November, 2008

  • Stick to the Business, Kid....

    As you may have noticed, I typically try to keep these postings somewhat related to the business side of IT.  Today, however, Microsoft announced the new Xbox 360 experience and it is almost too cool for even me to put into words.  A ton of...
  • Wireless Internet Access Going Green?

    I'm guessing this will make some other wireless providers green with envy, too.  What I am referring to is the very latest in wireless technology, solar powered hot spots!  I just read this article about Meraki bringing solar-powered wifi units...
  • Who's Minding the Store?

    Wish there was a place you could go to find all the latest Microsoft hardware and software products?  Well, you can stop rubbing your lamp, because I am ready to grant your wish.  Are you ready? *poof*  (that was my "genie" sound...
  • Cincinnati Updated....

      Ok.  I have compiled all of the names and addresses I have from the Cincinnati event.  If you were there, please check this list and ensure your name is on it.  The list is in the form of: First three letters of your last name /...
  • For My Cincinnati Attendees...

    For those of you who had attended the Cincinnati event and are patiently waiting for your copy of Windows Vista, I have good news.  I collected business cards, addresses, etc. from everyone who was in the room at the end (and as many of you who left...
  • What a Day! An Essay by Dan Woodman

    This is going to be different from my usual blog post.  I'm going back to my roots as an English major to craft something I don't get to write very often (anymore): an essay.  This isn't a post about how a product or technology can help you...
  • But Wait! There's More!

    Last week, I posted a couple articles about Microsoft Office OneNote 2007.  I wanted to do a follow-up and tell you about some powertoys available for OneNote. These are posted on Daniel Escapa's (a Program Manager on the OneNote team) blog: Send...
  • My Portland Event (again)

    One of the other discussions which occurred at my Portland event was around Vista.  As always, there were some lovers and some haters.  I started the discussion and then let the audience go at it.  And, as usual, I was impressed by the...