Buggin' My Life Away

Musings of a Mad Mac Maven

September, 2005

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    Abriendo Puertas con XML

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    When Win Office 2003 shipped, there was a great deal of debate as to the “openness” of Microsoft’s use of XML. The debate resurfaced with the announcement of the new Office 12 XML-based file formats, and it’s been further brought to the fore in recent...
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    The MVP's are Coming!

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    And some are already here. Microsoft's global summit of Most Valued Professionals is this week. The official kick-off is tomorrow, and ends on Saturday. Scoble says he's looking forward to seeing what the MVPs learn from us, but I get excited about...
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    Sometimes I Feel...

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    I have a sick sense of humor. Ed Fries told me that. It's out in left field and loaded with various inside jokes. Half the fun is seeing how many people get the joke. One of the ways I've done this is through the "Currently Playing in iTunes" feature...
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    Goin' Down to Rosedale

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    I was all set to post an article about Mac BU’s place in Microsoft’s recent reorg, when John Welch at bynkii.com posted this . I appreciate John’s advocacy on behalf of Mac BU. His heart’s always been in the right place. Unfortunately, John’s understanding...
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    KatrinaSafe--the Entourage Connection

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    Dan Manrique tells part of the story of katrinasafe.com , with more to come. I thought you might like to know that Rebecca Harris is currently a tester in Mac BU. Gil Gordon, Steve Friesen and Omar Shahine are former Mac BU people who've moved to hotmail...
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    A Meager Tribute

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    With all the political wrangling and the coulda-shoulda-woulda flotsam bobbing to the surface in Katrina's wake, it's all too easy to forget the unique role that New Orleans played in the development of a uniquely American art form. Were it not for New...
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