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Microsoft Envisions Our Computing Future
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Microsoft Technology Streaming Video
This is amazing demonstration by Microsoft Office Labs, what they called vision for 2019. For me, the main focus in this demo is on computing interfaces. Notice how many different ways of interacting with the “computer” are shown.
Safety, Privacy and Security – Can we have it all?
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Technology Streaming Video Recommendations
I watched another excellent Nova show today, called The Spy Factory. It is an excellent in-depth investigation of the failure of US Intelligence when it came to preventing the 9/11 attack.
Microsoft Phone – Micro-Phone or Soft-Phone?
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Android iPhone Technology
I just couldn’t resist the title, it’s just too funny. But on a serious note, Microsoft’s Windows Mobile platform is in serious trouble. Rumors flamed up again about Microsoft making their own MS branded hardware device, presumably with Zune functionality built in.
Windows 7 – Cool, but no 64 Bit for me?
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Microsoft Technology Windows
I think as any responsible techie, I downloaded both 32 Bit and 64 Bit editions of Windows 7 beta, the first day it came out (naturally). Got 2 keys also (one for each edition).
NYSE System – All Buggy? Or cruel joke?
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AMD NYSE Finance Technology
Yep, I am talking about New York Stock Exchange Computer System here! Actually, I am not laying any blame, but Google Finance and MSN Money both show a quote of 28.


Zune 30GB early demise?
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Consumerism Technology Zune
I use my Zune 30GB daily, but not today, thus far. I was afraid to even try today, but decided it is important to, for you, readers. So, found my Zune also Dead this morning, though it was fine last night.
Happy 2009 Holidays and Prosperous 2010 !
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Google Microsoft Predictions Technology
EDITORS NOTE: I used a little-known hack in WordPress 3.1 to actually adjust a time stamp of this post, originally posted December 24, 2009 – to timewarp into December 2008.
Post 100 – WordPress 2.7 and Other Updates
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Technology Windows WordPress
Having realized that this is a post number 100, I had very hard time to decide what to blog about to make it “special”. So instead, I decided to blog about Nothing (in particular)!
The Simpsons – Mypods and Broomsticks
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Entertainment iPhone Mac Technology Streaming Video Windows
Apologies to all my International blog readers. This is an official Simpsons episode, and I think it only is watchable inside the US right now. I am certain if you do a quick YouTube search, or Veoh, etc, you will find another openly available copy.
Flickerize me, Captain
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Flickr Personal Technology Travel Recommendations
Creative titles aren’t my specialty… Anywho, today I decided to try something that really made sense, and strangely enough, it does exist! Perhaps this is not news to anyone, but I really don’t recall seeing such a handy Map and Photo mashup available on our beloved Flickr.
My First Few Days with iPhone 3G
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Consumerism iPhone Technology
It’s been only few days since I got my phone, but I feel like I can type up 10 posts about it, and still not be done. But, I will try to focus on most important points for now, with more to follow, for sure.
Beijing 2008 Olympics – Free in HD On-Demand
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Entertainment Olympics Technology Windows
Today we watched opening ceremony in HD on our big screen. A day late, but I prefer to watch things on my own schedule, even sporting events! The ceremony was Inspiring, especially in all the High Definition glory on the wall.
iPhone Blues – Somebody Save Me!
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Future iPhone Personal Technology
I am calling upon you, my readers, family, friends, everyone, Save Me from this madness that is iPhone 3G Mania! Everything and Everyone and Everywhere, all they talk about is the new iPhone 3G.
Upgrade Tip for WordPress 2.6 – Don’t Upgrade!
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WordPress Technology
I just spent most of today upgrading to WordPress 2.6 platform, which is powering my site. Our exciting new features are…… well, there aren’t many new features actually. The big change is that I scrapped Categories completely, in favor of Tag Cloud based approach.
Adobe Reader 9 is here – Why make us suffer?
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Adobe Linux Technology
So Adobe Reader 9 is here, and someone somewhere claimed, for whatever reason, that it is actually faster to start. Being brave (read: foolish) soul that I am, I went directly to Adobe site to quickly download this latest marvel of modern technology.
Top 10 How-To web sites, keep for reference!
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I wanted to catalog this for myself, and I think everyone else should find it very useful! Skillful folks at the fine Mashable blog have put together a handy list of Top 10 How-To sites.
iPhone 2.0 3G GPS and What Not
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3G Consumerism iPhone Technology Zune
I’ve been reading all the live blogging just like the rest of us, all too excited about “what’s next” from the over-hyped Apple brand. Finally Starts at $199 now, finally has built-in GPS (pretty much standard nowadays), and seems to have improved 3rd party apps support.
Recursive Algorithms and other sins
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Computer Science Java Programming Technology
My sister is just starting studies for Computer Sciences, and unlike what I remember from my days, in the first Intro course, they are trying to fill her head with nasty recursive algorithms.
I’m back to blogging! Ya, Rly!
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Technology Personal
Sorry I have been away for a while. I have so many excuses, but the truth is, I think I got “afraid” somehow. The more people know and read my blog, especially of those people who know me personally, the more I got worried about being judged based on the posts I write.
Web Services? Cloud Computing? Both? Neither?
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Programming Microsoft Technology Windows Yahoo
An important announcement from Microsoft, something called Mesh, is happening tonight at Midnight eastern time. I am into guessing game, again, mostly because it is fun, but also because in a funny coincidence, I left a rather long rant at Yahoo’s own Jeremy Zawodny’s blog.