Some of my attendees have noticed me using one of the new SanDisk Cruzer Micro 4GB flash drives during my presentations, and have asked about it.
I'm taking advantage of a new feature in Windows Vista: Windows ReadyBoost.
This is a cool feature that allows Windows Vista to use flash memory to increase performance.
Since I'm typically running VPCs for my presentations, which usually need as much memory as I can possibly allocate to them, this comes in extremely handy to improve performance during my shows.
For those of you wanting more details (which probably means most of you), my buddy John Baker blogged some more info about it.