Friday, June 30, 2006


For those of you who would like to add your thoughts, code examples, tips and tricks, or whatever to the MSDN VS 2005 documentation there is a Wiki hosted by Microsoft.

Monday, June 26, 2006

Microsoft Tech.Ed 2006 Webcasts

For those of you interested...

There are a whole bunch of free webcasts from Microsoft's Tech.Ed 2006

Saturday, June 24, 2006

PayPal Account

If you are purchasing an item from me or just want to donate some money, here is a way to send money to me via my PayPal account...

Friday, June 23, 2006

Conferences, Talks, Screencasts, etc...

This post is mainly to help me document when and where I have spoken and done other types of community type events (screencasts, podcasts, video, etc...)

I guess it could also be useful for someone to see any upcoming events I might participate in. For whatever reason, here it goes...


User Groups



VS.NET 2005 Spell Checker Addin

My boss found a misspelling on our website yesterday.

So, I thought I'd look around for a Visual Studio.NET 2005 spell checker addin.

I found the following tools... Spell Checker for VS.NET 2005 Version 1.0 Add-in by Dean J. Giovanelli and Spell Checker for HTML and ASP.NET pages by Mikhail Arkhipov

The tools have a lot of settings so they don't spell check things you aren't concerned about.

Using one of the above tools I was able to find the spelling mistake and correct it. I hope you find the above tools useful as well.

About Elijah Manor

Thanks for clicking the URL from my Twitter account. If you haven't already, I’d love to connect with you via my @elijahmanor twitter account.

Instead of just launching you into one of my websites... I thought I'd give you a little background on who I am and what I do.

I am a Christian married to my wonderful wife, Andrea. We are blessed to have two children Abby (3 years) and Enoch (9 months). I attend the Fellowship Bible Church in Brentwood, TN and I work for Compuware as a consultant developing Web Applications using Microsoft ASP.NET 3.5, MVC, AJAX, jQuery, Silverlight, and the works!

If you haven't noticed already I'm kind of a Twitterholic and I tend to tweet quite often on Twitter. I have recieved a Nuclear Follow Cost on more than one occasion.

I am aware that not all my followers are .NET fanatics, so I try to spread out non-.NET tweets throughout the day as well. I loosely try to stick with this schedule during business hours...

  • 1 tweet per hour (7:00am, 8:00am, etc...) about topics such as ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight, etc...
  • 1 tweet per hour (7:30am, 8:30am, etc...) about topics such as jQuery, JavaScript, CSS, etc...

Many people ask me how in the world do I tweet all the time? Well, the trick is that I don't :) Every night or early in the morning I sift through my hundreds of RSS feeds, sort through several topic streams in Twitter using TweetGrid, and compile a list of resources I find most helpful. I then schedule out these tweets using Tweetlicious.

If you are interested in following me, but are leary because of the volume of my tweets, then you may want to consider one of the following options.

  • Search for my technical tweets on Twitter anytime you want
  • Add an RSS feed via Twitter to my technical tweets
  • Or check out my delicious account where I automatically post my tech tweets

Connect with Me

Thanks for visiting my about page. If you’ve not already don’t forget to follow me on Twitter so we can interact there.