One reason to choose IE8

Written by Ingmar Verheij on December 30th, 2009. Posted in Internet Explorer

I’ve found at least one good reason to choose Internet Explorer 8 as your favorite browser:
Internet Explorer 8

Does this prove there is such thing as bad publicity?

Ingmar Verheij

Walk-in fridge

Written by Ingmar Verheij on December 30th, 2009. Posted in No category

After seeing the brilliant commercial from Heineken (you know, the one about the “walk in fridge”) I decided to rebuilt my house. I mean, why are there so many houses walk-in closet and almost none with a walk-in fridge? Although my girlfriend first didn’t agree, I finally pursuided here (I bought here a Mini) and ordered my very own walk-in fridge!

Unfortunately the store couldn’t transport it to my house so I picked it up with some of my friends:

After placing (and filling) the fridge I can tell you, wow! It’s absolutely fan-tas-tic! There’s always a cold brewski for my buddy’s 🙂

Ingmar Verheij


Written by Ingmar Verheij on December 24th, 2009. Posted in No category

Google Streetview vond ik altijd al cool, maar nu is het gewoon vet.

Nadat Jeroen zijn auto al was gespot op de Europalaan in Utrecht is ook mijn auto gespot. Door een klant werd ik erop geattendeerd dat mijn bolide deze zomer op hun parkeerplaats is gefotografeerd:

Ingmar Verheij


Written by Ingmar Verheij on November 13th, 2009. Posted in No category

“PepperByte hoeft nooit lang na te denken
om een goede oplossing voor uw IT te bedenken.
VDI, virtualisatie, server management of SBC
de PepperCrew members weten er wel raad mee.
Door kennis en ervaring hebben uw projecten een beter resultaat
dat is het resultaat als u mensen van PepperByte binnenhaalt.
Voor zowel advies, ontwerp als realisatie
komt u bij ons terecht. Want wij zijn PepperByte, de ‘Spice in IT’.”

Ingmar Verheij

Encrypted pages (HTTPS / SSL) are unable to export to local applications

Written by Ingmar Verheij on November 4th, 2009. Posted in Internet Explorer

Internet based applications can be used to export content to a local application. Usually this is done by exporting the content to a format which is commonly used, like .PDF (Adobe Reader), .XLS (Microsoft Excel) or .DOC (Microsoft Word).

When the data is exported the user is confronted with a dialog which allows the user to open or save the document. In this dialog the content type is already shown (because of the file type association), an indication most of the tasks are processed in a correct order. The dialog could look like this (in dutch):
Right result