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  • Blog Post: 31 Days to Build a Better Blog Challenge

    I follow @problogger on Twitter and am starting off the 31 Days to Build a Better Blog Challenge.   We started by defining the mission of your blog , and today we’re moving onto the elevator pitch.  So, will I improve my blog … we’ll see, let me know if you see something you like!
  • Blog Post: Mission: Springboard from Mortarboard to Onboard

    I started this blog because I wanted a place to encapsulate all the opportunities that Microsoft has for students.  When I joined Microsoft as an academic evangelist, I learned about a lot of great programs and ideas of which most students were unaware.  A lot of these programs existed when...
  • Blog Post: Introduction

    Today is a big day for Springboard!  Hilary's blog is changing to "Hilary and Diane's blog."  Now, we'll both bring topics to help you Springboard toward your career goals. Look forward to even more great content for you to consume.  :-)  I'm returning from almost 5 months...
  • Blog Post: 7 Unmissable Tips for Writing Great Content for the Web

    Whether you put out technical how-tos on YouTube, create Facebook events, write for school or love to blog. Creating great content is a task that requires practice and revision. Freelance Folder has great tips for creating good content. Here are a few teasers, you can read the full article at Freelance...
  • Blog Post: Windows Live Writer: Format C# or .NET Code for Blog

    In an earlier entry ( Format C# or .NET Code for your Blog or Website ), I linked to manoli.net/csharpformat as a great web site for formatting C# or .NET Code for you blog. Clint Rutkas pointed out that Windows Live Writer has a plug-in that uses Jean-Claude Manoli's library: Insert Code for Windows...
  • Blog Post: Format C# or .NET Code for your Blog or Website

    In my last post, Basic Scripts for Windows Server , I posted some code onto my blog. I found a great website for formating C#, VB, HTML, XML, and Powershell Code. I also added a gray background to the code by adding a style to the <pre> tag: < PRE style ="BACKGROUND: #dddddd"
  • Blog Post: Penpal++? ClustrMaps are not your mother's penpal

    When I was in school we used to have penpals. Our class signed up with a class from elsewhere in the US or elsewhere in the world and the students were put into pairs. We wrote to our penpals and they wrote to us. You felt "connected" to some remote location that you could only read about in books or...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Streaming on Your Blog

    I'm a beginner to webcasting, video creation, and streaming. I spent a week in Dallas at a Silverlight training and we discussed how to start using Silverlight on your blog. John Mullinax pointed me to a great blog entry on how to plug-in Silverlight using Expression Encoder and Silverlight Streaming...
  • Blog Post: Nicknames and online presence

    I wanted to start blogging. This sounds like an easy prospect, however, there are SO many blogs and I wanted to create something interesting ... not another write-only place on the internet. I decided to create an online persona through Springboard. Why this approach? I knew I wasn't cool enough to...
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