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  • Blog Post: Mobile Phones – Ein Innovationsbaukasten 2

    Hi… ich bin über das Buch “The Third Screen” von Chuck Martin . Er sieht sich mobile aus der Brille des Marketeers an. Dabei hat er eine Liste von Eigenschaften, die das mobile Phone vom PC abheben. Ein privates, persönliches Device Erzeugt Inhalte und kann diese angereichert kommunizieren Zeit, Ort...
  • Blog Post: Jetzt mit Cloud Computing beschäftigen? Ja, wenn Mr Li recht hat

    Hi… bei der Lektüre einer meiner Lieblingszeitschriften (IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management) bin ich über einen Artikel von Xiaotong Li gestolpert “Preemptive Learning, Competency Traps, and Information Technology Adoption: A Real Options Analysis” (Vol. 56/ No. 4 / S.650ff) In diesem Artikel...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing und Vertrauen

    Hi… ich war gerade auf einer Web 2.0 Konferenz und ich muss beichten. So wie man das im Web 2.0 macht…also blogge ich. Ich war nämlich böse, habe einen bösen Witz gerissen. Auf dem Panel standen neben mir die Kollegen von Google und IBM. Es ging in einer Frage um Vertrauen und Cloud Computing, was die...
  • Blog Post: Book on Cloud Computing

    Hi… since I was asked a lot about quite recently, here is a link to Holger Sirtl’s book on the cloud and Windows Azure in special: “Cloud Computing mit der Windows Azure Platform” by Holger Sirtl, MS Press, ISBN 978-3-86645-533-7 for €39,90 http://www.amazon.de/Computing-Windows-Platform-Softwareentwicklung...
  • Blog Post: Television 2.0

    Hi… have you seen this http://www.techflash.com/microsoft/Microsoft_melds_game_show_with_video_game_in_bid_for_more_ads_53936297.html ?? This might be the biggest thing since the invention of TV some days ago. In the recent past TV suffered from its uni-directional style. TV makers tried to come up with...
  • Blog Post: Freeware versus Open Source

    Hi… Gestern war Damir Tomicic bei Microsoft in Unterschleißheim und hat dabei auch bei uns in N1.26 vorbeigesehen. Wir haben wieder – wie immer – ein wenig philosophiert und diskutiert. Dabei hat Damir in einem Nebensatz eine Aussage gemacht, die mich ein wneig beschäftigt hat. Irgendwie hat sie das...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing-Der Spiegel, FTD und why IT doesn’t matter

    Hi… (this time in German) In der FTD von Freitag konnte man unter „Heiter bis wolkig“ (S.30) ein Zitat von Richard Stallmann lesen „Cloud Computing ist Dummheit. Es ist eine Marketing-Hype-Kampagne“. Ich verkneife mir hier mal zu wiederholen was die Mehrheit der IT Branche von Stallmann und seinen Statements...
  • Blog Post: Why I like Twitter…

    Hi… OK, we all need to like Twitter because we want to be Web 2.0, right?? But Twitter can be such a valuable channel to connect to your audience. But you have to respect three simple rules: 1. Offer value. Nobody will consume your Twitter feed when you simply repeat advertising messages. You need to...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing as a Supply Chain

    Hi… remember the “IT doesn’t matter” article of 2003 (see http://www.nicholasgcarr.com/articles/matter.html )?? That time it shocked the whole IT world. The real fear behind that was the guts feeling: it might be true somehow. Well, it is true somehow. But only for parts of the IT. There are some basic...
  • Blog Post: Make the Web a Better Place - BesserWeb

    Hi… I would like to introduce a new word into the English language… BesserWeb. The BesserWeb is a fiction now. It is a web where standards – at least as good as can be – make it easier for webmasters, users, designers, network techies to concentrate on their specific task. Less work to be put on adopting...
  • Blog Post: XTOPIA kompakt – Content now online

    Hi… XTOPIA kompakt is a new format we tried recently. Instead of you coming to the conference, the conference is more like a road show. It was placed so it was easy to attend and we had great feedback. Maybe you missed it… no problem the content (German) is now online… check it out:   CU  ...
  • Blog Post: IE8 – Using the features / Try it yourself

