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  • Blog Post: new blog from the Vista Shell team

    The Windows Shell Team has a new blog entitled " Shell Revealed ". From the site… Welcome to shell:revealed, the home of the Windows Client team. We're the folks that build the core user interface for Windows and we love every minute of it! shell:revealed isn't about Windows Vista, it's about Windows...
  • Blog Post: IWCenter podast

    About two weeks I did a great interview with Shawn Murrary for his podcast on the IWCenter . Shawn's site is a fantastic source of information on Office 2007 and how many of the new features across all of the products will change the way information worker go about their day. My direct podcast is...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Ways to Motivate a Geek

    I couldn't resist posting about this article . It's a decent read and highlights some of the issues I see affecting us here at Microsoft every day. It's my first visit to the Retrospector's blog and I've already subscribed; another good read is the linked article on " how to become an early riser. "...
  • Blog Post: FeedBurner acquires blog analytics firm

    CNET has an article about how syndication firm FeedBurner has acquired blog analytics firm BlogBeat.net in a move designed to give FeedBurner customers more insight into what types of headlines and articles its users are viewing and interacting with. Server-side and client-side analytics are becoming...
  • Blog Post: neophilia

    As reported on Slashdot this morning, apparently there is a medical reason for the fact that I can't get enough of the latest gadgets as they hit the market. Finally a reason exists to justify to my parents why I needed every single toy, electronic device, and video game when I was growing up the day...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft’s iPod killer

    Ah, the beauty of competition . The term 'open secret' has been used several times in reference to the rumors of Microsoft creating our own version of a portable media player with all sorts of WiFi and Live connectivity goodness. The most interesting part: To attract current iPod users Microsoft is...
  • Blog Post: Gnomedex 6.0 baby!

    Gnomedex 6.0 starts tonight! Last year was a blast and I'm looking forward to attending this weekend. I'll be there with a bunch of other folks from Microsoft representing Office, XBox, Windows Live, Vista, and a bunch of other teams. We'll have a little lounge area set up where you can come by, chat...
  • Blog Post: Blogging from Word 2007

    My friend and colleague Joe Friend over in Word 2007 land (actually just upstairs from my office) has released the details of some awesome new functionalty enabled in the Word 2007 Beta 2: http://blogs.msdn.com/joe_friend/archive/2006/05/12/595963.aspx That's right - blogging from Word 2007 is...
  • Blog Post: Article: Internet agency considers '.tel' domain name

    http://edition.cnn.com/2006/TECH/internet/04/14/contact.domain.name.ap/ “To help people manage all their contact information online, the Internet's key oversight agency is considering a ".tel" domain name. If approved, the domain could be available this year. As proposed, individuals could...
  • Blog Post: 10x10 - an amazing use of RSS

    http://www.tenbyten.org/10x10.html From their site: Every hour, 10x10 scans the RSS feeds of several leading international news sources, and performs an elaborate process of weighted linguistic analysis on the text contained in their top news stories. After this process, conclusions are automatically...
  • Blog Post: The Name

    It's here... finally! We've closed on the new name for our product, and I'm pumped to announce it as Microsoft Office Outlook 2007. No logos to show you guys yet, but stay tuned. The official name of the entire product line is the 2007 Microsoft Office System . That's the uber naming that includes...
  • Blog Post: U.S. Government using MSN Search technology

    The U.S. government has recently expanded its search capabilities across many of its public-facing internet sites using technology from MSN that was previously Microsoft-only, allowing for a more "citizen-focused" information portal. http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1895,1915378,00.asp
  • Blog Post: Congressmen Blogging

    There are now at least 11 confirmed Congressmen blogging on either their own sites or as guest authors on different political sites. Why is this cool? Most people don't associate political figures with blogs in a good light, let alone having them blog completely on their own (whether or not the content...
  • Blog Post: Portable Media Devices - where's my content?

    As a long-time lover of gadgets, music, movies, and all things in between, as well as being the proud owner of a TiVo, Media Center, and multiple PMD (portable media devices), I think the battle between consumers, artists, and production companies about copyrighted material and its distribution is very...
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