March, 2010

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About Radius of Rainbow

The postings on this blog are provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confer no rights. These are my individual personal points-of-view and the posts and comments by the participants in no way represent the official point-of-view of Microsoft or any other organization.
Ok. So now that we've got this standard disclaimer out of the way, let's talk. I'm a curious geek who loves music, software and outdoors. So obviously I enjoy Seattle and working at Microsoft. Over the last few years I have worked on WinFS and Sql Server. Currently I own some cool new features in Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server.
Though this blog is hosted on MSDN and I'm a techie to the core, I don't intend to write a whole lot about my day job here. Rather this would be a place for me to get away from the zeros and ones and look at them from some distance.

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    The iPad Shovel

    Just read that the WSJ is going to cost $4.15 per week on iPad . That is ridiculous given that the same content is available on the web and on Apple’s own iPhone for just $1.99 (and for free within many corporations including Microsoft :)). I think all...
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    Kudos IE!

    Kudos to the Internet Explorer team, but not just because they delivered an early preview of the latest and greatest browser . Sure the HTML5 support, the new parallel processing script engine and improved standards support are all great. But what I think...
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