Brian Goldfarb's Blog

Drinking from the firehose

August, 2003

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    PDC Bloggers open for business

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      Drew and Kevin have really created something special with the "event" bloggers phenomenon -- it all started at TechEd Dallas and has grown ever since.  With PDC and all the new technology that we are announcing I predict this will...
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    MSFT Email Culture

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    I'm taking an all day training class today on how to manage my inbox.  This might have been useful 5 months ago.. we will see.  I do think it is a good concept to teach MS employees how to handle the amount of email they get.  It is a...
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    Google me

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    After reading Luke Hutteman's  recent entry about being "#1" on google search for the name "luke", my megalomania kicked in just a bit and I wondered, hmm.. Brian is a very common name, I wonder what my rank on google is. With a little effort...
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    New *COOL* content

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    They put up a few really great articles on MSDN today!  My personal favorite is one on how to use ASP.NET to write an RSS aggregator -- now you don't have to be bound to your client app, let your subscriptions roam with you on a server. Also...
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    Going to the PDC?

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    If you are, you can show the world!  Check it out: Can't wait to unleash all the cool Whidbey stuff.  Definitely the place to be to learn about the future of our Dev Tools and Longhorn of course.
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    Cell phones

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    Looks like Cell Phones Service is getting /. pretty hardcore right now ( http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=03/08/04/1122252 ) ... interesting read -- Trying to determine the best service in an area is hard, and I think varies by phone and expecations...
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    Integrating community -- I want your help

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    I've spent the last week trying to define our community marketing requirements for the next version of visual studio.   Thinking with my customer hat; what would I want to see in the product?   What community features really work?  ...
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