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October, 2009

 individual commitment to a team effort
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    Nothing comes for free?

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    There is something skill or magic about picking up a topic such as " Does IT matter " or penning a blog about " Everything for nothing ". The latter thanks to James Gardner, is typically thought provoking style as he writes "the next decade or so, I can...
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    Microsoft Helps – The Official Twitter account for Microsoft Customer Service

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    Just launched http://twitter.com/MicrosoftHelps It’s the official Twitter account for Microsoft Customer Service. 
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    Google: What if you don’t know any better?

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    Doing my regular rounds of tech news I came across this article which is a surprisingly candid review on a press conference with Google cofounder Eric Schmidt. Schmidt rejected the idea that customers are locked in . “There is no closed loop,” he said...
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    Links to “what to know” about Sharepoint 2010

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    The public beta will be available on November 2009. Register at following location to access the software: http://sharepoint2010.microsoft.com/try-it/Pages/Trial.aspx Watch the SharePoint Conference 2009 keynote video http://www.mssharepointconference...
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    HP Envy

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    As many of my colleagues rib me about, I do like the Apple Hardware. Today we at Microsoft in Sydney had a bit of a look at many OEM Windows 7 devices pre-launch. The first I came to was the HP Envy, notable not only for its strikingly Mac like features...
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    HopeMongers

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    Over the last ten months, a volunteer team of 7 Microsoft MVPs, 30 community developers, 5 solution/ISV/hosting partners, and 4 non-governmental organizations have spent evenings and weekends working on a very unique philanthropic software business called...
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    Infoglut - I'm making an email resolution

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    IEEE Spectrum magazine's article on infoglut has provided me some inspiration to: Reapply PIFEM Reduce the number of emails I send (I am part of the problem) Reduce my number of words in email (I can be more structured and more succinct) Refuse to reply...
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