Monthly Archives: February 2005

Cam’s 2001 vidCast

Way back in 2001 Cameron Reilly from gdayworld was vidcasting and didn’t even know it.  His ‘perpetual tornada’ talk to South Australian CIOs in 2001 has been used many times by those crazy Microsoft folk in Adelaide. This led the way … Continue reading

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BadTaste: CD Launch Adelaide

Tonight I went along to support young Adelaide band BadTaste by attending the launch of their first CD ‘Please Notice My Tie’.  These young turks have really got something and disturbed me with their tale of woe re what they … Continue reading

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Nice ShowNotes format for ‘Chapters’ Is a nice blog with a v.tasty idea for structuring show notes in a way that I like. Good work

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PodCasting at Microsoft: Adam Curry of DSC visits Redmond and comments

Adam Curry of the DailySourceCode podcast made a comment on ‘really smart people’ thinking about podCasting from all kinds of angles in his latest show – Daily Source Code for February 25th 2005 (No Damned Announcements! – NDA) Adam visits … Continue reading

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Matt the HARD man is offended!!

From: Matthew Hardman Sent: Thursday, 24 February 2005 2:47 PMTo: Mike SeyfangSubject: Cant believe I am not worthy enough to be on your blog list… So sad… J Matty H

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HowTo: Start consuming Blogs-n-PodCasts

Here are my tips for those impatient to start, and unwilling to wade thru the treacle of confusing options: 1. Download an RSS aggregator like NewsGator for Outlook, install it and subscribe to at least half a dozen feeds including: … Continue reading

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My favourite Microsoft (Adelaide) Shirt

Shirts at Microsoft are important currency.  This was my favourite shirt with a collar.

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TabletPC Photos

Geeky stuff to do with a TabletPC – attach cheapo USB GPS, add to Microsoft Streets & Trips for navigation and recording a trail of ‘breadcrumbs’.  Very interesting walk down memory lane after your trip is over… So, I just … Continue reading

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Frank Arrigo’s suggestion on Blog Tools

The legendary ‘cupid of the blogosphere’ Frank Arrigo has kindly shared his views of tools appropriate for the more hard-core Microsoft bloggers among us. Hey there Mike I see you are on msn spaces. Good to see you made the … Continue reading

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zinfonia – I met an interesting fellow today:

I met an interesting fellow today:Peter Grimshaw, the dude behind zinfonia – http://www.zinfonia.comWay cool extension of the popular online magazine subscription/delivery stuff for sheet music – check it out. BTM Innovation Pty

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