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  • Gamerscore Blog

    IBM Paper: Xbox 360 CPU Design

    TeamXbox's Cesar Berardini writes about a new paper published by IBM, about the Xbox 360 CPU design: Application-customized CPU design . "IBM has made public a Fall Processor Forum 2005 paper that explores the customized IBM PowerPC processor...
  • Gamerscore Blog

    Peter Moore Interview on G4TV

    In an interview from G4TV , Peter addresses some questions about Xbox 360 availability, the SKU mix, supply and demand, and lots of good information about Xbox Live and Xbox Live Arcade. Worth checking out. "Yes, (replenishment) is happening. We...
  • Gamerscore Blog

    It's Good to Play Together (...or Jump In)

    Alan Moore writes about how community is changing gaming, citing Aleks Krotoski's article in the Guardian's, "With the public in charge, reality rules" : A few months ago, I was dumbstruck when a deity in the UK games business suggested that the...
  • Gamerscore Blog

    New Microsoft CEO Named (for one day): Kiyaan Vazirzadeh

    While we were all down at Zero Hour, our hallway was still abuzz with final preparations for the launch. One thing that you'll hear about tomorrow was that the film crew of "Three Wishes" was here, with 10 year old Kiyaan Vazirzadeh. From Presspass :...
  • Keith Richie

    SPUserUtil and SPSiteManager download location

    More than a few folks have pinged me with the following quesitons, so I thought I'd repost on the subject to help clarify a few of these. Question: Where exactly do I download SPUserUtil and SPSiteManager Answer: These tools became part of...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Foldershare - this is cool

    I've been using Foldershare for a few days just to sync a few files between work and home and my initial impression is that it's really cool! I set up a single directory on my computers to sync, put some files into them and watched as they were syncronized...
  • Eric Jarvi

    VSTS Tip: Collecting ETW event information with the profiler

    I just took over the profiler feature area that covers ETW events, and getting myself up to speed. If you're using the profiler to collect ETW event information, here's an unofficial reference chart on what is supported by OS version: OS...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    WPF 3D LookDirection

    If you are doing 3D in Avalon, you must read Ernie's post on the change in the November CTP to LookDirection. This was glossed over in the breaking changes document I posted. Ernie does a great job of explaining what is happening under the covers. It...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Voting has opened!!! - Ack, actually, it's closed

    Update: Grr ... Ok, looks like voting has temporarily closed , and they are trying to make this contest a little more organized (which is a good thing). However, it means that when voting does open again next week, you'll probably have to resubmit your...
  • Rob Caron

    Soma on Self-Hosting Team System

    Soma has a post today on our self-hosting of Team System, which we often refer to as " dogfooding ". The team that is building the lifecycle tools is about 300+ strong and is spread across 3 different locations geographically. This team has now been...
  • Bit-cycling

    Why can't consumer electronics companies learn how to name their products?

    I just played with the Phillips HDD6630 that a co-worker got recently. Damn, that thing is cool. I want one. Well, I'm going to wait. I've been burned many many times by MP3 players. I'm currently on my fourth, having gone through the Rio S30 (died...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Use devenv /edit to open any file in an existing Visual Studio instance (VSEdit functionality)

    For those of you who used the VSEdit Powertoy for VS 2003, you’ll be happy to know that you can have similar behavior in VS 2005! Just run “devenv.exe /edit <filename>” from the command line to open any file in an existing instance of Visual Studio...
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