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  • Blog Post: How to organize like Bill Gates, the HP-Microsoft deal, Helping in Haiti and more

    Yes, I've been neglecting my blog. Although I have a couple of blog posts in the works (on setting up our Windows 7 home network connected to our Media Center), I have been just too busy with (gasp!) real work. So I obviously need to be better at my organization: helpful that I found this brief article...
  • Blog Post: SXSW 2009 in Austin is the place to be, at least virtually via Twitter and the Web for me this year

    This weekend was a busy one for us at home, otherwise I would have found a way to travel to Austin with several of my friends to attend South by Southwest 2009 Conference in Austin, Texas. For those of you who don't know, a good summary is offered here on SXSW from the local paper: "South by Southwest...
  • Blog Post: Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer demo Preview Windows 7, multi-touch at D6 conference

    Fresh from the net, here's a highlight from D6 down in Carlsbad and number one on the All Things D Top Ten list (as at right)... "With Microsoft (MSFT) Chairman Bill Gates soon relinquishing his daily role at the software company he co-founded as it grapples with Google (GOOG), European regulators ,...
  • Blog Post: Bill Gates demos the Touch Wall to CEOs, plus video clip

    While waiting for a conference call to begin, a quick post on Touch Wall demo'ed by Bill Gates at the CEO Summit this week in Redmond . Benjamin J. Romano of the Seattle Times covers today how Bill Gates demonstrated the Touch Wall at the CEO Summit in Redmond this week... "On Wednesday, he gave about...
  • Blog Post: News: Nanotech may improve battery life 10x

    This isn't hot news, but it is news, finding its way to my mailbox today. Alex Serpo at CNET reports here on MSN Tech & Gadgets that Stanford assistant professor Yi Cui found a tenfold Improvement in battery life... "Stanford University researchers have made a discovery that could signal the arrival...
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