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  • Antimail

    Bloggers, and the maximum coolness threshold

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    Statistics are fun to watch, as long as you don't take them seriously. For example, while reading some blogs, I was just realized something funny about blogging quality: a blogger can only blog a fixed quantity of interesting things in a given period...
  • 철수네 소프트웨어 세상 [마이크로소프트 지점]

    Well known problem of podcasting is...

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    that sound can't be indexed into text and searching is impossible without a transcript or something. So you have to carefully choose the keywords around to link to the podcast audio file. Now since podcasting is somewhat not just a techy thing but...
  • One Billion Users: Emerging Trends in Emerging Markets

    The Social Addiction of Chinese Online Games

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    A misconception that people have about those millions of people addicted to playing Massively Multiplayer Online Role playing Games is that they are loners and somewhat misanthropic. On the contrary, its the need to interact with other people and to be...
  • edjez's WebLog

    Off to Foo Camp...will the tent be permeable to 2.4 ghz?

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    It's been described as a face-to-face wiki... http://wiki.oreillynet.com/foocamp05/ I grabbed one of the team Alienware laptops but I'm thinking about leaving it - it seems just too heavy to be practical at a campground. And I didn't secure a tablet...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Atom 1.0 specs published

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    (I could have sworn I did this earlier today! ;-). A new feed spec is announced, this time by Tim Bray: Atom 1.0: "It’s cooked and ready to serve. It doesn’t have an RFC number yet, but this is officially Atom 1.0 ( HTML here ). Here...
  • Solutions Monkey

    Manufacturing Operations Partner Summit

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    Today I met a partner who recently implemented commerce server integration with Axapta in one of the high profile retail account in North America. It was immensely educational to listen to the various folks involved in this whole solution. There is a...
  • Eric Jarvi

    screen video captures with windows media encoder

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    More testing advice. Sometimes you hit a bug you know is going to be hard for the dev to repro, and more to the point, you know ahead of time that when you do find a bug it is going to be terribly difficult to repro it. If you value your relationship...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Did you know… How the Configuration Manager works - Part 2

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    Now that you know the different between solution and project configurations, let’s move on to the solution and project platforms.  Once again a solution platform is just the collection of all its projects’ platforms.  If you want all of your...
  • Miguel Campos Blog

    Resources for the financial industry

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    Here are two resources that may interest people using MS technologies in the financial industry: experiencie Financial Services http://www.financialdevelopers.com/ .NET Unwrapped (webcasts) http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/msdndotnetunwrapped...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    How to succeed at Microsoft

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    Frank forwarded this article that Josh Ledgard blogged which is a great bunch of tips from his five (now plus) years of service at Microsoft. Great tips!
  • David Wang

    HOWTO: Use ISAPI GetServerVariable

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    Ah, yes... GetServerVariable is one of the most frequently used function call of ISAPI Extension and ISAPI Filter APIs, but unfortunately, it is also one of the most incorrectly used. Very few people heed the documentation to check the return value...
  • Slava Oks's WebLog

    Configuring SQL Server 2005 for Soft NUMA

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    Sometimes I am surprised how issues come up the moment you mention them J . Recently, I have discussed Soft NUMA configurations in the article http://blogs.msdn.com/slavao/articles/441058.aspx . This week one of our customers had an interesting problem...
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