At work today I spent quite a bit of time shouting and throwing things at my monitor, it tends to take the brunt of my frustrations when things really annoy me. The reason for my frustration today was Coldfusion’s WSConfig tool, which is supposed to easily allow you to configure web servers or individual sites (in the case of IIS anyway, I’ve not tried with Apache yet) to work with the Coldfusion JRun connector.
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Photograph of my two new widescreen monitors.

At the weekend I took delivery of my two new Samsung SyncMaster 205BW monitors which are fantastic. I’ve had a dual head setup for about the last 4 years but always as a couple of different size & resolution monitor. I’ve always thought it was a great improvement from a productivity point of view and would never choose to be on one monitor again, unless it was a nice Apple 30" plasma (but saying that for the price difference between my setup and the Apple 30" I’d stick with my current setup).
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The list I’m referring to is that of fantastic JavaScript frameworks. My list now includes Prototype (and the fact that I didn’t need to look up the URL just shows how many times I’ve recommended Prototoype), Dojo Toolkit, script.aculo.us and now MooTools.

I’ve not had the time to play around with MooTools yet, but simply looking at the help page you can’t deny that it looks sweet.
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