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  • jamespr's WebLog

    MEDC World Tour : Day 11 + 12, London (June 13rd and 14th) - Journey to Malaysia

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    When you're doing an international trip that ends up being a complete circuit of the world and stops in at lots of countries in different time zones you eventually lose track of where you are and what time it is. What's going to end up happening is that...
  • jamespr's WebLog

    MEDC World Tour : Flight 5 (Singapore to Kuala Lumpur) - Change of Flight

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    When I got to singapore I found my planned flight on Japan Airlines had been cancelled. Fortunately, they were able to transfer me to Qatar Airways who had a flight to KL that was scheduled before my planned flight. Flight Game Plan : Too short to...
  • jamespr's WebLog

    Outted By MrsMEDC! and some thoughts about media formats

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    If you're following the comments in your blog you'll notice that my wife (posting under the guise of MrsMEDC) drew attention to my deliberately vague use of the term MP3 Player. As ever she keeps me honest ;-) Well, there's no hiding the fact that...
  • Just Coding

    NLog: New .Net log engine

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    You know I've been working with logs for some time.. http://blogs.msdn.com/rido/archive/2004/05/07/LogsAndTraces.aspx http://blogs.msdn.com/rido/articles/FileRollerTraceListener.aspx today I've found a new log API that looks exactly what...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Batman Begins

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    Wow. Overall, the reviews for Batman Begins have been good, but not out-of-this-world. Nevertheless, the trailer had me excited about this movie, and my wife and I went to see it tonight. I don't want to build up too many expectations, but I loved this...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    More on C# 2.0, SpecSharp, and C-Omega from Anders

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    I really enjoyed Eamon O'Tuathail's presentation last Wednesday on the future of C#, which included glimpses of C-Omega and SpecSharp, two Microsoft Research language projects. C-Omega is a strongly typed, data oriented programming language that bridges...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    David Ornstein talks about FlexWiki - and wall-sized screens

    Scoble has posted a fascinating Channel 9 video interview with David Ornstein . David describes what makes wikis work, how his own FlexWiki advances the state of the art, and speculates about what type of people like wikis. His PC display setup is...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Don't click here

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    DONTCLICK.IT is an imaginary interactive research institute - a Flash site created by Alex Frank who's working on a diploma in Communication Design at the University of Essen-Duisburg in Germany ( via Usability in the News ). The site is an exploration...
  • Marcus Perryman's WebLog

    Autorun installation

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    My first post on this blog was about deploying application and I touched briefly on autorun.exe. I have been asked several times to expand on this and go into the details so here it is! Windows Mobile supports a simple, automated way of installing...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    The Great British Venn Diagram

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    I was asked the other day what the difference is between the United Kingdom and Great Britain. Sam provides the clearest explanation I've found so far. ( Via groovy mother )
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    What's going on at the Tech Tour?

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    The Register tells us the Tech Tour is so famous and attracts so many attendees, that MS/AMD ran out of cheap motherboads they lured attendees with. Come on, what did you expect after we made so much noise about the importance of 64-bit ... "Due...
  • Mikhail Arkhipov (MSFT)'s WebLog

    Design view dude going away lunch

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    Today we had going away lunch with Ben (aka Design view dude ). What is that 'going away lunch' thing? It is a good Microsoft tradition to buy a lunch for the entire team when someone leaves. Have a lunch together, listen to war stories, say goodbuy...
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