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    Microsoft and Collective Illiteracy

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    It's getting worse. I don't know who started it, but I am determined to end it. I seek to end the continued demonstrations of collective illiteracy at Microsoft. At first, it seemed isolated to the Microsoft-centric habit of starting sentences with...
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    Mac and PC - A Different Take

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    These videos on YouTube were hysterical. A different take on the Mac and PC commercials. Mac and PC - Music http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxQS_3A7_Fc Mac and PC - Work http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BUOXVI7HeI Mac and PC - Girl http://www.youtube...
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    Had a Blast at the Vista and Office Launches!

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    I had a blast speaking at the launch events for Office and Vista. In Atlanta, I spoke about Connected Systems and showed off the DinnerNow.net scenario. In Houston and Dallas, I was privileged to deliver the keynote for the developer breakouts, showing...
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    Interesting Stuff Going On at AOL

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    Just stepped over to http://dev.aol.com/ and saw some interesting items over there. AOL has stepped up support for OpenID . This is pretty interesting, especially considering the recent CardSpace and OpenID collaboration announcements . I am loving...
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    10 Million Phishing Attempts Thwarted Since October

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    This is such a cool story. Two years ago, Bill Gates announced IE7 at RSA highlighting the Phishing Filter as one of its major features. Today, at RSA, we reported updated results on the Phishing Filter. Since IE7 launched in October, the Phishing...
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