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  • Blog Post: Are you Ready to MIX it up?

    Vegas here we come! Microsoft’s MIX conference is returning to the Venetian hotel in Las Vegas on March 5 – 7, 2008 and you’re invited to join us. The Next Web Now MIX08 is an intimate opportunity for cutting-edge technical, creative and business strategists to engage Microsoft in a conversation about...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft's "Back to the Future" Spoof

    I just ran across Todd Bishop's blog where he links to the "Back to the Future" spoof. Microsoft executive Bob Muglia's appearance at the company's TechEd conference this week began with an elaborate video starring actor Christopher Lloyd in his role as Doc Brown from the "Back to the Future" series...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Research Chimes in on Software for the 21st Century

    Watch Andrew Herbert , managing director of Microsoft Research Cambridge , discuss the 20th century computer systems assumptions that are no longer true in the 21st century — things like the single processor systems and the single threaded programs, low level programming languages, screens on desks,...
  • Blog Post: Intel's new Metro Notebook

    Ifot metrosexuals were not enough Intel has launched a “Metro Notebook” concept. It attempts at create a restyled, ultra-slim and ultra-light laptop that takes into consideration, the young urbanites need for class and style. The sub-0.7 thick, 1 kg sized Metro has an outside display built into the back...
  • Blog Post: What happened to Windows 386?

    Given that we are launching Vista this week I thought it would be nice to take a look back at the Windows 386. Ahh the good old days...
  • Blog Post: Visual Voicemail

    I just ran across Callwave a great way to get Visual Voice Mail! It great for me because I do not get a signal on campus and I can instantly know when I get a all or VM. It will also allow me to save messages as well. It multi-platform as a Windows application or OS X Widget. Get it here: www.CallWave...
  • Blog Post: New Windows Live for TV

    Windows Live for TV is an early beta 3D browser application that makes it easy to connect to your social network as well as friends and family from within Vista Media Center or IE7.0. You're be able to view the best of Windows Live Spaces and communicate with Friends and Family over Windows Live Messenger...
  • Blog Post: Predictions from the Past

    Since I'm on holiday you may notice that I have been blogging more about fun or off beat topics. Well I'm in full relaxation mode. So sit back and enjoy :). I was sitting here talking with a good friend of mine about technology and the subject of "do you remember..." came up. Like when you could replace...
  • Blog Post: LinkedIn Worth $250 Million?

    Another quick funding story: the business social network LinkedIn is reportedly set to close a $13 million funding round at a $250 million valuation - the investors aren’t yet known. LinkedIn expects to generate $45 million to $60 million in sales in 2007 and $100 million in 2008 - they’ve...
  • Blog Post: Want more Zooomer?

    Thomas Hawk is giving away free Pro accounts for a year if you are a blogger. Check it out:
  • Blog Post: Microsoft's New User Experence Site

    I ran across this site last night. It is not technical in nature however it does show the community we do care about UX. We showcase the breath of our UX tooling and Web 2.0 Live sites.
  • Blog Post: Ballmer at Nasdaq Opening

    Can you feel the excitement?
  • Blog Post: Photosynth is Live!

    This is a sweet application I would highly recommend checking this out! For more information check out these links: Photosynth Website: How to use: Chanel 9:
  • Blog Post: Using the T-Mobile MDA as an internet connection

    I just recently upgraded to Vista RTM last week and I was trying to figure out how to connect to my MDA via bluetooth. It's actually really easy, once you find the drivers :) On a prevous post is the beta bits for the bluetooth driver. It works, ok. It has been really spotty and reboots are sometimes...
  • Blog Post: Screenshots of new Live Mail

    Life Hacker has a great post on the new Live Mail Client. Check it out. Technorati Profile
  • Blog Post: Aggreg8 MySpace for IT Pros

    Microsoft released a new social network yesterday called Aggreg8, which aims to be MySpace for IT Pros. The site allows you to create a profile, join groups and create a blog, all with an IT theme. This is worth checking out!
  • Blog Post: Vista RTM

    It’s official – It’s time ! Today I recieved the e-mail from Jim Allchin that we are announcing the Release to Manufacturing of Windows Vista. This is a significant milestone for Microsoft and our partners, and one we are very excited about.
  • Blog Post: Need Vista Drivers for your Toshiba?

    I have a Tecra M5 laptop running Vista RTM. Windows update has been great at picking up most of the drivers except for a few. I noticed this when I needed bluetooth the most! So to fill in the gaps go to Toshiba's site: Click to read about Toshiba's Microsoft® Windows® Vista™ Capable...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP is ready!

    Today we are making the English version available as a free download . Other languages will be available in the coming weeks. To help our customers become more secure and up-to-date, we will begin distributing Internet Explorer 7 as a high-priority update via Automatic Updates in November. In addition...
  • Blog Post: Virtual PC 2007 Beta Program

    From October 11th till the end March nominations will be accepted for beta enrollment with the Virtual PC 2007 product. Check it out! Also, a link below for compatiblity. Virtual PC 2007 Application Compatibility White Paper
  • Blog Post: Get Windows Vista!

    I have been running Windows Vista RC1 on my primary desktop with Office 2007 RC1 for 2 weeks with minor issues. For all you brave souls, check it out! If you want to get your hands on the latest build go to the public download site:
  • Blog Post: TechEd Webcasts from Boston to London

    Watch the best of Tech.Ed US in high quality video, on-demand, on it's Showtime! Windows Vista Deploying Windows Vista: Everything You Need in One Hour - Corey Hynes Windows Vista System Integrity Technologies - Steve Riley Microsoft IT: Deploying Windows Vista - Chad Lewis Windows...
  • Blog Post: Live no longer Beta

    We announced yesterday the beta tags have been taken off! Along with the release of these two key Windows Live services, we’re also upgrading the search experience for MSN users worldwide by transitioning them to the Live Search engine. See What’s New and Try it Now · Live Search is the search...
  • Blog Post: IE 7.0 RC1

    The release candidate 1 has been released! I've been using IE 7.0 Beta 2 and 3 for some time now and have been very pleased with the product. Each release there has been new features and performance increases. Check it out for yourself!
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