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  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    City Planning for Pedestrian Safety

    [ MSNBC ] "As the two boys attempted to cross 15th Avenue [in Seattle], Messenger was hit in the head by the side mirror of a passing car [and went into a coma]. Just weeks before, Seattle officials had removed the crosswalk sign that had hung over 15th...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    ... but who will manage the Managers?

    I know my blog is in serious danger of turning into a recruiting site or even (heaven forbid) a recruiters' blog , but I have another job offer for you. Our Site Management team (the good folk who keep MSDN and TechNet running tickety-boo to the tune...
  • shawn's blog

    Pocket Phojo 3.0 Launches at Focus on Imaging - PhotographyBLOG

    This is like a pocket blog app on steroids. Pocket Phojo 3.0 Launches at Focus on Imaging - PhotographyBLOG
  • doncampbell's weblog

    OneNote Tips & Tricks

    I've been using OneNote for over a year and it is one of my favorite applications. It easily saves me 2-3 hours a week. Recently I came across this OneNote Tips & Tricks video and I can't believe all the new tips I learned! If you're a OneNote user...
  • Ryan's Look at Outlook Programmability

    The obligatory hello world post

    I've probably spent entirelly too many bits welcoming myself to the MSDN blogging community. However I hope to earn back these all these bits by providing the developer community with information about using the Outlook platform effectively and when the right time comes providing information about the new object model features in the next release....
  • Aali's blog

    Brian Goldfarb was here!

    Brian gave excellent presentations here in Helsinki yesterday and we had a full house at a local movie theater (as those of you who were present know painfully well ;) ! You can find Brian's slides and demos through his blog here . Later in the evening...
  • Steve Rowe's Blog

    Quality Assurance != Testing

    Stuart Feldman of IBM research has some thoughts on the issue of testing and quality assurance. He contends that QA is a process whereas testing tends to be technology-based and an afterthought. He describes the difference here: "What goes into QA? Testing...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    Dublin City University students on the War Driving path this Saturday

    From Silicon Republic : "War driving — the refined art of finding and using unsecured private wireless local area networks (WLANs) – will be rife across Dublin City this weekend as part of a high-tech treasure hunt competition. "Entitled WaveHunt , the...
  • Toffer's WebLog

    back from vacation...

    Well, it wasn't much of a vacation really. It was my Grandfather's funeral...and my family was pretty typical. Long story short, I'm glad to be back to work. RIP Grandpa. Anyway...I started working on yet another project for code...this one is just something...
  • JRoxe's WebLog

    Partially-trusted applications?

    We're running a survey (only takes about 3 minutes) to get some feedback on partially-trusted applications. How many of you are building them? What do you think? Here's your chance to let us know:
  • David Hill's WebLog

    Choosing the Right Presentation Layer Architecture

    I wrote an article recently for the Microsoft Architects Journal on choosing the right presentation layer architecture. The two basic choices are smart client and thin client. There are many variations in between, of course, such as using Terminal Services...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    MEDC - Reasons to go...

    The Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference 2005 is coming to Las Vegas in May (9-12, Mandalay Bay Hotel) - why should you go ? Here's just some of the reasons... Hear from Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates about long-term Microsoft...
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