October 3, 2006

Vista vs the World

Or, perhaps I should say Microsoft vs Security providers in the Windows space? What I’m talking about eWeek’s report that discloses McAfee’s complaint that Microsoft has made it […]
October 1, 2006

Recuperating Nicely…

I’m going to be working from home for most of this week due to undergoing bunion surgery this past Friday.  I’m happy to say that there’s […]
September 27, 2006

PowerShell RC2 is available…

Sort of. Perhaps, within a couple of hours it will really be available, but right now, all I can point you to is a link from Microsoft that […]
September 27, 2006

Windows Live Writer Update

Microsoft just released an update to Windows Live Writer.  There are some great changes, including better support for tags, faster loading times, and some new plug-ins.  I’m […]
September 27, 2006

FSF rebuts anti-GPLv3 claims

This post has two purposes.  I’m finding the conflict over the proposed GPLversion 3 rather interesting, and I’m also taking a moment to play with a few of the WLW plug-ins, […]
September 25, 2006

Weird Blogging Error…

Every now and then, for reasons that I have yet to pin down, when I make a blog post, it will be available for a few minutes, […]
September 25, 2006

What I’m Reading This Month…

I should have mentioned this earlier, because I’ve been reading it for most of the month, but as I mentioned previously, things have been crazy busy for […]
September 15, 2006

Busy, busy, very busy…

Yow… I have been crazy busy this week, and next week doesn’t hold the promise of being any less hectic.  And I’m certainly not the only […]
September 15, 2006

A little PowerShell fun…

I just had to write about this, because it is clear that Windows PowerShell is going to be a critical component of any Windows Admin’s arsenal going forward. […]
September 11, 2006

Is privacy on the Internet a dead concept?

There is no universal standard of what the acceptable boundaries of privacy are.  The European Union tends to have a more stringent view of what constitutes personal […]
September 6, 2006

Windows Live Writer Plug-ins

Windows Live Writer is turning out to be one of those tools that I can’t live without, much as I originally suspected. And it has been made even […]
September 5, 2006

The Future of Community Server: v3.0

Note: I originally published this on Tuesday, but something went wrong, and the post was generating an error when anyone viewed it, but not when I […]
October 3, 2006

Vista vs the World

Or, perhaps I should say Microsoft vs Security providers in the Windows space? What I’m talking about eWeek’s report that discloses McAfee’s complaint that Microsoft has made it […]
October 1, 2006

Recuperating Nicely…

I’m going to be working from home for most of this week due to undergoing bunion surgery this past Friday.  I’m happy to say that there’s […]
September 27, 2006

PowerShell RC2 is available…

Sort of. Perhaps, within a couple of hours it will really be available, but right now, all I can point you to is a link from Microsoft that […]
September 27, 2006

Windows Live Writer Update

Microsoft just released an update to Windows Live Writer.  There are some great changes, including better support for tags, faster loading times, and some new plug-ins.  I’m […]
September 27, 2006

FSF rebuts anti-GPLv3 claims

This post has two purposes.  I’m finding the conflict over the proposed GPLversion 3 rather interesting, and I’m also taking a moment to play with a few of the WLW plug-ins, […]
September 25, 2006

Weird Blogging Error…

Every now and then, for reasons that I have yet to pin down, when I make a blog post, it will be available for a few minutes, […]
September 25, 2006

What I’m Reading This Month…

I should have mentioned this earlier, because I’ve been reading it for most of the month, but as I mentioned previously, things have been crazy busy for […]
September 15, 2006

Busy, busy, very busy…

Yow… I have been crazy busy this week, and next week doesn’t hold the promise of being any less hectic.  And I’m certainly not the only […]
September 15, 2006

A little PowerShell fun…

I just had to write about this, because it is clear that Windows PowerShell is going to be a critical component of any Windows Admin’s arsenal going forward. […]
September 11, 2006

Is privacy on the Internet a dead concept?

There is no universal standard of what the acceptable boundaries of privacy are.  The European Union tends to have a more stringent view of what constitutes personal […]
September 6, 2006

Windows Live Writer Plug-ins

Windows Live Writer is turning out to be one of those tools that I can’t live without, much as I originally suspected. And it has been made even […]
September 5, 2006

The Future of Community Server: v3.0

Note: I originally published this on Tuesday, but something went wrong, and the post was generating an error when anyone viewed it, but not when I […]