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fishCode Library .NET (Free Note Edition)

fishCode Library .NET (Free Note Edition) is a personal notes and information management system,It allows you to store all of your notes and information in an easy-to-use outline, makes your information accessible and searchable at... More...

Princeton joins Google Library Project

Google gives the impression they could not care less about the proclaimed copyright violations by the opponents of the company's Library Project. Instead, the search giant just bounces back with yet another deal. Google never... More...

MSDN Library May 2006 Edition - Available Free

For the first time, we're making the MSDN Library freely available for download from Microsoft Downloads. Previously, the Library was only available for download to MSDN subscribers. The current download is the May 2006 Edition... More...

Code Library .NET 11.5

CodeLib is an application that helps you to easily find and information gathering. Support Notes, Code, Files, Pictures, Web, URL save. 6 in 1 Utility. A database for all your information. ... More...

Code Library .NET 11.2

CodeLib is an application that helps you to easily find and information gathering. Support Notes, Code, Files, Pictures, Web, URL save. 6 in 1 Utility. Requires .NET Framework 1.1 A database for... More...

Atari opens up massive classic-game library

Publisher to release standalone Atari Flashback console and Atari Anthology collection this November. Atari today announced two new products that represent the company's feet-first entry into the classic-gaming boom. This November, Atari... More...

MSDN Library CD Trio Slips Out

Normally available only to subscribers, three CD images comprising the April 2003 MSDN Library have been posted by Microsoft for public download. The MSDN Library contains documentation, code samples, technical articles and reference guides designed... More...

One college: No library, no books?

Students at an Iowa college [over t' pond in the US folks, where else] can forget the quintessential experience of pulling all-nighters at the library poring over stacks of books. For one thing, there's no... More...

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