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Look at the lineup of new content tonight: Duel Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader? Don't Forget the Lyrics Clash of the Choirs We got a lot of game shows and reality television to look forward to this winter and spring if this writer's strike continues much longer. If only Microsoft had an subscription model for their video content in the XBOX Marketplace. Technorati Tags: tv ......
We've been using 1&1 for years, but over the last several months they have had a unbelievable amount of downtime as they continue to try and upgrade to Exchange 2007.
Does anyone else out there use a hosted Exchange provider that they like? Keep in mind we only have 2 accounts, so places like Rackspace won't deal with us. It would also be preferable if they do web hosting also so we can use one provider for all our domains.
What a bunch of CRAP! Almost $10,000 per song. And it could have been as much as $150,000. This bullying by the music and movie industry has to stop. But now that they have this win, I think it's going to get a lot worse.
24 illegal song downloads cost US woman 220,000 dollars Link includes video.
First a show like Cavemen is allowed to see the light of day, now Bionic Woman's ratings are dropping like a stone. “Bionic” fell 30 percent during its second episode to a 4.0. Moreover, this morning the industry is buzzing that the pivotal second “Bionic” episode, the result of extensive behind-the-scenes retooling, was a creative disaster—cliché-packed dialogue, a nonsensical villain, one-note characters. The much-heralded arrival of Isaiah Washington (who in a New York Post story Wednesday proved ......
Did anyone else see the premiere of Cavemen? I mean I knew it was going to be bad, that was the only reason I tuned in at all. But I couldn't even make it to the end of the opening party seen before turning it off. It just hurt to watch. And I watch a lot of crap shows on TV. Just ask my wife.
This show must end. And soon. I feel cheated somehow just knowing it exists.
Something I noticed in the InfoWeek article from the previous post that I hadn't seen before was pricing for high volume sites: $0.25 / year / unique user for sites that have more than 1 million unique users per month. Or $250,000 per year minimum. It doesn't say anything about traffic less than that. But I have seen limits posted of 25,000 calls per day. After that you need an agreement with Microsoft. Does anyone have any pricing information below the million unique users mark but above the 25,000 ......
Saturday night Kendra and I stopped in this little wing place and were treated to karaoke night. One of the customers was in full on Elvis gear. Big hair, glasses, large belt buckle, but no jump suit. His daughter performed first and her name was actually Lisa Marie. This guy is way into Elvis. When it came his turn to sing, he made an entrance from the bathroom like it was backstage and was carrying a guitar. He never used the guitar at all, not even pretending. In fact, he didn't move at all while ......
A few years ago my wife and I were buying a car. You know that point where you are out in the lot looking at cars and you just know somewhere there is a sales guy waiting to pounce? Well, imagine when you finally see that guy he looks just like young Elvis. That's what happen to us, and Kendra almost lost it. Turns out he is actually an Elvis impersonator by night. I don't know if this helps him sell cars, but I certainly remembered him. And we did end up buying a car from him. Fast forward a couple ......
I just found this site thanks to commandN. BuiltWith.com allows you to type in a URL and they will tell you what technology was used to build the site and what type of advertising they are using. Pretty cool. Try it on one of your sites and let me know how accurate it is ......
I was right in the middle of typing a blog post about all the little things that seem to be going right today when I got a call from my wife, Kendra.
A friend's dad just passed away. Really puts everything in perspective.
Tony, I know you read this blog, so let me say, you have our entire family's deepest sympathy. I have lost both of my parents at a young age and I understand what a hard time this came be.
I just read D'Arcy's post about books and the one on Larry Ellison reminded me of a story I heard about 10 years ago. I was working with the son of an Oracle VP. He told us about the time his dad and Larry went to Dell. I believe it was Dell, may have been one of the other big computer guys. We'll go with Dell. Remember, this was 10 years ago. Anyway, when Larry and his dad arrived Michael Dell was in the bathroom, so they had to wait a total of 3 minutes. When Michael showed up, Larry was pissed, ......
A few years ago I was walking through our local mall on a weekday afternoon when I almost had my pocket picked. A group of teenagers positioned themselves near the food court so you had to walk through them, then one of them would snatch your wallet and run while the others made a wall. One of them tried to grab my wallet, which should have been easy to do wearing suit pants, but it had a button, and no dice. The kid ran off with nothing. The amazing gall of these kids is that they didn't even bother ......
