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  • The Little Wheel Goes in Back

    A Weary Traveler

    Well, I'm now ensconced in the Las Vegas Hilton . So far my big accomplishment (besides recovering from the shock of paying $11/day for Internet access) has been to get an autographed picture of Suzie Plakson who was making a guest appearence dowstairs...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    What will 2006 bring for Windows Mobile?

    So what will 2006 bring for Windows Mobile? Mobile Email Well firstly there will be a huge number of Push Email enabled devices! With AKU 2.0 now in the hands of the OEMs and the first device now in Market from Gigabyte (
  • East Region Microsoft CRM Blog

    Life on the Wild Side.... Unsupported Customizations

    Ran across a great blog. I only have one MAJOR beef. Almost everything I have read on the thing is WAY unsupported. I personally have never done any unsupported customizations for clients, but have seen them done. :-) (For those of you who know me, know...
  • Rob Caron

    Top 10 Posts for 2005

    For the curious (me), these are the ten most popular posts on this blog in 2005, which I determiend using an arbitrary system based on Web hits, aggregator hits, and comments. Also, I didn't count the "New Team System Stuff" posts I used to do. ...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Long Tails and Zipfian distribution

    Chris Anderson has posted on the relation between the Long Tail and the Zipfian distribution . It reminded me of a comment Jakob Nielsen wrote in response to my Long Tail post ( 'How RSS thickened my Long Tail' ). Jakob wrote: "It's quite...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    How Infocard prevents phishing, in practice

    I recently had a hot debate about how Infocard prevents phising; now everytime I see the "What's in your wallet?" commercial the arguments come back in mind, so I guess the only way to break free from them is going again through it. So here it's how it...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    E-TEN M600

    This device seems to have slipped under the radar for many people. It's a Windows Mobile 5.0 device that has a 400 MHZ Processor, WLAN, BT, SDIO, a 2.8" 65k TFT Screen, 1.3Megapixel camera and is Quadband. The E-Ten site gives more details but...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Who would you have for dinner?

    Erid Dolecki asks : "If you could choose two people to have dinner with, each on their own on different evenings, who would they be and what would you have for dinner?" What a great question. Now, before I answer, I want to make clear that I...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Imate SP5 vs SP5m - independent blog review

    The team over at swapped devices and compared the Imate SP5 vs the SP5m - check out which they think is best.....
  • Gianpaolo's blog

    mini thinkweek

    I spent a big chunk of my week off doing my own “mini thinkweek lite”. (No I am not trying to emulate mighty Bill). I have to say: I LOVED it! The #1 thing I learned? There are soooo many extremely interesting technology areas that I don’t spend...
  • All things tech

    You better recognize... Chuck Norris

    This is awesome and hilarious. Link off my personal blog here:
  • Direct Reports

    Give Blood (Report Expressions in Report Builder)

    It's not obvious, but SQL Server 2005 Report Builder allows you to use expressions in textboxes on the report surface. You don't get an expression editor, but if you begin a textbox value with '=', it will be evaluated at report processing time. For example...
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