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  • Blog Post: IC08: Imagine Cup 2008 Update – Team SOAK through to Finals!!

    Team SOAK is winning hearts and minds here in Paris. To date they’ve delivered their presentation some 3 times in the various rounds of competition. Our first goal was to get through the two heats of round one, to be announced as one of 12 teams in the Semi-Finals. That was Saturday. Delivery #3 was...
  • Blog Post: Twitter for those who still don't get it

    I've blogged about Twitter before, and usually wouldn't go on about it. But two observations this week: The only people who keep talking about how they "don't get Twitter" or "don't see the value in it" are those whom haven't used it. A cool presentation from Josh Holmes' blog explaining some of the...
  • Blog Post: SWMUG May 2008

    What a great meeting of minds last night at SWMUG. Er, that's the Sydney Windows Mobile Usergroup to the uninitiated. We kicked off with a segment on Microsoft and Mobile News from April. I seriously thought that this would be a 5 min segment summarising perhaps 4 or 5 happenings over the last month...
  • Blog Post: Heroes Happen Launch - Adelaide

    We're in Adelaide, and it's HOT, HOT, HOT!!! Not only with the launch, but also the weather. 11th consecutive day of +35 deg C temperatures. Walking outside is like peering into a furnace. The summer that Sydney missed. Those of you following our exploits will know that I was down to deliver the Keynote...
  • Blog Post: How Twitter makes it real

    Another great article giving thoughtful consideration to this technology. I must admit, I personally find twitter more compelling than Facebook. BBC NEWS | Technology | How Twitter makes it real The author puts in an interesting thought about how Twitter is somewhere between Online and Offline.... What...
  • Blog Post: I'd never have thought it

    Heard of Twitter ? That's a question I've asked at 3 presentations I've given recently. It's one of those "polarising" questions. All of the audiences I've asked the question have been technical people, both within and out of the Microsoft ecosystem. Even with this audience there are a minority...
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