Hey y’all, Mark here again. We thought we’d try something new with our readers. We write this blog for you guys, the community. We love hearing from you! We read all the comments, seriously we do. Not enough of you utilize the contact function on the right hand side of the blog. I took a screen shot of that that “Contact” button to help you guys out.
Oh there it is!
So we thought we’d try something out with you. On Nov 26th at 1 PM EST we are going to have an open Lync call/chat for an hour and 30 minutes with several of the folks that write for this blog. You, the reader, are welcome to dial in, chat or just come hang out for a bit. We’ll be there. So bring your questions and comments about posts we’ve written, posts you want us to write, Firefly 10th Anniversary Special and pretty much anything else. For our international audience we apologize if this is in the middle of the night for you, if all goes well and you guys want us to do something similar, we can do another one at a more international friendly time. Let us know in the comments what you think. Hopefully talk to you soon.
Dial in info below.
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Conference ID: 2503651
Mark “Banana Phone” Morowczynski
Excellent stuff, but I'm more of a Nyan Cat myself... :)
This is the second ascii art I've seen today. Which is a lot, I cant remember the last time I saw one.
Seriously, your dedication and effort always surprise me.
I think this will be usefull for your "international audience" (I got the idea from Microsoft Events)
Thanks for the link and glad you like the idea. We hope it goes well and get to talk to you and some of the other regulars that hang around these parts.
hi i am having a problem with my computer and i wanted to know how to fix it. my computer is on safe mode and it won't let me do anything
Sorry to hear that. This isn't really the right spot for that type of question, try posting that in the technet forums. social.technet.microsoft.com/.../categories
@Denise The Microsoft Answer Desk can also help you answerdesk.microsoft.com or a local Microsoft Store if there is one near where you live. You can find these at www.microsoftstore.com