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  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Ordered A Dual Opteron Workstation

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    You may recall that I've been waiting for one of two "triggers" to order a new computer. Well, even though my first trigger, Doom 3, has already been released, I found that it ran very acceptably on my current P4 1.8GHz Dell Dimension 8100 computer. So...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Keeping the Microsoft Office Developer Center Fresh

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    You will notice that the Office Developer Center has a new face! The good news is that most of these little parts on the page come "free of charge" if you will. They are little widgets we can install on the page and bring it to life. You will find...
  • Cameron Beccario

    TechEdの参加レビュー

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    TechEdは火曜日に始まりましたが、授業があったので、私は水曜日に名古屋から行きました。初めに参加したセッション はVisual Basic 2005でした。Visual Basicを手伝って作ったので、発表会を見るのは楽しかったです。Visual C#セッションとVisual Basicセッションの出席者数は同じぐらいでした。Visual C#はもっと人気があると思ったから、びっくりしました。私はVBのほうが好きなので、ちょっと嬉しかったです。:) 木曜日、河端さんに招待してもらいましたから...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Microsoft Exchange 5.0's credential cache security problems

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    The other day, I wrote about the Exchange 5.0 NNTP (and POP3, and Exchange 5.5 IMAP) server’s credential cache. Well, the credentials cache was my first experience with a customer reported security vulnerability. As reported in Windows IT Pro magazine...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Using a GPS

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    Have you ever got seriously into navigating or tracking yourself with a GPS? I am thinking of getting better at using my GPS (I know how to read it, but not really use it) so once our puppy is old enough to hit the mountains with me, I can geek out with...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Windows Programming Notes

    Assembly binding vs Assembly Loading

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    This is purely terminology we used internally. Assembly Binding is the process of probing. A.k.a, given an assembly name, finding out where the assembly is. Assembly binding is performed by fusion. This also includes applying policy. Managed code is not...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Steve Makofsky Links to Widescreen Gaming Sites

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    OK, this is just what I needed. I don't have an actual widescreen TV, but I did get a widescreen monitor that I'm really liking a lot. Now my laptop and my desktop both do 1280 by 768 resolution. Steve found some resources for making games work at the...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Who Won the Debate?

    • 13 Comments
    We need better commentators....
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Dave Winer Bought a TR3

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    It looks like Dave Winer bought a TR3 . I'm still loving mine. What's it like to own one of these? I had to double check to make sure it was in my backpack this morning. :)
  • Windows CE Networking Team WebLog

    The CE Telnet Server

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    A lot of folks (even in the CE team) don't realize that Windows CE has a telnet server as an optional component. This is not something that we see you putting in shipping devices. It is a very cool tool during your initial development of your platform...
  • Josh Lee's Financial Services Blog

    I HATE the Presidential Debates !!!

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    I really hope that I am not alone in this line of thought, but I really hate the Presidential Debates. I did debate back in secondary school and college, and to call these things "debates" is an insult to pillow and tickle fights everywhere. I don't know...
  • David Kline

    Back from vacation

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    Just a note that I am back from vacation (have been for a few days now) and have finally dug out from under email, etc. I plan to get back to the business of posting what I hope you will all find helpful, interesting and/or useful in the next day or so...
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