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I rarely have anything serious to show, but if I do I will show it here.

The Cornball
The Cornball is a solitaire game I developed in C and the Win32 API many years ago. Later I rewrote it to a .NET Windows application, but after some nagging it is now ported to a Silverlight project currently hosted on Windows Azure.

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