Seriously, try it and find out that you moved to Wrongville, Wrongzona. What you see in the preview isn't what you see when it's actually posted. Obviously I won't make you come back here and say how right I am. We'll just take it as read that I'm right and you're wrong.
*pre-emptive celebratory nipple tassle jiggle* - Sean Ewington
I think the CodeProject could use a section for Small Basic.
But why would they do that?
1.) It's a new way to begin using VB/.NET
2.) It's a tool that can be extended, and customized for a better leaning environment.
That's sort of the issue I faced here when I joined. I had no idea what COM was or what a lot of the common acronyms were, where to begin. It all looked to be well over my head (back then). I think by adding an SB section they would only be helping the community. And if it turns out it doesn't get much attention (as even I predict that it won't for a while) it'll be just one more thing CodeProject can brag about.
I've seen this occasionally, and it tends to be associated with heavy load on the servers. If the query times out trying to read the date/time of your last visit, it seems to store a default date in your session, and all the messages show as "new" until your session times out.
"These people looked deep within my soul and assigned me a number based on the order in which I joined." - Homer