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Improving the world one entity at a time (now tweeting on @mlrdev)
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    Data Privacy Day 2011

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    The software industry has been evolving our understanding of privacy, as society's understanding and expectations around privacy have evolved. I remember having a class around privacy and data protection in college, ten years ago. In those days, in...
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    Portable Library CTP Available

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    The Portable Library Tools CTP was announced! If you write code that targets multiple platforms, you'll find this pretty neat, as you'll get guidance from the tools as to which APIs you can use safely across different platforms: .NET, Silverlight, Windows...
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    OneNote Mobile, now on the iPhone

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    As a huge OneNote fan, I'm always happy to see my notebooks accessible in more and more places. It might even prompt some folks to update the OS on their devices, as it requires the iOS 4.2 upgrade (which is just a software upgrade, this should work on...
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    New Releases for Web Developers

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    In case you missed it last week, we've had an insane amount of goodness coming out for web developers. Check out ScottGu's post here for details. And of course, in case you were wondering whether these technologies are being put to use at all, you...
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    2011 Consumer Electronics Show one-pager

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    If you want to get a one-page overview of the Microsoft CES this year, there is a very handy reference right here that links to more news, the keynote video and its transcript. Enjoy!
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    Driver user experience

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    Sometimes the memorable thing about using a device or program is one particular feature. There are one or two things that pop up in your mind. For example, when I think of using Microsoft Word, I think of the ribbon and the very nice font rendering and...
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    HTML5 features, browsers, prototypes

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    In case you were out on vacation or enjoying the holidays, late last month there were two very interesting blog posts that I think are worth following. The first one is on Interoperability @ Microsoft, Prototyping Early W3C HTML5 Specifications . This...
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    Reference of namespaces in OData

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    This post is a simple overview of namespaces you will run into when working with OData in the ATOM format. The list is not comprehensive, but you can get pretty far with it. http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom This is the Atom namespace, defined in RFC 4287...
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