Kenny Evitt
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C# library for parsing HTML?
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Html Agility Pack I've used Html Agility Pack and, although its home page only explicitly mentions version 2.0, it works great with version 4.0 of the .NET framework. I suspect it works fine with ...

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Is there a "formula" app for iOS?
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An iOS app I like a lot that can do this is Lisping (iTunes and author site page). You can define an "arbitrary formula" as Scheme code, e.g. a function, and then call that code with your inputs and ...

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Tools for maintaining and deploying database schemas and data for SQL Server?
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DB Ghost Overview The DB Ghost products satisfy the requirements. The Change Manager product can generate scripts (DROP and CREATE scripts, which can be run 'manually') for all of the schema ...

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*Checklist* app for iPhone (pre-flight checklist, surgical safety checklist, etc)
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Trello Trello can do this. Here's some simple steps to do what I outlined in my question: Setup a New Checklist Template Create a new 'board' named, say, "Surgeries". Add a 'list' to your ...

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Software to index filenames on removable media, helpful to find right media later
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I have not used it personally, but you may find Cathy satisfactory. It was referenced in the forum post to which I linked in my other answer to this question; the post covering someone modifying ...

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Is there a "formula" app for iOS?
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Depending on how 'arbitrary' your "arbitrary formula" actually is, you may be just fine with Tydlig (iTunes and author site). It's a really nice touch-focused "calculator reimagined". I'd imagine that ...

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Indexing documents in a network folder
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DocFetcher will do what you specified. There are native Windows and Mac OS versions, as well as a portable version that should work on any platform for which Java is available. On Windows, you can ...

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*Checklist* app for iPhone (pre-flight checklist, surgical safety checklist, etc)
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GitLab GitLab is, among other things, a source control (Git) host (for software code) and an issue tracker. Issues are pretty useful for keeping track of small-ish 'projects' (i.e. collection of ...

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*Checklist* app for iPhone (pre-flight checklist, surgical safety checklist, etc)
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Habitica Habitica is a nice task app and you can add a checklist to some tasks. Habitica has three types of 'tasks': habits, dailies, and to-do-s. For a checklist that you'd like to use repeatedly, ...

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Software to index filenames on removable media, helpful to find right media later
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DocFetcher can do this but it may not quite meet your needs. Personally, I'm keeping two instances of its "portable" version (i.e. a version that runs purely from files in a directory and doesn't ...

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Indexing documents in a network folder
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You can still use Google Desktop to do this; you can download it here from Softonic. Just add the network drive in the list of Search Locations under the Desktop Search options. You can also find ...

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