Randy Holloway at Microsoft

Blogging from the field.

May, 2004

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    Interacting with speakers at TechEd

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    Chris Kinsman , who was my track chair at VSLive! a couple of years ago, describes the speaker room situation at TechEd this year. Having given a few talks at these types of conferences before, I can relate to the situation. As a speaker, you want to...
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    A Month at Microsoft

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    I ran across Ian's site and his comments about working for Microsoft via Scoble , and it reminded me that my first month at Microsoft came to a close last Wednesday. I'm due for another post. Some readers probably expect that I'll go on and on about how...
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    No Excerpts Please

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    My friend and former colleague Todd Kitta has just started a blog , and he writes about his frustration with recent changes to a News.com RSS feed. I agree with Todd's point- I've seen a number of the political bloggers fall into this same trip and ultimately...
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    Using Skype

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    I'm using Skype now- I had a great conversation with Brad last night and I'm now hooked. This is a great tool, I recommend that you try it out. If you want to add me to your contact list, my user name is “randyholloway”.
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    Employee webloggers- what are best practices to follow?

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    Robert , Joshua , and others have been discussing guidelines for employee weblogging. Much of this discussion was sparked (or rekindled ) by a recent entry by Tim Bray . When I jumped into the discussion, my main question was this- “Should we treat...
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    Technology in Education- Microsoft vs. Apple

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    My friend Tom Bridge has written an excellent memo to a local school board regarding their findings in support of new technology investments in their district. While I do not agree with all of his statements, his memo is very well written, thoughtful...
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