to go) After i got it running there were still a bunch of problems, like a ghost window with no content behind the CCTray window, all the projects showing up 2 times and the tray icon also didn't work as it should. After all i think writing a Gtk# client is a good idea. I hope you will publish the code soon so i can try it out in my GNOME environment. BTW, do you use CCTrayLib for that project?regards,Daniel


Bashad commented, on September 23, 2012 at 12:35 a.m.:

When I first passed my NCLEX I perahcsud a book called Nurse In A Can which has 2-3 sections about Emergency Medicine and Procedures (along with a lot of other quick references). I would do my best to find it, since it doesn't seem to be around anymore.If you stop by Borders or Barnes Noble, they have a LOAD of books in their Health and Medicine section which I like to just sit in there and read up on (since there are always new things coming out).

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