Rudi Larno's WebLog

The One And Many

August, 2004

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    Ferrari Fast Portable from Acer

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    Whooo, take a look at this nice portable from Acer: The Ferrari 3200 It actually has a 64-bit AMD processor onboard but it can run 32-bit code. So you can load up your Windows XP Pro 32 bit edition, and in the near future you will also be able to put...
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    Innovation inspired by your Potential

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    The 'Your Potential, Our Passion' campaign has been in Microsoft for over a year now. And the first time I saw some of the to-be-telivised ads, I was impressed. It is one of the best videos I have seen in years from Microsoft. This is a nice follow up...
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    Give IE Feedback

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    The IE team had been heavily involved in XP SP2, rightly so, the even say that themselves. But they are now looking at gathering feedback for the next release. If you want to make an impact, head over to the Wiki on Channel 9 . I'd say: collect your top...
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    Comments on XP SP2

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    Here are my reflections on the comments posted to Take a service stop and clean your windows dragon_x, I somehow do not understand your point. If you have done soo much work to make your system better and more secure, you must know that there are many...
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    SmartPhones

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    He 's got one, I know he wants one, and soon I hope to get one myself, but really I think I'll wait for this one: World's smallest smartphone: SPV - C500 ; or Qtek 8010 as it will be known here. Oficially available in the UK here , so probably next year...
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    Take a service stop and clean your windows

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    Of course, this is about Windows XP Service Pack 2, but as my co-worker Alain wrote in ' About backward compatibility of XP SP2: Life has changed ... ', I also have my own view on this. It actually struck me when driving towards the south of France, a...
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    Allegiance

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    While perusing the otherwise very interesting and usually somewhat 'over-my-head' downloads from MSR, I came across the Source Code Download of Allegiance . This is a game that has been around for eons (ok, yes 4 years, but were talking space sims...
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    IL Merge utility from MS Research

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    This can be an interesting tool (haven't tried it myself yet, but will do so soon). ILMerge takes a set of input assemblies and merges them into one target assembly. The first assembly in the list of input assemblies is the primary assembly. When the...
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    Python for .NET

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    I've read some stuff around Python for .NET before and I found the article from Jim Hugunin very interesting, especially for getting a better insight on how the CLR works internally. Turns out Jim has joined the Microsoft CLR team , and is starting...
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