November, 2003

  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Connected DVD Player

    • 0 Comments
    Oh, and if you were wondering, "Hey, where'd the music go?", No worries, I'm just listening to my playlists on our new Gateway connected DVD player .  The software has a MusicMatch plug-in, so I got ALL my playlists and music when I scanned -...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Sharepoint love

    • 3 Comments
    Tonight I updated our MSDN Intranet and I was reminded, once again, how much I love Sharepoint/WSS.  Oh, don't get me wrong, there are things that I would absolutely change if I could... like not being able to switch an events list/calendar...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Fabulous concert, and venue!

    • 6 Comments
    What an amazing concert.  First of all, the new auditorium is beautiful, and very sound-a-licious.  The way they've arranged the seating is really wonderful -- the boxes look like they're floating in air (like at Benaroya).  Our seats...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Songwriters tonight

    • 1 Comments
    Tonight we're going to the new McCaw Hall at Seattle Center to see what's being billed as the Songwriter's tour .  It's an acoustic evening with Mary Chapin Carpenter, Shawn Colvin, Patty Griffin and Dar Williams, together on stage.  I heard...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Developer Perspective: Newsgroups or forums?

    • 8 Comments
    Yesterday I was talking with Betsy and Tina about Newsgroups vs. Forums, and whether developers prefer one over the other. For me, it's kind of a mixed bag.  In general, I like the rich client experience that I see in forums, but I also like...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Outlook/Newsgator Test Post

    • 0 Comments
    This is a test of posting from Outlook via the Newsgator plug-in. [Now Playing: Indigo Girls - Least Complicated (Live) (05:15)] Updated to add category and change title.
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    It was a good dream, I think...

    • 0 Comments
    Okay, apparently I dreamt that there was a BlogX WMP plugin and that I installed it. As to what really happened, well, I'm not exactly sure.  Perhaps I've entered the twilight zone .  I recently started a personal blog, and now I'm...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    MSDN Bloggers resurface

    • 0 Comments
    Gosh, I look away for a couple days, and *poof* Tommy and Andy , two of my favorite MSDN bloggers resurface. Yippee!
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Music on the laptop

    • 1 Comments
    I got an iPod early this year, and spent a bunch of time ripping most of our CD's, but since then, all of my music has been on my home desktop machine.  At work I just plug my iPod into some rockin' portable speakers.  Since I've been at ...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    My traveling favorites

    • 2 Comments
    For a while now, I've been using a Blogger page as a traveling favorites and personal knowledge management system -- it's very handy.  I keep it as my browser homepage on my home and work computers, and on someone else's computer, it's only a...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Pictures from PDC

    • 5 Comments
    The pictures on my moblog are all categorized now, so if you want to see only the pictures from PDC, here they are .
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Updated categories = updated feed

    • 0 Comments
    My apologies to anyone who is subscribed to the RSS feed for my moblog... I went through and categorized pics today, and it marked them all as new and included them in the feed again. 
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Warning: Rory Blyth has spewage potential

    • 0 Comments
    Heh.  Don Box linked to some really funny posts of Rory Blyth's.  I'd never read Rory, but when I read the posts that Don linked to, I just had to subscribe to his feed.  It was late, so I didn't explore his site further.  Then...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Mt. Rainier -- still time to comment

    • 0 Comments
    Mt. Rainier currently has one service guiding folks up the mountain on summit attempts.  The NPS is currently in the process of soliciting comments on their new Commercial Services Plan.  I think that the "preferred alternative" number...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    "Beautiful, Fresh, Exciting, Spastic, Cool, Noisy, Nutty, Brilliant, Loud, Insightful, Big!"

    • 0 Comments
    H ey, check this out, Tom Peters, in a free web seminar .  Who knew? I find stuff like this and think to myself "My company is doing some pretty cool things." Cool things in addition, of course, to Whidbey, and Longhorn, and Indigo...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    MSDN Developer Centers

    • 1 Comments
    You know we have Dev Centers , right?   Places where our Content Strategists ( Kent , Duncan , Brian , Matt , Steve, Chris , Frank and Shawn ) pick out the best resources for your technology, including technical articles, downloads, community...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Eric Sink: The Business of Software -- MSDN

    • 1 Comments
    There’s also a new column in the Visual Studio Dev Center called The Business of Software .   It’s by Eric Sink, and it looks like it’s going to be a good column.   I like his writing style, and got a big kick out...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    FoodMovers: Building Distributed Applications using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET

    • 1 Comments
    Because I subscribe to the MSDN Just Published RSS feed , I noticed that we've released a 6 part technical article/project by Brian Travis. "Through this project of six sections, you will learn how Microsoft Visual...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Something missing, can't Go

    • 1 Comments
    For reasons that escape me, the error message "Something missing, can't Go" popped into my mind this evening. Probably something about nostalgia and old age. In any case, though, let's see just how small the world really is... there's a prize...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    My Matrix Confession

    • 0 Comments
    Yesterday, Katherine said she was going to see The Matrix with Shawn on Friday.  I didn't comment, but thought to myself "Huh, is that still in theaters?"  It seemed like a while ago that I heard about the opening.  Then, early this ...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Project 2003 discovery

    • 0 Comments
    Today I discovered that when adding resources in Project 2003, one of the options is to select them from the Outlook address book.  And if you specify a distribution list, it prompts to warn you that it's going to convert the list to individual...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Google Debuts Desktop Search

    • 0 Comments
    "On Thursday, the Mountain View, Calif.-based search company debuted the Google Deskbar. The downloadable software for users of Microsoft's Windows operating system puts a Google search box in the desktop taskbar. Using the free tool, people can search...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Mutant HDL

    • 3 Comments
    Intravenous doses of a synthetic component of good cholesterol reduced artery disease in just six weeks in a small study with startlingly big implications for treating the nation's No. 1 killer. ( MSNBC ) I heard about this story on NPR...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Study suggests why males are needed

    • 0 Comments
    Heh.  This headline made me laugh .
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Women on Top at Medical School

    • 1 Comments
    After a 6-year decline, the number of applicants to US medical schools is on the rise. The main reason for the increase was an almost 7% rise in the number of women applicants over last year. Women made up the majority of medical school applicants...
Page 1 of 2 (32 items) 12