How many kids do you think these people have given nightmares too? Brain-eating zombies invade SF Apple store ......
No, not the Star Trek series. How many of you remember this show?
I guess the success of Heroes and The Office is all NBC can count on these days because they sure seem to be going after the geek demo.
The IT Crowd is being adapted from the BBC, Journeyman is a Quantum Leap style show, Heroes is getting a spin-off Heroes: Origins, and the Bionic Woman returns.
I can see the fall 2008 Friday night lineup now: Lord of the Rings: Return of the Peacock, Star Wars: The Last Hope and Star Trek: The Search for Ratings.
Talk about trying to one-up Bruce Campbell. How in the world did he pull this off? A man cut off his own head with a chainsaw after stabbing his 70-year-old father to death in their apartment in the German city of Cologne, police said. Alf Willwacher, a senior prosecutor, said an electric chainsaw was next to the son's body. "We do not believe any third party was involved,'' he said. I wonder how the police came to this conclusion? I would think the father had defended himself with the chainsaw once ......
Call for Help with Leo Laporte is back on G4TV in the United States.
Why would someone pay $800 and a monthly subscription for a Tivo? Or potentially thousands on a Media Center, either Windows, MythTV, etc. DirecTV: We tried the new DVR from DirecTV that records local HD over the satellite. And it just plain did not work. Constant lost recordings and system lockups over the course of a few months eventually led us to cancel DirecTV completely. Charter Cable: Charter's new Motorola DVR is much more consistent, but Charter has shot itself with us 3 times now. First, ......
AT&T is trying to get Illinois to change the cable rules to make it easier to enter. A quick summary: Cable companies need to negotiate with every single town in order to provide service, AT&T wants to make it a single statewide rule. Now I know that a lot of hidden agenda is buried on both sides of this argument. But when was the last time you lived in a town with 2 cable providers? Right now I can choose between Charter, DirecTV and Dish Network. So there is competition. But Verizon and ......
Does anyone use, or know of, a good application for Windows SmartPhones to use for blogging? Something similar to Windows Live Writer would be good.
It should be able to support categories and photos and of course it needs to work with GeeksWithBlogs.
I just got 5 more Joost invitations to hand out. These are up for anyone who wants one. I think its getting close to release. Keeping the TV theme, leave a comment requesting the invite, and include the name of your favorite TV show, past or present, that you want to see released on DVD. For example, mine would be Red Green. You can get "best of" collections and for some reason the complete 1997 season (which I believe is Season 6). I was going to put My Hero on the list, but it looks like it was ......
I think a person's start menu says a lot about them. So show us your start menu! It's a simple Ctrl+Alt+Print Screen. Work Running Windows XP, the company is not overall aggressive about adopting the new OS even though we are a software company. Not running a standard skin (that's the Zune skin). Using IE, not Firefox. Must be a company thing? Windows Live Writer is the top program. I post once or twice a day from work during downtime, but I don't leave the application open. Visual Studio, Notepad ......
If you have not seen the final episode yet, don't read any farther. The "obvious"? Okay, so I guess what they are trying to reveal is that all four characters hearing the music are Cylons (Tigh, Sam, Tory and Chief) and Starbuck makes five. Starbuck's re-appearance means she survived death and while she was dead the location of Earth was revealed. Right? Because I am a little confused from the high of Starbuck still being alive after pulling this massive scam on the media. The conspiracy Okay, so ......
After about a year of waiting I finally got my invite to Windows Live Mail. (Okay, so I didn't really care that much.) What I got is some awful hybrid between Hotmail and Yahoo Mail. Nothing revolutionary here. Just a forced update to the ever aging Hotmail. Granted I didn't spend much time with it, so if you think you can change my mind, please do so. Unfortunately, this is also the same interface you get with Office Live. Consider using a hosted Microsoft Exchange server. Prices start around $7 ......
I'm not sure what the problem is, but I am constantly having to re-login to Digg. I'll digg one story and then less than a minute later I'll get the "You are not logged in." message when trying to digg another story. It doesn't always happen, but it's frequent enough to annoy me. The problem happens at home and at work, in both Firefox 2 and IE7. Anyone else having this problem ......
I've been invited to my first bracket competition of the year. And like every other year, I fully expect to finish dead last. No matter what I try, I always get screwed. For example, this year I picked North Carolina to go all the way. Which means sometime before the first game the entire team will come down with the stomach flu and be replaced by a pick-up team from the Institute of No Depth Perception ......
