Mike Lin

Sunday 23 May 2004

Mike Lin writes those nifty little Windows utilities that do tricky things to the explorer, the system tray, and so on. His Taskbar Commander, for example, lets you re-arrange the task bar buttons for your running programs.

I especially liked the miscellaneous section of his FAQ:

Q: Your source code could be a critical tool for saving starving children in third-world nations. Can I see your source code?

A: No.

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andrew 9:53 AM on 24 May 2004

Well, OK. My system is now "Linn-ized" and when the guy in the office next to mine saw the "right-click to the clipboard" he too is Linn-ized. It's a movement!

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