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  • Blog Post: Attagirl!

    100 or so of us saw Bettie Serveert play the Crocodile in support of their new album "Attagirl" Tuesday night. Wow. These guys have always been great, and they keep getting better with every album and tour. They brought along their sampler/keyboard guy Martijn along this time and this really brought...
  • Blog Post: The Really Important November Release

    Have you ever felt like you were seriously out of touch? Like what was important to you wasn't important to those around you and vice versa? Like a walking anachronism? Well I have. While everyone around me seems to have caught Halo Fever I've been quietly enjoying what is, to me, a far more significant...
  • Blog Post: Surprise, surprise ... I'm using Broadband Internet access right from the plane, heading to Tokyo.

    After the recommendation of our travel agent (thanks Isabelle), I decided to fly Lufthansa to go to Tokyo. While waiting at the gate, someone came to me. He probably saw my red shirt with "Microsoft TechEd 03 Speaker" written on it. He nicely gave me a coupon for a $10 rebate for the Internet Broadband...
  • Blog Post: An Ode to the Spell Checker

    Eye have a grate come pewter, the lay test gnu pea sea; it will a cyst me two low Kate Miss steaks eye can knot sea. This peace eye rote is rite, eye no; my trustee check err tolled me sew! Author: Lenny Pitt (?) http://www.cs.uiuc.edu/directory/directory.php?name=pitt
  • Blog Post: MSDN Information Architecture

    Please welcome Paula Land to the land-o-blogs! Paula is MSDN's Information Architect, and is going to be posing you some interesting questions, including what you think of the sneak preview of the new MSDN Library Table of Contents. You'll have to go to her blog find the sneak preview ;-)
  • Blog Post: Meet Peter Stern, designer extraordinaire at MSDN

    Peter Stern is a designer at MSDN. Aside from being a great User Interface and User Experience designer, I love talking to Peter... his interests are many (surfing is my most recent PS discovery) and varied, and he's always giving me ideas. Just talking to him about art (the very wide definition of art...
  • Blog Post: About FREE software ...

    An excerpt from the download page of MandrakeLinux: " Since Mandrakelinux is an Open Source product, it needs your financial contribution . Developing a Linux distribution is very costly , so it's up to the community of users to ensure its health. " They even add: " Before downloading our products...
  • Blog Post: Going to Atlanta

    Soon I'll be on my way to Atlanta to the yearly microsoft conference AKA MGB (this is the one where ballmer sang 'developers developers developers..... ' 35 times). My first time, almost all the new microsofties will be there. So if you want to hang out (I have almost all the 13th free) contact me thru...
  • Blog Post: Treo 600 Stops Vibrating - Can this FAQ answer be for real?

    While cruising the new FAQ at TreoCentral, I noticed a seemingly bizarre answer to the question “ My Treo 600's vibrate feature stopped working! Is there anything I can do? “ Apparently (and I haven't verified this, as my vibrate feature is working just fine, thank you very much) you have...
  • Blog Post: Check out MSDN!

    ~Whew~ that was fun! Everyone at MSDN has been working like crazy, and last night, concurrent with the announcement of VS2005 Express Beta in Amsterdam, we launched the Product Feedback Center , the new personalized Visual Studio Developer Center , online and CodeWise search integration into Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: Just installed Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1

    At last, some timings: 9:12 start 9:18 - end of .net framework install - Reboot 9:22 - Back from reboot (4 min for xp sp2 rc2 - too much) 9:58 - end of vs install -0 Reboot 10:01 - back from reboot (still almost 4 min) 10:03 - everything is finished VSTO is working like a charm - try opening a...
  • Blog Post: Joking on linux

    HERE - a funny flash on linux running on everything...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Cafeteria Trivia

    If you get to work early (before 8, generally) the cafeterias (at least 4 and 36) have GREAT fresh fruit -- yummy ripe strawberries and blueberries, and fresh cut/sectioned pink grapefruit and pineapple. If you get to work later, your choice is limited to the usual assortment of melon and canned mandarin...
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