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Connecting with your Windows Phone 7
I tried to convince my wife that using the Windows Phone 7 to keep track of the shopping to do is a cool idea. Well, she is not there (yet). And now I saw the latest commercial… Probably I should convince my kids, not my wife Roger
4 Nov 2011
Definition of Cloud Computing
Just found this on http://news.yahoo.com/photos/new-adventures-of-queen-victoria-slideshow/20110914-naqv110914-gif-photo-050626492.html Love that Roger
15 Sep 2011
It’s Performance Review Time
We have our Financial Year closing in end of June. This means, it is Performance Review Time at Microsoft and it is by far not that bad. But I love Dilbert:
11 Sep 2011
Another Location Challenge with Smartphones :-)
27 May 2011
Upgrading from Windows 1 to Windows 7
You might have seen this experiment but it is absolutely astonishing. A guy called Andy from Scotland tested the upgrade path from Windows 1 through to Windows 7. 10 minutes worth investing if you want to get some nostalgic feelings: Here is the original blog post: Chain of fools : Upgrading through...
7 Mar 2011
A European Dinner :-)
I just got this from a friend of mine: European heaven : You are invited to an official dinner. The English welcomes you, the French is cooking, the Italian is making the show and the event is organized by the German. European hell: You are invited to an official dinner. The French welcomes you, the...
25 Feb 2011
Privacy à la Dilbert
It kind of reminds me of someone – but whom? Roger source: Dilbert website
16 Feb 2011
Real Physical Security
I saw this this morning – have a great weekend: Roger
14 Jan 2011
Dilbert on Cloud Computing
The worst thing is, that there is some truth in that: At least, this is what I see often, before I talk to customers Roger
7 Jan 2011
And you think you have security problems? Merry Christmas
25 Dec 2010
My Blackberry Is Not Working!
That’s absolutely great and worth spending the few minutes – enjoy: Roger
22 Dec 2010
When Identity Theft and Privacy Meet
It is always bad, if comics have a significant portion of truth: and then and finally hmm…. too much truth for me to cope with Roger
14 Oct 2010
Dilbert on Piracy
Just before I leave to Johannesburg: Dilbert on Piracy… he is soooo right Roger
19 Sep 2010
The Eleven Rules of Life
I know that they are very old but I did not know them. The oldest post I found was from 2004. People are saying that they are from Bill Gates but it seems that he used them during a speech in front of high-school students. I love them: RULE 1: Life is not fair - get used to it. RULE 2: The world...
9 Sep 2010
The Future of Cybercrime
If you do not know this blog, it is definitely worth looking at it from time to time: Paleo-Future . There I found a prediction on cybercrime dated 1981: It describes the impact of computers in the “future” – say today. If you click on the picture, you can see the original. There is a good quote in there...
11 Aug 2010
21 Jun 2010
This cannot be Microsoft Technology :-)
30 Mar 2010
Azure Showcase: The Eye on Earth
Well, you know, fairly often when I look at showcases I am a little bit disappointed I have to admit. Mainly because the technology which is shown is really cool and I would love to leverage it – just it works in the US only. Or better, it works across the globe but the data which is available is fairly...
19 Mar 2010
Monitoring the Blog Hits – Live in Silverlight!
If you are running a blog, you might most probably use one of the websites which show where your user come from – no? Like Clustrmaps , which I used for a few years. Then I found a new one, which I like much more as it gives me more information. If is called WorldMaps and the best thing is, it is based...
14 Mar 2010
The New Bing Maps – Freaking Cool!!!
It has nothing to do with security – I know but it is very, very, very cool!!!! We just released the new Bing Maps explorer ! The first thing you will see is that we integrated Photosynth and Silverlight . So, no tiles anymore when loading a map. It just comes smoothly. And zooming in to photos is not...
2 Dec 2009
Pandemic Planning (Dilbert)
Get ready for the swineflu: Roger
26 Oct 2009
When Goog becomes your Roommate (a “must see”)
I just found that this morning. If you have 15 minutes, you have to watch these videos. They are really fun (are they?): Enjoy! I did (partly) Roger
17 Sep 2009
Security Policies – Confidentiality
Hmm, think about it, when you write the next version of your policy: Roger
1 Sep 2009
Onion News: The Future of Privacy – the Google Opt-Out Village
Not really serious – just fun (or isn’t it??): Roger
14 Aug 2009
Vacation differently: Find new interesting places using Geocaching
This has absolutely nothing to do with security but is a lot of fun: A few years ago, I read an article about Geocaching . Basically, this is a treasure hunt using GPS. Wikipedia describes it like that : Geocaching is similar to the 150-year-old game letterboxing , which uses clues and references to...
31 Jul 2009
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