Archive for October, 2007

We took Declan to visit his Aunt on Sunday.  They got a shot of the look of horror on the scary clown’s face as his dad was about viciously attack tickle him!   On a happier note, I think Declan loved his baby food and picture frame.  Even though we wouldn’t let him eat the […]


Over time, I’ve learned to be a little more conscious of the risk of using beta software.  Especially something in CTP. We’re currently planning an internal virtual machine hosting server, and I was considering Windows Server 2008 Virtualization.  Then I learned from the Virtually Vista blog that the virtualization component available in Server 2008 RC0 […]


Joe Calev posted that the Unified Communications Client API (UCCA) is available.  You can download it from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=82c468da-3294-4ca9-bbcc-d455cfd06af2&displaylang=en Now, if I can come up with something to do with it other than annoy my coworkers, I’ll be set!


My last couple of posts have been from Windows Live Writer, and I can say I really like it, so far.  Opening it up to write a post is very quick compared to using Word or actually browsing to live.com.  The style detection it does so you get a true WYSIWYG experience is also great. […]


How To Pack

04Oct07

One Bag offers lots of tips on how to pack lightly.  I could have used this before my trip to Denver for the World Partner Conference.  I waaay over-packed for that one.  I’ll have to get my list finalized before I spend a couple of work weeks in Indy late this month. Let’s see… scratch […]


Paul Thurrott of the SuperSite for Windows and the Windows Weekly podcast has posted that there are new fixes available for Vista.  If you’re having any problems with Vista, especially one listed specifically in these knowledge base articles, then definitely download and install them. Vista Updates (Microsoft)October 2007 Cumulative Update for Media Center for Windows […]