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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Aussie .NET Blogger List Maintenance Day

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    I've just looked and noticed it's been months since I have updated the Aussie .NET Blogger list . I have a few changes to the list, and I have been slack in making the changes. Let us welcome John Magner , Damien Edwards (who is going to Tech.Ed...
  • Buck Hodges

    Jeff Beehler's blogging

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    Tonight I stumbled across Jeff Beehler's new blog . So far he's written about our effort to upgrade our dogfood system to new code (we've been using a system based on the beta 2 release), which we'll release as a mid-July CTP.
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Did you know… How to select / reorder Help Search Providers

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    In Visual Studio 2005 Help Search page, you’ll see a list of search provides listed on the right-hand side.  You can adjust this list by going to Tools – Options – Help – Online.  You can choose who they are ordered, which Codezone Communities...
  • One Louder

    Forty two dog years accounted for

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    People make a big deal about work anniversaries here. I think it's partly because time passes so quickly and slowly. I still feel new and I feel like I have been here through so much; gotten so much done, changed a lot...changed my hair color. Six...
  • DanPark's WebLog

    Ultimate security fix

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    Someone might blame me as naive on this issue. But now the security is way more complicated and the problem is the more it gets complicated the harder to tight all holes. Kind of paradox. Conventional security solution requires users to understand...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    How many MVPS does it take to change a lightbulb?

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    If the lightbulb is at Readify , then it would take seven! That's right, Readify has 7 MVPs working there. That's gotta be some kind of record or something. Earlier this month, I posted about Paul Glavich joining Readify . It was confirmed by a number...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Video Podcast <g> - Gnomedex 2005

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    So, Pete Grondal (remember Pete’s awesome video from TechEd 2005 ?) took his trusty video camera to Gnomedex 2005 , and captured about 20 videos, including interviews with Adam Curry, and Dave Winer – very cool. Here’s the list of Video Podcasts on...
  • MSN Shopping Insider

    Comments are working

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    We need to apologize to you. We are new to blogging and are bound to make a few mistakes. One of our first mistakes with this blog was that anonomous comments were moderated. Cheryle Pingel of Range was kind enough to point out how comments were not getting...
  • To the tune of James

    Drinking the Kool-Aid

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    I was a little surprised at recent headlines of Ballmer's visit to Australia when they reported a "stand-still" in .NET development. I haven't yet found an article giving me more context around the reponse, help me out if you have. I'm left wondering...
  • To the tune of James

    Day 1 of VS2005/SQL 2005 Deep Dive in Las Vegas

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    We're coming to the close of the first day of the Developer Deep Dive in Las Vegas. Shaun MacAravey has done a great job giving the crowd a compelling overview of the developer enhancements in SQL Server 2005. We ran into a few snags like a cold room...
  • PeteL's Blog

    To strong or to b

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    About a year ago, I filed a bug; when you highlighted text, and then clicked the BOLD tool bar button, it set the text to <strong> not bold. But the bold button is supposed to make things bold, not strong isn't it? In most browsers, the rendering...
  • IEBlog

    A Little More on RSS

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    I just wanted to post a quick follow up to Dean’s post about RSS in Longhorn. My name is Sean Lyndersay, and I’m a senior program manager on the RSS team. After Dean’s announcement, we turned on our RSS Team Blog , and kicked things off with a post...
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