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Nope, I am not a bit literary buff, but if I were to write a poem on SharePoint Designer it would consist of the following phrases.

Start

Open Site,

Work, work, work, Save

Work, Save, Crash

Start

Work, work, work, Save,

work, work, Close site, crash

Start

Work, Work, Save, Crash

 

Painfully tolerating Beta 2 till the technical refresh comes out.

Cross-posted from tariqayad.com

Posted on Thursday, August 24, 2006 3:56 AM SharePoint | Back to top


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# re: SPD Poem
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funny, I find it more like:
Start

Open Site,

Work, work, work, Save, Crash

Start

Work, work, work, Save, Crash

Start

Work, work, work, Save, Crash

give up


and to be serious for a moment, I found it to work a lot stabler (is that a word) if you work from a seperate machine and not from the server.
Left by Ishai Sagi on Aug 24, 2006 5:16 AM

# SPD (Sharepoint Designer) Poem - by Tariq ayad :-)
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Excellent and exactly description by tariq...   Start Open Site, Work, work, work, Save Work, Save,...
Left by Meron Fridman's Blog on Sep 06, 2006 11:53 AM

# www.r10.net küresel ısınmaya hayır seo yarışması
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www.r10.net küresel ısınmaya hayır seo yarışması , seo
Left by www.r10.net küresel ısınmaya hay on Nov 09, 2007 8:48 PM

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thanks admin
Left by sikiş on Sep 19, 2009 2:05 PM

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thanks admin exciting blog
information is the most beautiful treasures
Left by sikiş on Dec 25, 2009 2:31 AM

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thanks you
You will have to crawl very nice
Start Open Site, Work, work, work, Save Work,
Left by sikiş on Dec 27, 2009 5:29 AM

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thanks you
You will have to crawl very nice,owe you gratitude..
Left by sikiş on Jan 31, 2010 4:12 PM

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Thanks for the constructive feedback :) regarding the Overworld limitations and linearity, I only felt it limited in the sense that you aren't truely able to 'explore' fully in the way that could in other Zelda games - remember the underground caverns you could once find? - and quite frankly I miss that and it is basically linear in the sense that your destination is already chosen, yes you are still exploring and in a wonderful new way but this Overworld 'Transport' also highlights the limitations of what Nintendo can do with a 3D Zelda game on the DS but what they 'have' achieved is still impressive and I do acknowledge that fully.

Left by video on Jan 07, 2011 7:48 PM

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