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  • Omar Shahine

    Groove Virtual Office

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    Wow. I installed Groove a few days ago on advice from Dennis and tried the File Synchronization feature. There are few things I will say this about. It's Magic . I can just drag stuff to a folder and it replicates to all my machines, w/o the use of a...
  • Brad Abrams

    NPR on Donald Knuth

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    I was greeted this morning to an excellent interview with Donald Knuth on NPR … Did you know that his kitchen is designed using principles of graph theory? Apparently everything wants to be next to the trash can… Amazing stuff.. Maybe Knuth should do...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    NPR Has a FASCINATING profile of Donald Knuth this morning...

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    I'm listening to NPR right now (getting ready for work/school) and I realized they had an article on Knuth. Very cool, and worth listening. And he's just about done with Volume 4!
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    Visual FoxPro 9.0 featured on Microsoft PressPass

    A detailed press announcement has been released on Microsoft PressPass called Developers Report on Power, Productivity and Extensibility of New Visual FoxPro 9.0 . If you use Visual FoxPro, it would be great if you have a blog and post an entry about...
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    Robert Scoble wears a Visual FoxPro 9.0 shirt on the red couch

    Here is a photo of Robert Scoble sitting on the the red couch working on his Tablet PC while wearing the limited edition navy blue Visual FoxPro 9.0 polo shirt that I gave him when we met in my office last November for the Channel 9 video on VFP 9.0 interview...
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    My Microsoft Mouse review, plus some tips

    Here is a quick review of the Microsoft Mouse products I use. For about a year I used the IntelliMouse Explorer for Bluetooth, the original older model and not the latest model available. It has a great feel to it, very nice to use and comfortable. I...
  • FitzBlog

    FrontPage RPCs are Here To Stay, Too

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    If you’ve been at a talk delivered by me, Bryan Jeffries, or Richard Mareno entitled something like “Programming with Windows SharePoint Services’ Lists and Document Libraries”, you’ll have heard the following explanation...
  • Omar Shahine

    Guide to ripping CDs

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    Chances are, you have ripped some of your music. More than likely you chose a lossy encoding. Probably it's in MP3 format. Maybe not. Anyway, I have continually refined my ripping strategy. It's optimized for getting the best audio quality on the device...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Ubuntu - Warty - Hoary

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    Well, i got a new laptop and i realized it's been about a year since i've given a linux a serious look so i figured it was time to try it out again and see how far things have come in the last year and how it compares to my windows and OSX systems. I...
  • Kevin Ransom

    Algorithms and .Net collections

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    Algorithms and .Net collections Recently I was asked by a colleague about an InvalidOperation exception with the message: Collection was modified; enumeration operation may not execute. It would seem that my colleague like many of us expected code similar...
  • FitzBlog

    One more thing a good "SharePoint subject matter expert" ought to know...

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    I’d add one extra item to Tim Heuer’s fantastic article on what a good sharepoint subject matter expert ought to know... Somewhere between “mid-level consultant” and “SharePoint Architect”, there needs to be an extra...
  • BAM, BizTalk and Beyond

    Three steps to monitor your business in real-time using BizTalk and BAM

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    With some arduous efforts, you finally got to see BizTalk server automates, orchestrates and runs your business process day in and day out. Congratulations! You may see messages/documents come and go, but no one really has a grasp how your overall business...
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