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  • ...Me Unplugged...


    Well, yeah lately I have been oblivious too lots of things. Having indulged in a fetish of subscribing to newsgroups, the number of personal folders is burgeoning to say the least. Of course, its also nearly impossible to read through everyhting that...
  • Yves Dolce

    Down Under by Bill Bryson

    When I read Canberra - Why wait for death? on page 127 and started to LoL I decided to mention it here. Whether you want to go to Australia or you've already been or even if you don't have any plan to go, this is an excellent book. You learn and laugh...
  • John Bristowe's Weblog

    Of Mice and Keyboards

    If you haven't done so already, do yourself a favour and go check out the latest & greatest mice and keyboards from Microsoft . Wow. I must have been asleep for a couple of months or so because I was totally amazed by what's available these days....
  • Aali's blog

    Vaarallisia hidastetöyssyjä Kirkkonummella

    Me ollaan jo pitkään pyydetty hidastetöyssyjä kunnalta kotikadullemme Hommaksenkaarelle Kirkkonummella. Nyt ne vihdoin ilmestyivät muutama viikko sitten. En ymmärrä mikä on kunnan virkamiesten ajatuksena ollut, mutta minun (ja monen muun naapurin joiden...
  • John Bristowe's Weblog

    Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Work Items and Friends

    Yesterday, I spent the entire day playing around with many of the new features in Visual Studio 2005 Team System, focusing specifically on the integration of the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) for Agile Software Development. For the upcoming Canadian...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    This splog thing is getting totally out of hand.

    This splog thing is getting totally out of hand . My rss reader is getting crapped in too . Blogspot: please sort this out :-( It is doing Terry's head in too . In fact, this is becoming one big splog crapfest . Update : Chris has just uploaded...
  • Aali's blog

    Ai ei Microsoftilla blogeja Suomessa?

    Tiina Vuorio, meidän markkinointipäällikkö, oli kommentoinut IT-Viikko -lehdessä tällä viikolla (13.10.2005 s. 9) että "Microsoft ei tuo blogeja Suomeen". Niin se ei tieto kulje meilläkään, kirjoitin Hello World -viestini tänne 17.11.2004 :) Tähän...
  • Bill Gibson's Blog

    Understanding SDM: Systems and the Four Layer Model

    The Whitehorse Distributed System Designers are based on SDM - the System Definition Model. SDM offers a simple model for representing computer systems that can help in many parts of the design, deployment and management space. I'll try over an occasional...
  • Steven Sinofsky's Microsoft TechTalk

    This week -- visits to a couple of Boston area colleges

    I will be visiting both Harvard and MIT this coming week. I look forward to meeting any students with a passion for software interested in working at Microsoft full time. MIT Wednesday Oct 19 @ Building 34, Room 101, Reception at 4:45pm, presentation...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Blogging from Katrina Ground Zero: Waveland, MS – Day 3

    (written at 11pm CST on Saturday 10/15/2005) And today was even better.  It’s starting to become more bearable the destruction. Today we went to Slidell to get supplies.  It’s amazing how much alive cities like Gulfport and Slidell are, just...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Web 2.0: The Desktop / Web Mash-ups

    Nick Bradbury thinks it is time for some minor revisions to Web 2.0, and posts Web 2.01 Release Notes . I'd like to highlight the points he makes regarding the web vs. desktop and share some further thoughts on this topic (below): " WEB...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Looking at Partial Classes

    The .NET Framework 2.0 introduces a variety of features and enhancements. One of these is the addition of Partial Classes. This new Framework features enables a single class definition that can be split across multiple physical files. During the compilation...
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