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  • edjez's WebLog

    Darth vader's Blog

    Missed it when it hit /. a couple of days ago. It's hilarious. You know it's going to be good when Darth Vader's post title is "I Am Surrounded by Idiots"
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Got Indigo Day Wrap Up

    Thanks to all that attended the Got Indigo Day this week. With over 280 developers talking and learning about Indigo it couldn’t get any better. As promised we have posted the slides and three of the sessions on video. In case you haven’t heard...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    More Headlines to Love: Exploding Toads

    This one from MSNBC . Gruesome. And yet, were it in the context of a Drew Carey show, it would be funny.
  • Live Search

    Now that is some Mondo Buzz!

    Search Champ and personal friend, Buzz Bruggeman , recently announced his company’s release of an ActiveWords agent for MSN Desktop Search ! ActiveWords is a slick application launcher – just type and it will launch apps, search, or jump to websites....
  • Daryll McDade

    Kevin asks where are the marketers?

    Big thanks to my teammate, Kevin Briody for the airtime on his personal blog. At the end of the post, Kevin asks why more Microsoft marketers don't blog. Here's my take on what's in the mind of the marketer on blogs; 1) Developers are harsh . "So...
  • Kevin B Smith's WebLog

    BAM: Tracking Portal

    As we all know BizTalk Server 2004 provides a great set of enabling technologies to address a number of business problems, specifically around integration and business process management, the very nature of this technology means that BizTalk is typically...
  • The Visual Basic Team

    New Snippet Editor for beta 2!

    (Posted by Steven Lees) One of the coolest things about code snippets is that in addition to the 400 or so that we include in the VB install, you can also make your own. We just posted a beta 2 update to the Snippet Editor--check it out on http://msdn...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Thanks to the People Who Broke Into My Car

    I want to thank the folks who broke into my car. Despite the fact that they stole my stereo including 10GB of MP3s, all my parking meter change, and my sunglasses, they did surprisingly little actual damage to the car. Instead of breaking the big driver...
  • Eric Jarvi

    regsvr32 for non-admins

    Interesting article up on Code Project: "The principal advantage is that, the user can still register and use the COM server even if he is not an administrator of the machine or does not have write access to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE . " http://www.codeproject...
  • The Design-Time Developer

    Coming back from NYC

    So last week, I was flying back from a vacation to New York City and had a mildly humorous experience. While readying my laptop, shoes, pocket change and WMDs prior to walking through the "scanning gate" at LaGuardia, I happened to notice the name of...
  • Eric Jarvi

    how to copy and paste a team system work item list from Excel into email

    In a way that makes me feel like I'm living out a modern day version of Escher's Drawing Hands , we are using the Team System work item tracking feature to build Team System. One thing I'm working on is copying bug lists into email to send out status...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    What's actually on an audio CD?

    Before I can talk about reading audio CDs using DAE (Digital Audio Extraction), I need to talk a bit about what data's actually on the audio CD, since we're going to be reading the raw audio data from the CD. An audio CD contains audio samples sampled...
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