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  • Tim Sneath

    Strewth, He's Mad as a Cut Snake!

    According to today's Independent , an Australian man yesterday became the world's oldest skydiver, beating the record previously set by a 94 year old Norwegian. Frank Moody, aged 101 years old , accepted a drunken dare from his mates and jumped in tandem...
  • David Fries' WebLog

    Pairwise Testing for Dummies

    So, imagine that you're a tester, and your job is to test a pogo stick. Yes, a pogo stick. So, you sit down, and brainstorm (like I did just now) a list of things that you might try to do to break the pogo stick, while still within bounds of “normal”...
  • Aaron Margosis' Non-Admin, App-Compat and Sysinternals WebLog

    The easiest way to run as non-admin

    This is the really important one for your non-techie friends and relatives ......
  • Bing it on

    Quote of the Day

    Loved this quote I got in my Quote of the Day RSS Feed by H. L. Mencken (no idea who he is though): " It is even harder for the average ape to believe that he has descended from man. " Love it when people humorously and subtly put man in his...
  • Somasegar's blog

    Countdown to Sao Paulo

    Right now, we are 446 hours away from the Imagine Cup announcement of the 2004 winners. This is the second annual Imagine Cup contest currently under way. For those of you who haven’t heard about this, Imagine Cup is a technology contest that provides...
  • David Kline

    Howdy folks

    All logs need an introduction post, so.... here it is :) I've been at Microsoft for a good long time (since 1991) and have been involved with a number of very cool products (Windows 95, Windows NT/2000, DirectX). Prior to joining Microsoft, I attended...
  • AKipman's MSBuild blog

    TechEd Europe here we come!!! T minus 10 days

    I can't wait... are you packed yet? For those that are going to be there, there will be cool MSBuild activities for you. The roster includes two Hands on Labs and one breakout session. They are: DEV356 Visual Studio 2005 : Managing the Enterprise Build...
  • PeteL's Blog

    Film is done

    After returning from 4 weeks in Europe, I can now say, that it took 3 weeks, but I've developed all 63 rolls of black and white film that I shot in Paris. Now, to start making some nice fiber prints...
  • One Louder

    Morphing your marketing career into a technical marketing career (step one)

    Many people have asked me for advice on morphing a marketing career into a technical marketing career. It can be tough to make a career shift when there are so many people out there looking for a new opportunity; and many of them already have a technical...
  • PeteL's Blog

    ASP.NET Forums @ Microsoft

    If you've visited you know about the ASP.NET forums. A pretty good little web forum application. For a v1 product, its pretty darn good, its stable, handles huge numbers of posts (close to 600,000 posts as of today), is easy...
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    Reward Programs

    I’ve been battling for the past day with the Starwood Corporation. They are the group that own hotels like the Westin, Sheraton, the W, etc. Personally I love the beds at the Westin and try to stay at one whenever I’m traveling for either...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Finding Pocket Outlook Object Model (POOM) documentation

    Today I was once again reminded how hard it is to find POOM documentation in MSDN. For those who also have this frustration, here's the link:
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