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  • Antimail

    Who da'Punk?

    • 7 Comments
    While the whole mini-msft seems to be an interesting blog these days, I personally just don't buy into the anonymity thing. I don't know, and I can't explain why - personally I just feel wrong about the idea. Second, there is a very high risk that it...
  • Ravi Rao's Blog

    Event name suggestions?

    • 9 Comments
    So, we are trying to figure out a good name for an event for the following: The mechanism by which you access published capabilities and objects from a person near you is by calling the PeerCollabRefreshEndpointData() API. This API effectively refreshes...
  • craigrow

    I'd like a PC, hold the Windows please

    • 6 Comments
    This is a great article. When I saw Dell was offering a PC without Windows I went to the web site to find out how much money a person could actually save by purchasing a PC without Windows. There was so much obsfucation I gave up. Follow the link. It...
  • Microsoft RSS Blog

    The orange icon...

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    It’s great that a discussion of icons has recently restarted in the RSS community. We are in the process of figuring out what icon to use on our toolbar in IE7 to represent feeds. There are five parts of the experience for feeds in IE7: discovering if...
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    Projects Coming Back

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    Having spent the better part of the last 7-8 months working with a dedicated team to revive GotDotNet, it excites me every time I see a cool project go up on Workspaces. In the site's darkest days, it was like a ghost town version of a website. I was...
  • The Little Wheel Goes in Back

    Moving Lights on Roads

    • 3 Comments
    I just noticed a comment from 'Raphotograhper' concerning the old FS2000 feature of moving lights on roads. Jason just spilled the beans on that over at PixelPoke . Check it out!
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Simple things, fractal scenarios

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    Jan Miksovky as written a wonderful little post on the challenges of the user experience (UX) design world and how apparently simple things can turn complex and hellish very quickly. He describes this creeping, but rapid complexity as 'fractal'. A...
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  • The Little Wheel Goes in Back

    Workin' for a Living

    • 5 Comments
    I have to admit I have a great job and I feel quite fortunate to do what I do. Much of the credit goes to my wife who, back before we were married, suggested I contact the FS team about a job. At the time I was a PM on a project called NetDocs that was...
  • The Little Wheel Goes in Back

    The Blogroll is Growing!

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    More folks from the FlightSim team have caught the blogging bug. Check out the links in the left pane!
  • Satisfy Me

    Waveland Express departing...

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    Although I use this space as a look at customer and partner satisfaction, a quick "good luck" to Sara and her husband on their way to Waveland. I heard from several people at the office that her bake sale was a success. Here's more info about her quest...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    This Job May Make You Go Blind

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    I have no further comment on this one . OK, maybe one comment. But I'll keep it to myself. OK, I won't: Geez, guys, what were you thinking? And what's worse is the comment from their supervisor: "The officers didn't cross that line of engaging in intercourse...
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