Randy Holloway at Microsoft

Blogging from the field.

October, 2004

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    Personal blogs and your feedback

    I'm looking for feedback from those that view this weblog. Are you opposed to any sort of personal entries? Would you be interested in some personal commentary, or would you rather that this weblog only be focused on industry topics and/or MS technology...
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    Apples and Oranges

    Great comments from Dare on the comparison of Google Desktop Search and WinFS . Among them, the following: "Tools like Lookout and Google Desktop Search are a crutch to get around the fact that the file navigation metaphor on most desktop systems is past...
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    Still looking for smart clients

    So when I asked about smart client applications , I thought that I'd learn something new or find out about some great new tools. Sadly, I really didn't. Scoble points to a bunch of aggregator-style applications , and the comments didn't really point out...
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    Separated at birth?

    I saw a picture posted on Scott's site recently, and Ward Cunningham looks an awful lot like Marc Canter .
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    Where are all the smart clients?

    I read Scoble's post on IE , and I was struck by his comment that only 15% of his internet usage was centered around the browser. That's interesting, and certainly different than my usage. However, I have reduced my RSS feeds down to around 100 over the...
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    Office Server Products

    I'm back from a LONG hiatus- I hope I still have a reader or two left. So I read an article from Mary Jo on Office Servers . While I won't comment on unreleased products in a specific way, I wonder what people think of these concepts. For example, how...
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