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  • Blog Post: Cannon P.I. - Episode #1 is Now Available

    There comes a time only maybe once in our lives where a true hero for the web developer emerges. They are caring problem solvers but are rough around the edges, they drive fast cars from the 80’s, they drink a bit too much and sometimes get into a little bit of trouble themselves. But they are there...
  • Blog Post: Tech Ed Interview with Carl Franklin

    Hey everyone. Sorry I haven’t blogged in a while. Been a little crazy for me lately getting everything ramped up for our upcoming release of Virtual Earth which is due here very very soon. When we were all at Tech Ed North America in Orlando, FL this past June I sat down with Angus Logan , Dr. Neil and...
  • Blog Post: BAH, What a Wasted Day

    Today’s been a tough one for me. To begin I was having issues with my normal laptop, a severely underpowered Sony VAIO that I’ve had for about three years. It’s never liked Vista and to be sure Vista has hated it right back. Still it is small, weighing less that four pounds and most often runs Office...
  • Blog Post: Hey when are you updating the aerial images for my house?

    I get this question all the time from people I bump into or otherwise talk to during the course of my day. Every time I get this question I usually respond with, Yes, we’ll have updated imagery in your area by, Ladies and Gentlemen, THIS IS A WOOKIE. The Wookie Chewbacca defense generally works very...
  • Blog Post: Lounge Lizard at the Tech Ed Blogger Lounge

    Hey folks. Does my sense of humor bother you? Do you find my use of imagery in my blog posts convince you that I'm stupid or otherwise need therapy? Are you interested in having a conversation in person about Virtual Earth? Well here's your chance to either psychoanalyze, complain or ask me questions...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Earth - Powered by Wind

    I know that Microsoft explores alternative renewable energy sources to power its data centers around the world but I didn't know that our Virtual Earth data center in Boulder, CO is pretty much completely powered by wind energy. In fact we just fired up one of our new "Container Data Centers" in Boulder...
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