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    Microsoft Student Partners Makeover

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    The Microsoft Student Partners website got a much needed makeover.  Now you can see the profiles of students in your country.  Please note, only a subset of countries have been included in this first release.  Here is one of the MSPs from...
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    Installing Win7 from USB onto Netbook or EeePC

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    My team at Microsoft won a diversity award and part of the prize was a new Asus EeePC .  I’m installing Win7 on it today, thanks to some instructions Clint Rutkas laid out.  I’ll post them here in case you’re in the same boat.  Please note...
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    MIX Web Design Conference Direct from a Student

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    Microsoft Students 2 Business is a Microsoft community that helps students connect with Microsoft partners and professionals to gain experience, mentoring and jobs.  This month, Microsoft Students 2 Business sent Janis Lee at UIUC to attend the MIX...
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    Microsoft Student with Encarta for Free

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    Get Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium 2009 at no additional cost when you license the 2007 Microsoft Office suite, or any component thereof, before June 30, 2009*! Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium 2009 is the ultimate homework assistant for...
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    Alfred’s Monday Morning Links

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    Alfred Thompson posts a set of links each week that are a great source of information.  A few of these that are particularly relevant, find the full article here or follow Alfred on Twitter . Got girls? Live in Texas? UT Austin has a girls tech camp...
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    Kodu Now available on PC

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    Kodu , a game programming environment for kids of all ages is now available on PC. Watch Alfred demonstrate how it works. (turn up the volume it���s soft) Who’s using Kodu? In Detroit, Michigan we have been watching our friends at Explorer Elementary who...
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