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Late last year, my pal Mel Carson dropped me a line and asked if I fancied showing Stephen Fry some of our technology. Naturally I leapt at the chance and a month or so later, Mel and I spent a thoroughly enjoyable 90 minutes with Stephen and I toured him through Worldwide Telescope, Seadragon, Pivot...
17 Oct 2010
Microsoft News Center goes mobile
My colleagues on the News Center team quietly rolled out a mobile version of News Center this week…we’re all over this mobile phone thing :) Tweet
8 Oct 2010
Microsoft’s HTML5 strategy and open dialogue
I just finished reading Ed Bott’s fine post “ Microsoft fires back at critics of its HTML5 strategy” and not only did it educate me, it reminded me of how we differ in our approach to Apple when it comes to communication. I’m not saying one is right or wrong but when I saw Charles Arthur of the Guardian...
3 May 2010
Microsoft and Ford collaborate on Hohm
Microsoft and Ford have partnered for a while on on SYNC for integrated in car communications and entertainment. Today that partnership gets extended with the announcement that Hohm , our online residential energy management service, will appear in future Ford electric vehicles and the two companies...
31 Mar 2010
Trouble in the valley
I really just wanted to share this great image from the NY Times today though the story it supports is pretty compelling too. The PR statements are priceless and a battle built on emotion as the NYT suggests this one is means not all decisions will be rational. Should be intriguing to watch. One piece...
14 Mar 2010
The App magnet wars
Fridge magnets from Jailbreak Toys – quite cute and they reminded me of some similar magnets I bought about 11 years ago at the now defunct Microsoft Store in San Francisco. hat tip to LikeCool
11 Mar 2010
Changing perception on release cycles
Steve Levy’s article in last months Wired US, How Google’s Algorithm Rules the Web is a fascinating read. It gives a great insight in to how Google works and just how much happens the moment after you enter a search term and hit the enter key. There are a number of references to Bing in there...
9 Mar 2010
Microsoft Project Gustav
Microsoft Paint you have served us well but step aside, Gustav is in the house. Another video from Microsoft’s TechFest , shot by TechCrunch Project Gustav is a realistic painting-system prototype that enables artists to become immersed in the digital painting experience. It achieves interactivity...
3 Mar 2010
Microsoft and cloud interoperability
[click image for full size version] The cloud is everywhere – literally, but also in the mainstream press as well as the IT press these days. We all use it with no real concern for the technology going on in the background though I’d argue that will come under the spotlight more and more over...
1 Feb 2010
The cloud in Europe – challenges and opportunities
In the last hour, Brad Smith, Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Microsoft gave a speech titled “ Technology leadership in the 21st century: How cloud computing will change our world ”. It follows a similar speech he gave last week in the US about building confidence in the cloud. In that speech...
26 Jan 2010
Cheat sheet: Google, Microsoft, Apple and Yahoo
Nick Bilton/The New York Times A great chart from Nick Bilton in the NY Times today that shows which businesses Google, Microsoft, Apple and Yahoo are in. What surprised me most is that only one row is unticked for Microsoft. We’re in a lot of business, some we do well in, others we have plenty...
25 Jan 2010
Steve Ballmer signs a Mac
My bet is this shows up on eBay pretty soon. I assume it’s running Windows 7 right? Photos of the resulting MBP are online too
22 Jan 2010
Channel 9 Land
No prizes for guessing where my day started today. I have a few of these fellows on my desk at home (not this size)….I’ll try to grab a few whilst here to hand out when I get back to the UK.
20 Jan 2010
Microsoft does humour?
Is it just me who thinks The Independent has missed the point when Steve Ballmer holds up an HP slate and shows an apple on it? I mean seriously, is there any room for humour or is that only allowed in Steve Jobs’ keynotes? Thankfully Fortune has a sense of humour…
8 Jan 2010
The Microsoft blog arrives
Well, well….we now have an official company blog – not before time. There are literally thousands of Microsoft bloggers doing a fine job making this company more transparent than I think any of our competition and now we can add an company wide blog to that list. Frank Shaw who heads up our corporate...
6 Jan 2010
Microsoft acquires Opalis
We just announced we’ve acquired Opalis Software , a Toronto-based private company that is a leader in IT process automation software. Opalis will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Microsoft. What do they do? Opalis v6.0 automates the integration and orchestration of cloud actions such as: Cloud Bursting...
11 Dec 2009
That’s how many years I have been at Microsoft as of today. Wow, it flew by…I earned some grey hairs along the way but wouldn’t change a thing. Here’s 12 random facts to mark the occasion My first Microsoft laptop had 16mb of RAM and a floppy drive…and it still boots. But it weighs ~7lbs...
1 Dec 2009
Geek Spotting #2
How to spot a geek #2 - they talk about Redmond & Cupertino rather than Microsoft and Apple
11 Nov 2009
Microsoft in Style
I was flicking through the Sunday Times Style magazine yesterday – as one does to keep up with the fashionistas – and almost fell off my armchair and dropped my pipe when I saw Microsoft in the “going up” list at the front of the magazine. This is a sort of “hot or not” list of current trends which I...
12 Oct 2009
LE BOOK to use Microsoft Tag
I’m delighted to see my friends at LE BOOK are using Microsoft Tag in their 2010 edition of the design bible. Premiering with the 2010 edition of LE BOOK, contributors to our print edition will have the opportunity to place tags on their pages. Through a readily available app, iPhones, BlackBerry...
21 Sep 2009
Microsoft interactive installation
Damn…I was in Redmond last week and missed this interactive installation from MODE Studios even though I was in this building. I’m guessing it wasn’t on at the time as they’re no way I’d have missed this. Oh well, at least I got to see the huge underground car park garage :) thanks to Long
21 Sep 2009
ImageResizer now available for Windows 7
One of my favourite Windows tools has just become available for Windows 7 – and in the nick of time as I’m spending some of my time off this week sorting our my digital photo collection. Originally a PowerToy for Windows XP you can now grab it for Windows 7 via Codeplex. ImageResizer for Windows...
2 Sep 2009
How some popular websites looked back in the day
It’s amazing what a decade or more of web design can do. The Telegraph shows us today h ow 20 popular websites looked when they launched . That’s Apple.com up above and here is a screenshot I took of it just now Back when I used to write HTML in notepad by hand, there wasn’t much to play...
2 Sep 2009
The lessons of Microsoft Bob
Monica Harrington’s guest post on Techflash on The lessons of Bob is a great read. Bob has had it’s fair share of critics over the years and it’s now the butt of jokes from ourselves. For those who don’t know the history it’s on Wikipedia . What’s great about Monica’s post though is the lessons...
19 Aug 2009
Kaka plays for Microsoft
A.C. Milan WINS more games with Microsoft I was trawling through a few videos today during a slow few hours in the office (ha ha) and came across this one – a video about AC Milan and the Milan Lab. I’m always on the lookout for good Microsoft stories and this seems like one of those. The video isn’t...
19 Aug 2009
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