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September, 2004

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    Han does NOT shoot first!

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    My Star Wars DVDs have arrived a day early so I'm watching A New Hope right now. The picture quality is excellent, but the film is not the same as the Special Edition version... Greedo and Han now shoot at the same time! After Han shooting first and then...
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    Geek dinner in San Francisco

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    Robert Scoble is going to be in San Francisco this weekend as well so we're having a geek dinner on Saturday (25th) at 7pm at Barney's Gourmet Hamburgers ( 4138 24th St. ). If you're in the area come and join us.
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    Geek dinner

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    i just got back from the geek dinner. I met Robert Scoble and a whole load of other people. Interesting variety of conversation from "Is Google building a browser?" to portable media centers. I met a few people that I need to talk some more with, but...
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    Portable Media Centers available, WMP 10 available and MSN Music Store

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    Well what a week it's been. First off let me apologise for not updating for a while. I'm sure many of you will have guessed that I've been pretty busy for the last few weeks and you'll here more about that soon... Portable Media Centers finally hit retail...
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    Stardust probe crashes to Earth

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    Oops. That's a shame, I hope they can still salvage something from the project. Don Brownlee came to Microsoft a couple of months ago and mentioned the project and described how the probe was supposed to get back - parachutes and then caught be helicopter...
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    Visting San Francisco this weekend

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    I decided last week to take a last minute trip to San Francisco this weekend thanks to a promotion from United Airlines which meant my ticket only cost me $5 :-) While I'm in the area I though it might be fun to meet some local Media Center users / developers...
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