Monthly Archives: March 2006

Google: “Paris Hilton of the Tech World” (NPR)

Today on NPR there’s a good story, "Doin’ the Dozens on Google", that looks at the success of Google. My favorite quote of the week: (Brian Cooley, Editor-at-Large at CNET) said Google is mostly a "perpetual motion machine, succeeding because … Continue reading

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How much does spam weigh? (And what to do about it)

Cross post from my business blog, as there may be some interest here. Last week I started a series of posts that provide info, tips and feedback on how Microsoft is meeting some of major issues that impact our customer and … Continue reading

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Ray Ozzie on the clipboard model for the web

Ray Ozzie is at it with a concept to extend the clipboard user model to the web… I call this new concept Live Clipboard, because we view “live” efforts as those providing users with seamless end-to-end scenarios that “just work” … Continue reading

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Talking about Windows Live OneCare – Changes, Changes, Changes

  As noted on my Microsoft blog this week…  Windows Live OneCare – Changes, Changes, Changes Today, we started rolling out a OneCare beta refresh to all our current beta customers.  For those of you that have already received the latest … Continue reading

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