We're looking for a way to enable users to send us a file using one of our web pages. Cannot use MailAttachment because page doesn't have rights to write files to a directory (we can't change that) so are trying a Google Data API to upload to our Google Docs account from within an .asp or .aspx page. We also can't put files in the actual /bin folder, so we put the three needed assemblies (Google.GData.Documents.dll, Google.GData.Client.dll, and Google.GData.Extensions.dll) in a folder we can access. So far, so good--but now we can't figure out how to properly load these assemblies. …

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I was reading the [URL="http://google-code-updates.blogspot.com"]Google Code Blog [/URL]and noticed that Google software engineer Matthias Zenger happened to announce the availability of the updated Google Base Data API last week. This lets you develop applications that can dynamically interact with Google Base, obviously. Perhaps a little less obviously it also allows you to query other users' published content, making domain-specific search mashups a possibility. The API is ReST-full and based on the GData protocol, which combines XML-based syndication formats with feed-publishing, using a mix of Atom and RSS. What excites me even more, although I admit to being fairly easily pleased, …

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More bad news from the Las Vegas Black Hat Convention, this time for the blogging community. Most RSS reader software is vulnerable to malicious JavaScript insertion attacks, and web based readers are not immune either. With typical JavaScript based attacks targeting passwords and personal data, it is something that should be taken seriously, Yet when I did a quick pop quiz amongst family and friends, not a single one (those in the IT security business apart) was aware that such software was a potential risk. The fact that this kind of attack can be easily launched from even a trusted …

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Computer programmers from around the world will soon flock to Mountain View, California, to participate in Code Jam, a competition run by search giant [url=http://www.google.com]Google Inc[/url]. Registration for Code Jam 2005 officially opened today. No limits on registration have been set, but only 500 contestants will move past the qualification round to be held on August 22. The stakes are high for participants this year, with the top 100 performers competing for $155,000 in cash prizes. “The Google Code Jam celebrates some of the best work in problem solving from the fastest and most talented computer scientists in the world,

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