I have not had a lot of time to update this blog recently. I have been working on a couple of side projects. One of which is one I hope to get released this week. Another is a .Net hosted site to host examples that I do on this blog.

The .Net hosted site is behind schedule and probably won't see the light of day for another couple of weeks, but I aim to use it as a guide to help people use .Net 2.0 and ASP.Net 2.0 (as well as helping myself learn more about it). I intend to host controls that I create on there too and maybe some simple tutorials.

I will let you know about the former project soon. But be aware I have fallen for the FIELDSET tag in HTML, I don't know how I lived without it!!! :)

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