Looks like our future robot overlords actually started their revolution to overthrow their human creators way back in 1979. Robert Williams was the first man ever killed by a robot. On January 25, 1979, Williams climbed into a storage rack at the Ford Motor’s Flat Rock casting plant to retrieve a part because the parts-retrieval robot malfunctioned. Suddenly, the robot reactivated and slammed its arm into Williams’ head, killing him instantly. Some people will say it was an accident. But I know better. ......
No Zune? How about some desktop wallpapers. Microsoft has released 2 new desktop wallpapers based on Windows Vista Ultimate. You don't need to actually be running Ultimate, or Vista for that matter, to use these.
Wallpapers are in 4:3 and wide screen format.
Looks like another guy with time and money to spend has converted his apartment into a Star Trek paradise. Oh wait, he filed bankruptcy, I guess he only had time to spend. Before: After: ......
Take the stupid test. No cheating.
Joost must have liked Jeff and D'Arcy because they just gave me 2 more invites. Same rules: first come, first serve and you must be a GWB member. If you want one, leave a comment, and make sure you put a link to your blog. Learn from Andrew's mistake. I'll use the contact form to get in touch with you. Update: Both are gone. They went to Andrew and Lou Vega. I'll post again if I get more ......
First come, first serve. Just request it in the comments. The only rule is you must be a GeeksWithBlogs member.
Update: Both are gone. They went to Jeff Julian and D'Arcy Lussier. I'll post again if I get more.
Take your stale sandwich / rotten apple spinning vending machine and throw it in the ditch. Every IT department needs one of these.
Here is a blog post from someone who has worked at all three places. The summary: Share this post : email it! | bookmark it ......
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CEO Steve Jobs and Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates, the seminal figures in the development of the personal computer, will make a rare joint appearance at The Wall Street Journal's ``D: All Things Digital'' conference this year. The two men will jointly discuss the history and future of the digital revolution in an unrehearsed, unscripted, onstage conversation on May 30 with D co-producers Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. Woh! This could get interesting. I'm hoping it degenerates into a physical ......
Here is an interesting way to get tabbed browsing on the wii. Navigate to wiiminder.com. The site itself creates tabs to help you navigate. If you point your normal browser there all you will get is a video demonstrating the site. Can't wait to get home and try this. It even includes a better favorites system. But where is the Xbox 360 browser? Could you make one with XNA Game Studio? Would Microsoft block it's release ......
Hopefully by now you have heard the song Code Monkey. Here's another great song by Jonathan Coulton, perfect to celebrate Presidents Day.
Looks like CodePlex is finally starting to kill off GotDotNet. I just got this e-mail: Subject: Important Announcement: GotDotNet Private Workspaces will be shutting down You are receiving this mail because you are listed as the owner of a private project hosted on GotDotNet Workspaces. Microsoft will be shutting down private Workspaces on 3/20/2007. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, The GotDotNet Team ......
I made a tongue-in-cheek comment about why I don't switch to Mac OS X on a recent post to which Jeff Julian made a comment that got me thinking. What would it take to get you to switch to Apple? For me it would take a two-punch combo: Visual Studio for the Mac or an equally good development environment for Ruby on Rails. (I mostly do web development.) A music and video subscription model to iTunes. If I could get that, I would seriously consider trading in my laptop, Zune and Xbox for a MacBook, ......
St. Louis, MO -- A local man is accused of living a lie, posing as a highly decorated Marine. He fooled his friends but not the feds. The so-called phony Marine, 48-year-old Michael Weilbacher, was just arrested at Tuesday night's Marine League meeting. My wife works with him. She says he acts like the typical retired Marine with war stories, coffee mug, cubicle stuff, lanyard, etc. She also told me he is a nice guy and doesn't think anything malicious was behind it and hope he gets psychological ......
I found an interesting article on Wikipedia about Joshua A. Norton, the self proclaimed Emperor of the United States. Joshua Abraham Norton (c. 1815 – January 8, 1880), also known as His Imperial Majesty Emperor Norton I, was a celebrated citizen of San Francisco who, in 1859, proclaimed himself "Emperor of these United States." Although he had no political power, and his influence extended only so far as he was humored by those around him, he was treated deferentially in San Francisco, and currency ......
