Category Archives: Computers and Internet

Blogging on MSDN more and more

I’m finding that my time spent blogging is on MSDN, which has been easier given the topics I’ve covered recently. When I have something to say that doesn’t fit there of a personal bent, I’ll post it here.   But … Continue reading

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Review of the Sony HDR-HC1 video camera

Den Guru looks at the Sony HDR-HC1E, a $1,200 DV camcorder targeted at prosumers. Although it may be too much for consumers, it’s one of the hottest choices for consumer HD video.   http://www.denguru.com/2006/03/30/sony_hdr_hc1/  

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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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FON is off hook – a very cool Wi-Fi service

Thanks to my friend Richard for his blog entry on FON, a Spanish company acting as a directory of sorts for worldwide Wi-Fi access points. FON touts its beta service as a Global Community of people who want to share their … Continue reading

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How to set up a Windows Media Center Extender

Ever run into problems while you were setting up a Media Center Extender? It can be difficult and sometimes troublesome. See this post for more details, which included the following step-by-step tutorial (thanks, Gus!): Set up your Media Center Edition … Continue reading

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