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  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    Microsoft Research Tour

    Via Channel9 , a nice tour of Microsoft Research's Bay Area facility.
  • A CRM Riff

    Spamming the Bloggers

    I knew there was some spam problems associated with being a blogger, but I had no idea how bad it was until I started this blog. I get 30 to 50 comment SPAMs a day now. I have only been blogging for a couple of weeks. I reported the IP address to my host...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    Blogs & Wikis- Content Management Solutions

    I ran across this article form CMSWire that focuses on blogs and wikis as enterprise applications. Blogs and wikis are seen as unique types of content management solutions, but I think that if you looked at the feature set of any mature content management...
  • Evil Genius in Training

    Stats in .Text

    Wouldn't it be great if the Stats page in .Text aggregated referers by domain? It just seems to make sense rather than looking at hundreds of search engine URLs.
  • Beat Schwegler's 2 Cents

    What's more important: service & ambience or food?

    While I was sitting in a lovely restaurant in Spain I was thinking about the most important thing that makes eating in a restaurant a great experience. Is it really the food? I ate in a restaurant last Monday that hadn’t served great food. But I felt...
  • Evil Genius in Training

    Smartphone Envy!

    I use the Samsung i600 Smartphone on Verizon. This phone is nice, but is getting a little outdated given the current offerings on the market, until now! I just saw the new Samsung SGH-i300 and it looks AWESOME!
  • Live Search

    More Than Human

    We want to take a moment and congratulate a teammate of ours. This past Tuesday, Ramez Naam, the GPM of our algorithmic results, officially became a published author (and blogger ). His book, " More than Human ", discusses both the promises & pitfalls...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    Connected Systems Business Kit

    Check out the Connected Systems Business Kit - I actually highlighted this as part of my discussion at the Publisher's Summit today. Props to Aaron and friends for their contributions to this.
  • MikePelton's WebLog

    Superb Office Dev Book

    I promised another book recommendation and then failed to deliver, so I owe the remarkable Andrew Whitechapel an apology. My latest passion is for rabbiting about developing for Office in managed code. If your perception of Office dev is solely confined...
  • MSDN Ireland News

    New R&D Centre at Microsoft Ireland

    Great news came out today that Microsoft is setting up a new centre for research and development here in Dublin, creating up to 100 jobs over two years! The announcement was at our offices here in Sandyford by Bertie Ahern and our European CEO Jean-Philippe...
  • Paul Andrew

    Map Point Hello World Sample for New Zealand Maps

    If you would like to try out the Map Point web service with New Zealand mapping data, but need a place to start then this is for you. Greg Cook of Christchurch, New Zealand has written about the shortest possible sample. He's shared it as a sample here...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    System.Transactions talks in Dublin and Belfast

    If you're interested in transactional programming, you're in for a treat. Paul Fallon , who's handled more transactions than most major banks, is giving a presentation called Transactions in .NET - Today and in the Future at next Monday's NIMTUG meeting...
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