We are adding a senior C# developer to our team for an ASP.NET 2.0 product scheduled to be released in about 1 year. This is product development, not IT support, with a software development firm. This is all we do. If you are interested, or know someone who is, please let me know. Here is the official description: Mitchell Humphrey is a software vendor located in St. Louis, MO, with a nationwide client base. We are currently seeking a Senior Software Developer in our Software Development Department. ......
Today we’re proud to announce the release of the Live Search Web Service (previously known as the MSN Search Web Service Beta). For those new to our search service, it allows developers to programmatically submit queries and retrieve results from the Windows Live Search Engine using a SOAP API. Anyone got any plans for this yet? http://dev.live.com/blogs/d... ......
Bill will be on The Daily Show this upcoming Monday. Which means he will be all over
Soapbox YouTube on Tuesday.
Bill Gates slated for 'Daily Show' appearance
Don't give out those homemade DVDs without a case. Create a Paper CD Case. It says, "Hey, I'm cheap, but I care. So don't ask to borrow any money."
Steve Jobs has called it. Time of death, Jan 13th, 2007 12:39AM.
Markoff: “And what are you thinking about Flash and Java?”
Jobs: “Java’s not worth building in. Nobody uses Java anymore. It’s this big heavyweight ball and chain.”
From Ultimate iPhone FAQs List, Part 2 in The New York Times
I need to put together training courses / materials for a new employee straight out of college. He needs to know C# and ASP.NET, and currently has little to no exposure. Currently I am leaning toward either Guerrilla.NET from developmentor, .NET Complete from KeyStone, or .NET Power Suite for Visual C# .NET from AppDev. Any suggestions? Anyone ......
Right now, as many of you know, images uploaded to GWB are flakey. If you don't want to clutter up your Flickr account and just need a place to upload one off images try All You Can Upload. Just select a file from your computer to upload and you get a URL to past into your post. Easy. No registration required.
Goodbye James. Rest in peace.
Kendra, I love you and I want everyone to know.
The iPhone rumors are flying again. What I think Apple should do to save research and development costs is just leak rumors of their next product and see what shows up on the internet. The embedded video I have included for the iTalk looks really good. Now Apple can just go build it. Heck, they really don't even need to think of new ideas. Just listen to the rumors ......
The stupidest man alive has been found, and he works at Wal-Mart in West Bend, Wisconsin. Turd brains put 10 chairs in another part of the store and told everyone in line for a PS3 to run for it. Anyone sitting in a chair gets to buy a PS3.
Your one stop shop for Black Friday ads in full PDF format.
Microsoft is launching a new team, blogger, ??? site called Aggreg8. I signed on, looked around, and for the life of me, I don't understand the focus of this site. It seems to be a way to group blog posts more my topic than blogger, but it doesn't look executed very well. They probably should have just tried to integrate these feature into The Hive.
This article focuses on the motivation factors behind software developement and encourages you to score your company.
Search boxes powered by Windows Live are designed for website owners and bloggers who want to quickly add customized search capability to their site. The search box enables visitors to search your site, the Web, or any other locations you define.
My team is looking for a C#, ASP.NET developer to help on a new product.
I have created a search macro for Microsoft's Live.com search engine that will search all the blogs on GWB.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer chats with BusinessWeek editors about Web 2.0's sky-high valuations and the new competition the company faces
Find out how many people in the U.S. share your name at HowManyOfMe.com.
Well it looks like Amanda is in my back yard today. She is visiting the City Museum which is a great place to take kids in St. Louis. And it's not really a musuem. If you're ever in the St. Louis area you should check it out.
The TWiT podcast network has just added a new podcast just for Windows.
Bud.TV will launch as a multi-channel online network, with as many as seven channels dedicated to a variety of consumer-interest areas, including comedy, sports, news, short films, and original and mainstream programming. The network also will serve as a distribution platform for multimedia content providers showcasing new and creative material. Bud.TV’s innovative desktop application will allow users to view the content in full-screen DVD quality, setting Bud.TV apart in quality and performa
a social identity network for programmers, designers, engineers, sys admins & others working in the professional developer community.
How good is your search engine? Considering switching from Google to Live? First take the "lose the address bar challenge."
Here is our canon of the top 101 classics for 2006, humbly submitted for you perusal. You've probably heard of many or even most of them, but it's our hope that all of our readers will find something new or rediscover a forgotten favorite on the list.
