Me…I’m holding out for the i.Beat Chinx, which should be announced Real Soon Now™.
Edit: Now its just the “TrekStor blaxx”, heh…
Indeed, the thermochrome CD is very nice. Unfortunately… the tropical climate of Singapore renders it useless. I need to hold the CD up to the air conditioner to cool it down enough.
That said, I’ve recently discovered our local band The Observatory released their album second album Blank Walls with a thermochrome cover. Very nice, and all along I was thinking that the ink used was just especially susceptible to oily fingers.
Its been a long time since I touched any classic ASP, apart from the odd quick fix to legacy projects.
Anyway, I recently helped a friend out with a project and was surprised to learn that there was an update to Windows Script, from 5.6 to 5.7. Wow! 5.6 shipped with XP, so it’s at least 5 years old.
No official release notes, but the comments in this thread indicate that:
…and a partially fixed circular reference problem. Sigh…
It seems that the GC fix will really boost AJAX performance on IE6, so it’s a good download for Windows 2000 users who have not yet gotten with the programme and switched to Firefox, Opera, or anything else, really.
In any case, downloads: