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  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    Binary Nail Polish

    Here's a cool finger nail polish that let's you have binary on your nails. It actually spells out the person's name in binary. Pretty cool... [via Wil Wheaton ]
  • Somasegar's blog

    My latest work of "art"

    I consider myself an amateur photographer. I have always been excited about taking panoramic pictures, but never wanted to invest in a super high end camera that enables me to do that. The “image stitching” feature in Acrylic is a boon for amateurs like...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    MEDC 2005 - Video Podcast list now available through FeedBurner.

    The MEDC 2005 Video Podcast listing is now available through FeedBurner - If you didn't subscribe to the XML file then the FeedBurner site is an excellent way for you to browse the list of videos, select items you like the look of, and play them in your...
  • Зеркало: Воскресные байты изнутри Microsoft

    Вы знали, что MSN может решать математические уравнения?

    Я нет. За последний год это открытие произвело на меня наибольшее впечатление, хотя сделал я его только сегодня утром за кофе. Потом полчаса решал разные уравнения :)) Вот если бы оно еще решало интегральные, да еще и в пространстве комплексных чисел...
  • Visual Studio For Devices

    WebCasts for device developers

    Just found out that there were be couple of webcasts that we will be doing in July about Windows Mobile 5.0 and VS 2005 development. I will update this with more details but some of them of interest are given below. The final dates times are being scheduled...
  • sano the super geek

    Creating icons for your Windows Forms applications

    This is an excel lent resource that manifests optimal practices for designing icons for your Windows applications.
  • scellini's WebLog

    PDC on .NET Rocks, airing on 6/20

    We're recording a show tomorrow about PDC05 on the .NET Rocks show, to be "aired" on Monday, 6/20. Check it out here on Monday!
  • Galex's Edge Events

    The XML Team is blogging!

    Welcome to my MSDN blog! My name is Galex Yen and I've been working within the XML datatype team in SQL Server for the past year. My team has begun to blog about our exciting new feature and it seems I'm one of the late comers. I've linked to my fellow...
  • Antimail

    Playing with transportable snapshots

    Transportable shadow copies are another practical consequence of a new paradigm - the data is stored in the (SAN) cloud. The data availability is not anymore tied to your machine. This simple fact has far reaching consequences. One consequence is the...
  • Tripp Parks's WebLog


    My friend John Miller in Microsoft Research just got the project he works on " Avalanche " posted on Slashdot and The Register, (The National Enquirer and the Weekly World News of the technology world respectively) Avalance is a pretty cool Peer...
  • Antimail

    Hackers meet Microsoft

    Blue Hat summit seems to be a new type of events going on. It's a rare event when you start something from scratch and you get comments like: "I didn't know if we were going to end up with this massively adversarial experience or if this was going...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    MEDC tour update

    Today was the 4th stop on our tour in Kuala Lumpur. We'll spend this weekend making our way to Australia for the final two stops. So far, the events have been awesome - the organizers in each city have really pulled out all the stops to make sure that...
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