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My name is William Cornwill, I am the Collaboration Platform Technology Solutions Professional (TSP) for Australia and Pacific Islands. I work for Microsoft Australia.  In this capacity I support the Technical Presales activities around SharePoint. Prior to coming across to Microsoft I was working for a Gold Partner.   I am a beginner bike rider who enjoys riding with my family along the many creek trails and bike paths in Melbourne, Australia.   I recently competed in my first MTB race - 5hr enduro laps around a 9km loop and I got extremely muddy.  I also train in Goju Ryu Karate for fun and exercise and recently graded to 5th Kyu.

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    Save As DAISY XML add-in for Microsoft Word

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    As mentioned on Mark Harrison 's blog; Microsoft in conjunction with Sonata Software and the Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY) Consortium has released a software add-in to help those who have difficulty reading printed documents to turn Word...
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    STSADM command line tool

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    Have you ever tried to find that elusive command line argument for STSADM, well Ian Morrish has created a great little resource that provides a list of the command line arguments grouped by category. http://www.wssdemo.com/Lists/stsadm/AllItems.aspx
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    Son of GrumpyWookie to be a young web developer

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    This is the son of a friend of mine Chris O'Connor ( GrumpyWookie ).   It is very funny how the sons of nerd become nerds (my son is also a chip of my shoulder)...I also like the way he promotes SharePoint and C#.
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    Tech Ed 2008, Sydney 2-5 September

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    The Australian TechEd 2008 web site has been launched.  Check it out for information on the agenda.  It has RSS feeds to keep you up to date and also uses Silverlight .  I will also be presenting at TechEd this year.  Don't forget...
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