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Archive for June, 2007

First Day of Summer

Last weekend was officially the first day of summer and we went to Disney World. Animal Kingdom (zoo on top of a pond at 95 degrees) was not the correct choice. (Katie, Vlad, Leigha) (Pablo, yelling at his mom, blending well into the background, don’t you think?) Monkey. I managed to distract him with my [...]

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So there is a commercial on TV now (thanks for advertising it during the NBA finals, jerks) promoting the new pregnancy test (youtube, safe for work). Below is a conceptual drawing of the new Microsoft Zune 2.0. Looks like a pregnancy test, doesn’t it? Wrap that into the existing Microsoft Zune marketing lingo of “squirting” music [...]

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Web 2.0

You’ve certainly heard of the Web 2.0 – the Internet where information is collectively built up of people sharing their expertise and working on the projects collaboratively. The emphasis is on the community, on how everyone can contribute a little to make something great. Excellent example of this effort is certainly the Wikipedia, largest online [...]

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Can’t make this stuff up. Local grocery store (Publix) had this in front of their Frosty Paws display. Mind you that not only is this made by Purina but also has a tagline saying “Nutritious Snacks Your Dog Will LOVE!” I’d pay to see the person that caused this sign to be put up.

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Learning to say No..

The road life is rapidly coming to an end. I have a few more conferences and meetings to attend to over the next month but after I come back from Microsoft WWPC in Denver I believe the long deserved break will finally start. And with it, some personality modification training, namely, learning how to say [...]

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Nice blog post dude (NSFW)

The things you think of as you’re about to pass out in front of a monitor….. Earlier today someone asked “How do I get into your IM buddy list.” First, you don’t. Second, you really don’t want to try and talk to me after I’ve been sleep deprivated and am working on getting the last [...]

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This is the first post on my personal blog that can quite easilly fit into all categories. First of all, the setting – Microsoft UC family – thats us in Exchange, LCS (now OCS), few guys from TechNet and lots of engineers, PMs, etc. Kevin Engman, the community lead for the unified commnications group threw [...]

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Being Susanne Dansey

People are coming over to introduce themselves and asking if they can take a picture with me. Damn blog…..

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Thanks for clicking on this link in your RSS reader – thanks for confirming that you’re a pervert. And do I have some great news for you – LSL is going Mobile! If this doesn’t kill Blackberry I don’t know what will. Customer: I can quickly review all my messages! Vlad: I can do quazi-pr0n [...]

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It’s no secret that there are many KB articles that you look at and scratch your head wondering just who it would apply to. KB 934142 is one of those. Symptom: Microsoft Exchange user is an Owner and can delete their public folders. Workaround: Do not grant the user Owner permissions. Status: What, are you [...]

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