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February, 2009

  • What We Can Learn from Hollywood

    An interesting meme that relates to the power of social networks is that the “Hollywood model” is an example of ad hoc formation of successful (relatively) short-term “community” for the purpose of creating a product (movie, TV show, play). Interesting...
  • Hyper-V How To: Speed Up Offline P2V

    A customer passes on this tip for speeding up your offline P2V conversions using SVMM: “If I use a DHCP address all is fast. It’s only when I choose to use a static IP address it is slow. I’m guessing that by hard coding WinPE with a static address the...
  • *The* Man on Wire

    I once had the life-changing opportunity to watch Phillipe Petit dance on the wire from about 100 feet away, about 6 stories up, in Denver, 1983. I’ll never forget it. This CBS story “ The Great Feat of Philippe Petit ” includes a some can’t miss shots...
  • Just Because You are Paranoid…

    Doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you, the old joke goes. If you think it doesn’t apply to your company read this article NOW: Social Engineering: Anatomy of a Hack . Does your company have a no-tailgating policy? If an employee at your company found...
  • Vote for a Better TechNet Design

    The Office SharePoint Server 2007 folks think they have a better TechNet TechCenter design. You can see it here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/sharepointserver/default.aspx Go check it out and give them some feedback, or leave comments here...
  • How To: Get Us Out of the Economic Crisis

    Lean into education. The next generation are the ones who will have to save the world’s economies and environment. The US Govt economic stimulus package will start funneling long-overdue financial support to schools.  What can you do? Make sure your...
  • Free-as-in-Beer FrameIt Beta

    Windows Live is offering FrameIt beta free-as-in-beer. With FrameIt , you can set up photo collections to stream into your digital photo frame or any of your RSS enabled devices, like your desktop. How cool is that? Also includes: View your local traffic...