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Chris Williams,

Day 5 of 2009 was pretty uneventful. I had a decent flight in from Minneapolis to Sioux Falls and drove the rest of the way in (roughly an hour.) The roads were clear and it wasn't overly windy, so that ...

Richard Jones,

You know that instance, where you're sitting at home and that vital set of airline tickets or shopping list arrives to you by email, which you pickup on your mobile device (Windows Mobile, iPhone, Android, ...

Foster Hardie,

For 2009, I've resolved to start participating and giving back to the technical Internet community. For years I've been searching (even before Google - gasp) for technical info online, and selfishly (or ...

Sanjay,

In the post below I am going to run down a short-list of some of the less-popular performance tips and the reasoning behind them. There are loads of blog postings and articles on asp.net performance enhancements, ...

SunnyCoder,

So I had hoped my first blog post would be along the lines of .NET development but it looks like it was Delta that motivated me first. Stand by for some fun with LINQ to SQL coming soon! Dear Delta Customer ...

CMaunder,

I've just spent that last week building a translator, allowing us to convert a new customers catalogue data into a form our sales system can cope with. Luckily the source data was XML, so it was already ...

Brian Scarbeau,

Could be that Gmail doesn't like Chrome? I was trying to delete an email using Chrome today and there are several buttons missing. There are no buttons for Archive, Report Spam and Delete. Here, I opened ...

Dave Campbell,

I'm not sure if it is a temporary thing, or if the IT folks here have blocked GWB... time will tell.At least for now, I want to try to see what it will take to get a nicely-formatted post out with BlogMailr ...

Chris Williams,

It's true, I'm a Gmail junkie. I've been using Gmail pretty much since the first week it was available. I don't know what I'd do without it. In addition to email, I use it as a massive filing cabinet for ...

andrewbrust,

I was excited today to download Google’s new “Chrome” Web browser. Even I, a Microsoft technology die-hard, was intrigued by the idea of more competition in the browser space. While I am impressed with ...

andrewbrust,

Microsoft’s withdrawal of its Yahoo acquisition proposal may just be a negotiating tactic. Or it could in earnest. Time will tell. And many shall opine. But what is the significance of the move? I have ...

andrewbrust,

Steve Berkowitz, the Microsoft Senior Vice President of Online Services, made what I consider to be a stunning admission of defeat. Here’s the context: quoted in Mary Jo Foley’s blog, from his presentation ...

andrewbrust,

Who did the best? Google with DoubleClick for $3.1 billion, Microsoft with aQuantive for $6 billion, or WPP with 24/7 Real Media for $649 million? I vote for WPP, and not just because they spent less. ...

Laurent Bugnion,

Today is the end of my very first week at IdentityMine. Let me just say that it was really great. In the same week I worked on a proposal for a client (maybe our very first project in the new European ...

Chris Williams,

This weekend I'm heading to Kansas City for the first time. Why? I'm speaking at KCDODN (aka Kansas City Day of .Net) (Un)fortunately the event registration is full, but I hear there is a waiting list ...

Robin Edwards,

Steve Ballmer raised the Search Challenge to MVPs at 2008 Summit, with the words, “I’m going to ask you one week switch your default, one week. At the end of the week…I’ll want feedback, how was your week, ...