Will "the Mighty" Strohl

Will Strohl's Blog


My name is Will Strohl. I'm a former employee of DNN Corp., a leader, personal branding expert, technologist, gamer, and more...

Some Green Observations

These are just some observations on green things that I have made recently...

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

If you're interested, I have a few speaking engagements coming up. All of them center around DotNetNuke®.

HOW TO: Use Localhost With an Actual Domain Name

Sometimes when you are programming or debugging a site, or even when you are using certain 2rd party controls, you cannot effectively do so unless viewing the site using an actual URL. "Localhost" might be causing grief in any number of ways. Here is how to mask or fake a domain name...

Photograph : Be All You Can Be

Sometimes, it is a relief to take pictures of still life. Sometimes though, still life is not life at all.

Woo hoo! Another milestone!

Not that anyone but me cares, I just reached 1000 posts on the DNN forums today!

Rudy! Ruuuuuudy! Ruuuuuudy! Rudy!

Sorry to get political (kind of), but this funny little tid-bit just popped into my head.

DNN: What do you do with an RSVP Code?

Some DotNetNuke administrators give out RSVP Codes to people to allow them to voluntarily gain access to features or sections on their web site that is normally hidden. Here is what you do with it...

Photograph: A Rich Guy and President Bill Clinton

I had the lucky opportunity last year to meet Bill Clinton and George H. Bush last year. Here is one of the pictures I got of President Clinton.

First Orlando DotNetNuke® User Group Meeting

Yesterday marked the first meeting of DNN'ers in the Orlando area. It was a lot of fun meeting and discussing DotNetNuke® (DNN) with other people.

HOW TO: Compare Values in NTEXT Field

If you have ever spent any amount of time writing T-SQL, you have likely at some point come across the need to write a query that needs to check or compare the value in an NTEXT field. Prior to SQL Server 2005, that wasn't possible. Here is how to do it now...