Of course the first most common is “Hi. Here's my blog. I will use this blog to talk about stuff and junk.” I am guilty of this myself. Lately, I've been inundated with the next most common type of blog entry: “Dude! So-and-so has a blog, check it out!”
...Which actually is great. If I like reading someone, then chances are I'd like reading someone they like reading. Except in Scoble's case, I can't keep up with the number of people he links to.
So, with that in mind, some of the blogs I have recently discovered and enjoyed and subscribed to (er, to which I have subscribed... oh heck, who cares) in the last month or two that are related to the areas of technology in which I am interested (much better):
Plus there are my old standards on the right side. I wish there were more Exchange or general email-related blogs (or I wish I knew about them). Adam's got some Exchange posts, anyone else?
I am a temp. My predecessor left suddenly. She developed a task list with a custom form attached. The boss wants the form changed. I can type the information onto the new form, but it will not save and replace the old form. Can you help me figure out what to do with this little bit of information. I've tried everything and read the on-line MS help.