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  • Dean Rowe's WebLog

    Earthquake Effect

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    Someone over on the WindowsMovie Maker.NET forums wanted an Earthquake effect. Link - Earth Quake Effect ? jeb314 replied with a little XML snipped to create a custom effect based upon the Age filter. He modified the parameters to turn the Age value...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    New look

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    Now that blogs.msdn.com is running on Community Server , there are some new skins to play with. I've switched to one named LuxInterior. Let me know what you think...
  • Okoboji: a lake, a mythical university, Kevin Moore's blog

    Are you reading Chris Sells?

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    A while ago I posted a list of MS employees that are blogging outside of blogs.msdn.com that you should be reading. Let me add one: Chris Sells . In the last couple of days he's had a bunch of great pointers. First, he talks about the power...
  • oliverlu's WebLog

    乱弹@2005/4/4

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    1. MSDN 上关于 SPS2003 的几篇新的文章 Tips for Enhancing the Accessibility of SharePoint Web Sites http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/odc_SP2003_ta/html/Office_SharePointAccessibility.asp How to Write a Back Up and Restore...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    InfoPath Dropdowns and SQL Databases

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    Question: I am new to InfoPath and have really enjoyed the information that you have provided on your blog. I am still trying to figure out all the features and intricacies that InfoPath seems to have while doing my first form. One thing that I can’t...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Windows Programming Notes

    foo\foo.dll

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    You know when we probe an assembly foo, we first probe the appbase for foo.dll/exe, then appbase\foo\foo.dll/exe. The reason we probe for appbase\foo\foo.dll, is for multi-module assembiles. Say you have assemblies foo1 and foo2. Both have a module...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    My Plan to Fix Daylight Savings Time

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    This morning I had to be at tryouts for the amateur baseball league I play in by 8:30 to scout for our team. I don't generally get to work before 8:30 so Daylight Savings Time was rough. From the looks of the cold, soggy, dreary eyed tryout players, DST...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Professional Developers Conference 2005 in September

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    Someone asked me if I wanted to be at PDC 2005 this year. Hmm, Let me think about that. YES!!!! I want to be there! They must think I don’t care to be at these cool events like PDC and TechEd. Truth is I do, as I want to hear what customers are saying...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Measuring how difficult a Threading bug is

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    S ome bugs are easy and some are hard. Bugs can also be hard for a varierty of reasons. For example, some bugs are difficult because they involve an extremely complex algorithm. Other bugs are difficult because it's not clear what the correct behavior...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    The Long Tail of conversation and relationships

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    Hold on...this shape looks familiar...is this the Long Tail of conversation and relationships? I found this chart in the paper ' Using Rhythms of Relationships to Understand Email Archives' , by the HCI Lab of the University of Maryland (via SmartMobs...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    Community Server FAQ

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    Now that we've updated the MSDN blogs platform, I wanted to have a handy link for Community Server questions/issues. Here's the Community Server FAQ for those that are interested. Thanks to Rob and Scott.
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    A conversation mostly about Attention

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    Robert Scoble : " Listen in on the conversation Steve Gillmor and I have . I shot it on video and uploaded it to Ourmedia.com . The conversation was mostly about attention.xml which is a standard that helps you keep track of what you've read...
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