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  • Jensen Harris: An Office User Interface Blog

    Status Bar Update

    Yesterday, I walked you through some of the history of the status bar. Today, I'm going to write about what we've done in Office 12. It's not a radical departure from previous versions, but there are some nice improvements. I mentioned yesterday...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Debugging ADMHost

    A few people have noticed that the ADMHost sample is not set up to do mixed mode debugging by default. If you're working with this sample and you'd like to debug through both halves of the host, you'll need to enable this mode. Right click on the...
  • The Old New Thing

    The first rule about knit club...

    You know the drill....
  • Moj mali spletni dnevnik

    Windows Live Domains Beta

    Registracija lasne domene v Windows Live Domains omogoča lastnikom katerekoli internetne domene izdelavo računa Hotmail z latnim naslovom elektronske pošte. Tako lahko lastniki domen uporabljajo brezplačno elektronsko pošto Hotmail, kasneje tudi nadgradnjo...
  • Notes from a dark corner

    Make exceptions the exception (rather than the rule)

    Happy New Year to anyone reading this! I'm ashamed to realise that it is over a month since I last blogged anything. I've had plenty things that I've come across that I've thought "oh I must blog that" but it's amazing how things like Christmas shopping...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    NH User Group

    Meeting Announcement New Hampshire Dot Net User Group www.NHDN.COM January 5, 2006 The BU Corporate Education Center, Tyngsboro on the Third Thursday each month from 6 to 8:30 in the Auditorium Jan 19 - Declarative data sources...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    The Eyes of Texas Are Upon You...

    Hook 'em Horns! I sure hope Mark Richt was watching this performance and lets the new recruiting class for 2006 actually play without kicking the damned ball.
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Getting the goods

    Thanks to all that attended yesterday’s presentation on Assorted Goodies in the .NET Framework 2.0. Lots of good stuff can be found in the System.NET, System.Data, and the System.IO namespaces. As promised the deck and slides can be downloaded from here...
  • Marcus Perryman's WebLog

    Palm Treo - MSFP?

    Does the new Treo support MSFP? That seems to be the hot question at the moment and Jason Langridge has just answered it on his blog , " the Treo 700w does not use AKU v2.0 and therefore does not contain the Messaging and Security Feature Pack ......
  • Benjamin Wright-Jones

    UK TechNet Briefing: Whats NEW in SQL 2005 - Integration Services

    If you're in the UK and near the Microsoft office in Reading on 24th January, please come along to the TechNet Briefing Whats NEW in SQL 2005 - Integration Services
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Silly little bit of Broadway trivia I didn't know

    As I mentioned, my mom, Daniel and I went to see "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" on B'way the other day. A great show, Daniel's first time in a real Broadway theater. I do have to say that his jaw was slack during some of the jokes - it's a very earthy show...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Treo 700w and MSFP

    Since the launch by Verizon yesterday I've had lots of emails from customers confused as to whether the Treo 700w contains the Messaging and Security Feature Pack. From Palm's specification on their site:
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