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  • A View from Elsewhere

    What am I missing?

    I'm working on a document that is supposed to capture the wonder of the .NET Framework 2.0 in a page (or so). I'm having problems getting the list down to one page, but at this point, I'm soliciting input and help. Feel free to comment on your favorite...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Must Drink Pinot

    Every year since 1987, a group of wine enthusiasts and vendors has gathered in Oregon for a chance to indulge in their closet alcoholism while appearing erudite. It used to be called the International Pinot Noir Convention , but I gather it's more like...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    The Internet is for Everyone - Amen

    In an intriguing video interview (30 mins) at ZDNet , Vint Cerf discusses the future of communications, from IPv6, Spam (he suggest the public flogging of Spammers) and privacy, Tim Berners-Lee’s Semantic Web , to the role of ICANN, and of course...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Jay Ongg - Picture Frame Part II

    Jay has his tools out to pull apart an old laptop and get this rebuilt as a Windows CE Picture Frame, Part I covered the software, Part II covers the hardware. Click the image to get the article... (BTW, check out the state of the screwdrivers Jay is...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Aaaaaaah! Demon Llama!!

    I've had a couple of people ask me about the pictures in the "pictures of me" section of the page. Most people get one of them, but are quite confused on the other. I got asked if it was a dog, or a cow, or some kind of teddy bear. In actuality it's none...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Jay, i need another monitor!!

    So in the weird way that my brain is wired, I find myself far better at managing applications when I never shut them down. Unfortunately, this ends up causing my task bar to look like this: This actually isn't too bad. What you're seeing here is...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    When is the best time to hold a live MSDN Webcast?

    So we hold all these live webcasts with subject matter experts from the product dev team, industry experts, book authors, college professors, and we have great demand for our on demand webcasts content. But we're not sure if we should continue to do these...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Andrew Troelsen's Refactoring Article is up...

    Refactoring C# Code Using Visual Studio 2005 Andrew W. Troelsen Intertech Training Summary: This article examines the role of code refactoring, and the refactoring techniques supported by Visual Studio 2005. (23 printed pages)
  • Point2Share

    New Content: Scoping and Configuring the Content Index for the Site Directory in SharePoint Portal Server 2003

    Scoping and Configuring the Content Index for the Site Directory in SharePoint Portal Server 2003
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Architecture Center Banner

    For TechEd, we got a big banner to hang in the lunch room to advertise Architecture Center . When we got it back, we hung it in the atrium of building 18 - our new home. Looks pretty cool, doesn't it? In the pic, from left to right, are my boss Adam Denning...
  • Jay's WebLog

    Digital Picture Frame Part 2

    Digital Picture Frame (Part 2)! (go read Part 1 if you haven't) Hardware time! I opened up the laptop and folded the LCD back behind the keyboard. When I took apart the Thinkpad, it took me about two hours end-to-end. Later on, I took apart my Dell...
  • Point2Share

    Launched: Microsoft Community Blogs

    Excellent news, a new Microsoft Community Blogs portal has been launched. Check it out... Microsoft Community Blogs
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