SharePoint, MOSS? and all the other questions
Off of PCWorld.
The next generation of DVD to be known as HD-DVD (High Definition and High Denisity DVD) is to be the same size (4.7 inch) as normal DVDs but are to store as much as 20GB of data.
Most of us probably already do know that Justin Frankel has left AOL, but if you happen to download the latest version of Winamp (i.e. 5.02), dont forget to check the Version History.
The last item under version 5.02 reads
"<3 farewell Justin <3" ....
Isnt this cute, Monty & Susan's personal site runs on SharePoint 2003.
Nice work with template guys - ;)
This blog has a lot of cool SharePoint information.
Plus his WebPart tool looks cool.
Here's Microsofts directory of Webcomponents for SharePoint
I am not sure whether Justin has had anything to do with this, but Waste is making a resurgence.Other stuff that caught my eye today was the MyDoom variant that targets the RIAA site.And then there is Skype. Free international phone calls, really. Hey where have I seen this gag before ......
I know I am lazy; and I mean really lazy, because today I was wishing that Mike would provide the template for his WSSFAQ site as a .fwp.Ofcourse right now it would be only me who would benefit, since I have a need for that template <evil grin>, but eventually as time goes on the uses for it would increase (and not only by me).I see prospects for the template for creating FAQsSupport sites (FAQ Variant)Internal Request trackingand whatever I need an FAQ variant at the time.Are there any others ......
Mike seems to be a bit self conscious about his grey hair.
Well Mike you have nothing to worry. As long as you keep maintaining "The WSSFaq" and frequenting the newsgroups, u'll be cool.
Off of Reuters.
Microsoft have apparently teamed up with RSA to provide a more stringent security authentication mechanism for Windows based on RSA's SecurID.
Just has some minor fixes and feature additions.
Get it here
Things just keep getting better [Via Jan Tielens' Bloggings]Now thats one item off my SPS Wishlist.I am still overwhelmed by the great sense of community around this product. The newsgroups are great (well, yes theres the odd 10 or 20 posts that go unaswered everyday, but hey so few experts, so many questions) And the folks on the SharePoint mailing list are really cool too, plus all those SPS community sites like MSD2D.com etc ......
Off of Techdirt Ethernet Powered Razor BladesYesterday we wrote about the digital electric guitar that used ethernet rather than standard cables. I had assumed that it was just the sound that was piped through the Ethernet, but it sounds like they are using Ethernet for power as well. These days lots of gadget sites talk about cool devices that are powered by USB (my favorite is the USB powered vacuum cleaner), but Cisco is pushing to get more people to start creating Ethernet powered devices, and ......
A posting from Internet News shows that the Linux Kernel prior to version 2.6.3, on the 2.6.x branch has a flaw, that can allow hackers to gain suprer user priviledges.
Not sure how this one got by me unnoticed, specially since its been out since January.
<sigh>Wishing IE was just as fast</sigh>
Patrick's points to Sig Webber's blog that shows you different possibilities with the default WebParts and a little "frontpage"ing.
He has got a neat set of WebParts that I should checkout on the bottom right of the page.
Btw this is the most blog-like "blog running on Sharepoint" I have seen
1. Scoble points to posting by Dana Epp
2. Paul Vick's 10 Rules of performance
Saw this post by Rory, and remembered the numerous number of times I have to fill in Lutz's donwload form everytime I want to update reflector.
Lutz whats up with that man? I am not complaining (much at least), its nice that the form is so small, although it can do without any of the other fields too.
Couple of refereces I think you might find usefull if you want to venture into xslt.
I came across this link a couple of days back, and I was playing with this feature in Frontpage today.Its pretty cool that you can pull your data from a datasource whether it be a database, xml file, webservice etc.., and generate a view like this above image is from MSDN articleonly with a few clicks. I am sure this one feature that any Portal designer will really love, coz I know a couple of dudes within the company I work for who eventually end up coding the UI front end, and database connection ......
I am not really sure if I've posted anything on this topic before. I feel like I have, but if so I couldnt find the post in the archive. So I am risking a second post. However I did asked a similar question up on the sharepoint newsgroup some time back.Over the past few months my team has been building an intranet application based on SharePoint. We've basically being rolling out our own custom WebParts.Whats very odd about managing a WebPart development project is that, versioning is a pain.To increment ......
Hey guys gets what?
Mikes Walsh (MVP) is finally online and blogging.
Ian, you can update the blogroll on your site now.
Mike, nice to have you online
Heres a tip I found for having multiple Netbios machine names for your windows box.
Heres a survey showing "American women over 40 spend nearly 50 percent more time each week playing online games than men.
Which brings me to another point, I really have to commend the folks at MSN for adding game support to MSN Messenger, its really cool the few minutes you can devote to those simple yet very interesting games.
I got a new machine at work, and for the first time in my whole working life the machine I have at work is faster than the one at home.Its a HP d530 SFF - so this fast business - whats that all about you might ask? Well right now only the fact that its got a P4 processor with Hyperthreading(oh yeah!)Anyways I would provide you a with a better link than the above one but I cant find any.So heres a couple of pics off of google's image search. Warning! please be advised that due temporary technical ......
"I have installed an interesting application - BlogJet. It's a cool Windows client for my blog tool (as well as for other tools). Get your copy here: http://blogjet.com"
Oh really - well ya
"Computers are useless. They can only give you answers." -- Pablo Picasso
Got this off Wininsider.com
Microsoft has released a connector for integrating SharePonit and MS CMS 2002. I just cant wait to see it in action.
Hmm need to go find myself a MS CMS Server now.......
I'm probably late on this take, but heres the news.
Theres a lawsuit
against Justin and Janet filed by a Teri Carlin blaming Jackson and Timberlake for causing her and millions of other unsuspecting viewers "to suffer outrage, anger, embarrassment and serious injury" wrt to the Superbowl stunt.
Serious Injury?... Does she mean eye-sore?
One of the nice things about SharePoint is that there are many ways of accessing the data. The most obvious is of course the web interface, but to accomplish thight integration with for example Office 2003, SharePoint offers a bunch of web services. These web services provide identically functionality as you get using the web interface; everything you can do in the web interface is possible using the web services! A nice example of the use of these web services is the integration with Office 2003. ......
Microsoft's new site!!
Well not really, just pre-emptive action agaisnt a possible DOS attack by MyDoom.B.
Have any of you seen WSS FAQ? Yeah? Which one? Today I discovered there are 2 sites that go by the same name, both running on SharePoint (Can the net get any nicer?) One is the very informative WSS FAQ by Collutions and the other is the WSS Demo Site The latter I came across today whilst trying to do a google search for the former (talk about stealing someones thunder). Anyways I was flattered to see me on their blog roll along with LauraJ, but my first thought on this was, where are the others, ......