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  • Artificial Ignorance - the Anand Iyer chronicles

    ground control to major AI: wake up!

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    I was off to catch my flight, to somewhere, again. I'd already checked in online, I'm guessing, so I walked straight on through to security. I was waiting in the squiggly weaving line as the 481st person (I counted, because I was bored and what do you...
  • Ben Riga's Deep Shift

    eBay, Amazon MIX it up

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    MIX.06 will be the place to rub shoulders with some of the most influential folks on the web. We’ve gone all out to ensure that this conversation is not one where we’re doing all the talking. As Ray mentioned earlier , industry luminaries will keep the...
  • Jay's blog on text-to-speech (Now Defunct)

    Another blogger on TTS

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    Check out Blake's blog here and you can see some of the enthusiasm around text to speech. Blake's site, The Road to Know Where, is loaded with all sorts of tips for Windows users. I'll know where to send my mom the next time she is looking for helpful...
  • Rob Caron

    Palo Alto - Installing Team Foundation Server

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    If you're in Silicon Valley this week, this looks like an interesting presentation on Wednesday evening at the SDForum Windows SIG monthly meeting: Wednesday, February 01 2006 , 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM Cubberly Community Center - Palo Alto Microsoft®...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Am I an Itanium fan?

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    Looking back at my previous postings, first thing comes to my mind is: This guys hasn't posted in a while. Second: He's an Itanium fan. Yes, haven't done much blogging. Even though much has happened in 64-bit land over the last almost 8 weeks. Unfortunately...
  • TipTalk: from Microsoft At Home & At Work

    3 favorite tips for Favorites

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    Do you take advantage of the Favorites menu in Internet Explorer to save links to the Web sites you want to find again? Also known as "bookmarks," your favorite links can be really handy, as long as you don't end up with a list that's as messy as mine...
  • Mike Poulson's Thoughts on lots of stuff

    Adding a system path to a Windows Mobile 5 Smart phone

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    You can add paths to HKLM\Loader\SystemPath as a Multi_value String. For example \Storage Card\System
  • Software & Services - Bret Grinslade

    WinFX top level dev center

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    It is exciting to finally see WinFX as top level part of the dev centers. http://msdn.microsoft.com/winfx/ One question I have for developers, how do you anticipate distributing WinFX Runtime Components with your applications? There are several...
  • PeteL's Blog

    Free Stuff Bounty Over - But Is It?

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    Last week I posted a bounty on a bug , and I'm happy to report that I've got repro steps! But I don't have the common user scenario yet, so I'm leaving the bounty open. So, the bounty is still open, if you can get me repro steps to get the bug to happen...
  • 16.7ms in the life

    Fix coming for ATSC minor channels guide bug

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    If you use ATSC with Media Center, and have mapped minor channels to listings, you probably noticed that the listings from the .1 channel are duplicated across the other minor channels (if the callsigns are similar enough). This results in a display like...
  • The Web and Microsoft

    Even more cool applications for Web Hosters

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    They keep coming... .Net based Customer Relationsip Manager: http://sourceforge.net/projects/bluewhalecrm/ DotNetNuke Content Builder: http://sourceforge.net/projects/dnncb/ IIS Web Based Management Tool (Really cool!!!): http://sourceforge.net/projects...
  • Monad

    Minding Path Inputs in a Cmdlet

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    When I was a Monad neophyte, I was asked to write a Cmdlet taking a file path as a parameter. A big mistake I made was not keeping in mind that in Monad the FileSystem provider was just one of the many providers. (This makes Monad different from many...
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