How do we select our finalists? We evaluate hundreds of candidates—some suggested by readers, colleagues and friends, others discovered during countless hours of surfing. Many of this year's choices are shining examples of Web 2.0: next-generation sites offering dynamic new ways to inform and entertain, sites with cutting-edge tools to create, consume, share or discuss all manners of media, from blog posts to video clips. Think we missed one? Send us your thoughts and we'll post a selection o
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eWEEK spoke to experts from recruitment firms and job boards and picked their brains for as much résumé-writing advice as they would dish out, rounding it up below. The best thing we learned: With the right advice, writing a top-notch resume can be a breeze.
What would happen if the starship Enterprise encountered the Death Star? Watch to find out...
Bill Gates is leaving Microsoft (mostly) to spend his days working at his charitable foundation. Good or bad, whatever you think of Bill and Microsoft, he certainly helped shape the face of the technology across the planet.
Even though this latest Gates memo was carefully prepared, officially distributed and 100 percent created for public consumption, it's still an interesting read. In it Bill Gates talks about how technology has changed business, how our workforce has adapted and two problems that still need to be solved. We've got the full text of Gates' email up on our website. It's a useful read, not only for what Gates says, but also because top CEOs and CIOs will be reading it, and probably acting on it, a
Copyright law shouldn't make criminals out of 60 million Americans, and it's time for a change. Tell Congress that it's time to stop the madness!
Some good common sense to keep yourself productive and happy at work.
Microsoft is planning on releasing a new live service to store your personal data online, similar to Google's GDrive.
This article is by an employee that has been at Microsoft since 1999. It's very interesting. The article confirmed rumors and speculation I've heard, but there were still a few surprises. If anything it's a good article to hang on to if you work at a stuffy company.
Here are some links and info to keep handy next time your employer starts "cheaping out".
Keep track of all the dead-beats that owe you. Also works with SMS.
Rather than bother everyone that reads GeeksWithBlogs with all the snippets I find interesting, I am going to start posting more items but not to the front page or main feed. Mostly this is for my own long term access. But, if you are interested you should be able to see all the little useless things I find interesting on the web by subscribing directly to my blog.
Barnes & Noble has a new buyback service. Just enter you ISBN to get the amount, then print their label and send it to them on their dime.
Gadgets that interface with Exchange server for mail, tasks and calendar.
In Microsoft's ongoing battle with Google (and Yahoo!) to become your first stop on the internet, they have finally started to utilize their greatest asset. Not Office or Windows, but the developers, developers, developers.
AOL has the greatest show ever: Bruce Campbell in the Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.
If you live in the Missouri area and your looking for something different to do with your kids, try the Family Attractions Card.
Reviled by workers, demonized by designers, disowned by its very creator, it still claims the largest share of office furniture sales--$3 billion or so a year--and has outlived every "office of the future" meant to replace it. It is the Fidel Castro of office furniture.
It's been highly anticipated that Amazon would enter the movie-download business. But the long wait may be over as such an offering might finally be coming to a personal computer near you.
Looks like newsvine.com is out of beta. Think of it as a merge of Google News and Digg.
Next time you need to call customer service and you don't want to use the interactive voice response system use gethuman to find the escape code to talk to an operator.
The numbers on the Mega Ball are 1 - 46. But on the back of the ticket, it says your odds of picking the Mega Ball are 1 in 75. Can someone explain this?
Does anyone know if Blockbuster throttles it's customers the way Netflix does?
Time Magazine has posted a photo tour of life inside Google.
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Pics of Nissan Terranaut reveal vehicle perfect for Picard and his crew
The company I work for, The DataTech Group, is hiring again.
The best business solution is not always the best technology solution. The burden is on you, the technologist, to make the best system the business will use.
The on-demand video service MovieBeam is back, and now they are promising movies the same day they are released to DVD.
mail2web.com Offers Free Microsoft Exchange Email Service
even if you're a network troubleshooting black belt, I'll bet you'll get a smile or two of recognition
Find out by putting in your address at Zillow.com. It will show you the apx. value of your home and your neighbors.
the Daedalus is traveling just under warp 37!
We are starting a new project, and I have been trying my hardest to use XHTML. In the past, I have always used HTML, so this is my first real shot at it.
Now that Disney has purchased Pixar, Steve is likely to end up on the Disney board. What I would like to see come out of this in the long run is a video iPod simplified and aimed at younger children. Add a section to the iTunes store aimed at music for kids, plus video content from Disney and I think you have a winner.