    Hi… IE8 comes with some well selected features to help you with your daily browsing. It is easy to integrate those features into your web offering. But – I am with you – do I want to fiddle with my life or staging web sites to try this?? No. Ok, so we would like to offer you a playground. Something you...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing and Open Source

    Hi…   i just had an interesting morning at IDC. They presented a study around cloud computing and just as IBM, T-Systems and RedHat, Microsoft was part of the game. During the session there was this idea that ??? cloud computing = Open Source ??? at least the RedHat evangelist put it that way. His...
  • Blog Post: Your Own Windows Server for €14.99/month

    Hi… the Student offering is getting better…even better… Some of the raw basic facts: If you are a (German, sorry ;-) student don’t wait any longer ;-) Register today http://www.1und1.info/xml/order/Studenten CU 0xff
  • Blog Post: Software made in Germany - SpicIE

    Hi… some time ago I asked some guys here at Microsoft why we do not support writing IE plug ins in managed code. The answer was that while this still is a good idea it is not the highest priority of the product teams. Honestly I understand that because the main focus for the team is to make consumers...
  • Blog Post: Why “<!--[if gt IE 6]>” is so bad…

    Hi… if you are doing HTML you are certainly aware of what the line in the subject means. Where it comes from: Well, the internet (and if you want a part of it called “the web”) is a strange place. We all talk about standards but it took some reasonably time to really with more or less real standards...
  • Blog Post: Students only – Get your hosted Windows Server for nearly NOTHING!!

    Hi… wow, ever wanted to have your very own DEDICATED Windows Server hosted?? Your real own machine?? Not a virtual one, a real own iron??   Hey, here we go… the formula is like this: Take the Microsoft Project Dreamspark (the OFFICIAL background here http://www.microsoft.com/Presspass/press/2008...
  • Blog Post: IE 8 is RCed

    Hi… problably you noticed IE8 is RCed. As in every project getting into stage RC is a very important step. So I found this Channel9 clip very interesting Inside IE 8 RC1 with Dean Hachamovitch and Jason Upton Jason is an interesting person showing how the team works behind IE. For me it is a bit complicated...
  • Blog Post: Ruby in the Cloud

    Hi... what shall I say ... http://www.dotnetservicesruby.com/ CU 0xff
  • Blog Post: PHP on Windows Whitepaper

    Hi...   my colleague Bernhard Frank just did an article on the topic and now there is a Whitepaper online about the topic (see http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/2/F/82F65F5E-D791-4199-9CE4-25E772682731/PHPonWindows_final.pdf ). The nice thing is that Bernhard's article and the whitepaper...
  • Blog Post: Configuring Firefox for Fiddler2 on Vista

    Hi… if you use Fiddler2 (see http://www.fiddler2.com/Fiddler2/ ) which is a very cool web debugging tool you will find that Firefox might not work well with it. Then do the following: 1. Locate the following directory c:\users\[Your Name]\Documents\Fiddler2\Scripts. In there you will find a script file...
  • Blog Post: IEAK for IE8 – Tweak your IE

    Hi… a not so well known fact is that there is a toolset in place to tweak and deploy IE. For the IE8 version you can now download the beta at http://technet.microsoft.com/de-de/ie/cc889349(en-us).aspx CU 0xff
  • Blog Post: Is it AJAX or ARAX or APAX or APhAX or…

    Hi… I just found this article http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Application-Development/Move-Over-AJAX-ARAX-is-Here/ First: I am totally behind the fact that JavaScript is not the solution for the next step towards RIA. That’s why my feeling is that AJAX is a nice work around but not more. There is another approach...
  • Blog Post: Startseite - Sonntag 2.0 @ mixxt

    Hi… yes, we will try… our first mini-micro-nano-Barcamp. The real story behind it is interesting enough: We are in the process of doing a security roadshow. Since we had problems getting the locations filled (Developers and security is always the same…) we asked ourselves why not doing something completely...
  • Blog Post: Taking the Desktop Metaphor to the Web…???

    Hi… I just saw an article on WebOSes. To give a short definition: Browser based “OS” which provides basic OS functionality as reading/writing data to a simulated file system, allows multiple windows on the screen and such alike. First I was really impressed. Then I thought a bit longer … ;-) What this...
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