DotNetKicks.com is a new "rip-off" site of Digg designed specifically for .NET Developers. If Digg had sub-categories under programming, we wouldn't need this site. But it doesn't, so DotNetKicks fills the void. Check it out.
A while back I wrote a post on ShinyFeet, an unlimited file storage site. So what's the catch I asked?
I've recently started using Listal to catolgue my DVDs.
Target is moving to the .NET Framework.
The Google Video Store is now online. I'm not impressed. The cuteness of Google is definitely wearing off. Google needs to improve it's new offerings.
Amazon has now added the ability to "tag" items. I have added a few DVDs and created a sample personal online DVD collection. I think this new feature could have some interesting applications.
What were the most surprising Microsoft moments in 2005? Here's our list. What juicy items did we miss?
This article is a excellent opinion post on Microsoft's current and future status as a monopoly.
Netflix better get off it's butt and over a download service soon.
Chaos seems to be breaking out at Wikipedia. Hopefully this is only temporary.
Every year I post all the things that I hope the suckers family and friends in my life will buy for me. I hope to completely eliminate crap gifts one day.
That's an accurate summary, but it doesn't tell anywhere near the whole story. It doesn't tell you that Microsoft is a business empire without equal, that its products are used in nearly every computer on the planet, or that it has yet to reach the height of its power and influence. Microsoft has become a symbol of all that is great about the information age, as well as all that is less-than-great about it.
I remember whan all we had were MCSEs and MCSDs and by golly, we liked it! Now were gonna need an MCCA (Microsoft Certified Certification Analyst) just to figure out who is who!
It was only a matter of time before Google tackled eBay, and that time is now. As early as next week Google will launch Google Base, an online auction system, that may be free.
Check out Microsoft's site dedicated to the history and future of the company.
PC Magazine has released a new edition of its Top 101 Web Sites. Not a lot of surprises. I have seen most of these sites. But I did find a few gems.
Get a focused, first look at the features and capabilities in Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Visual Studio 2005, and .NET Framework 2.0.
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Try 1-800-Free411. It's free directory assistance, but of course you need to listen to an advertisement.
I just found out about this site ShinyFeet.com. They offer unlimited e-mail space and unlimited file storage. For free!
Lorelle on WordPress contains a list of web development related cheat sheets.
Custom development is that murky world where a customer tells you what to build, and you say, 'are you sure?' and they say yes..
Google has entered the online RSS reader game with Google Reader.
Yahoo has followed in Apple's footsteps (surprise) and added Podcasts to their service.
Which service is right for you?
All of the news stories floating around about Microsoft created a disposable DVD and planning to go head-to-head against Blockbuster are fake. Just one giant internet hoax.
Harriet Meirs, George Bush's newest nominee to the Supreme Court, was once an attorney for Microsoft.
I just saw my very first commericial in high definition.
A recent survey suggested that hi-tech jargon is proving tricky for many people to understand. Find out how technically smart you are with our quiz that tests how much you really know about the world of the web and computers.
Google has bought rights to its first television show. Watch the entire season premiere of Everyboby Hates Chris.
The engineer in charge, Gordon Bell, hopes to create a digital record of everything he sees and hears.
Best Buy will be selling an Office Space Gift Box
Let's start thinking about all the things we want in VB 9, so we can be disappointed when VB 8 releases.
Most popular employers among US computer science students: Microsoft, IBM, Intel, Apple
Microsoft was already a powerful company, but at the time it looked like it might be heading for some real trouble.
Hosting.com is pleased to provide FREE hosting plans for ASP.NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005 Express Edition.
If you are looking to do an e-mail newsletter for your business you should check it out.
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Kai-Fu Lee has nothing good to say about Bill Gates or Microsoft.
The site contains a list of scheduled interviews for the remainder of the year.
Toy companies are hoping that high-tech toys are going to be at the top of kids' wish lists this holiday season, as a flurry of sophisticated playthings hit store shelves.
My son is in the first grade and his school is doing their annual fund raiser. This year you can purchase items on the web by going to www.mrfundraising.com/store and enter a seller ID of la1406.
Microsoft Corp. is bringing the power of its .Net technology to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort, delivering a system to help locate people displaced or missing since the hurricane.
My company is hiring 2 web developers immediately for my project.
we're finally launching NerdTV after three years of fitful starts, mistakes, and hard work.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates were changing the way the world works, lives and communicates.
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