- Hybrid Mileage Database - GreenHybrid
- Joe Mathlete Explains Today's Marmaduke
- Arno Nel 2.0 - the Information Worker : Sharepoint 2007: Document/Records Management resource list V0.1
- Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Team Blog : New online training content available
- Using Backup and Restore (Beta 2)
- Joel Oleson's SharePoint Land : Extranets and Intranet Planning Resources with WSS v3 & SharePoint Server 2007
- Fear and Loathing : The Big Dummies Guide to Setting up your SharePoint Virtual Development Environment
- Master Pages and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 - The Code Project - ASP.NET
- ScottGu's Blog : Great New Atlas Videos Published (All Free)
- Fear and Loathing : Enabling anonymous access in SharePoint 2007
Saturday, September 30, 2006
Friday, September 29, 2006
- IIS.net : HOME : Microsoft Internet Information Services
- Seth Godin at Gel 2006 - Google Video
Thursday, September 28, 2006
- Home - Corporate Portal
- paper cd case
- adaptive path » metadata for the masses
- Classification and categorization: a difference that makes a difference Library Trends - Find Articles
- Folksonomies - Cooperative Classification and Communication Through Shared Metadata
- SAA: Glossary of Archival Terminology
- SharePoint and Outlook integration tool
- Colligo Reader for SharePoint
- Tom Hollander's blog : Enterprise Library v3: The Plan
- Hey, Scripting Guy! How Can I Use Windows PowerShell to Automate Microsoft Excel?
- Events Home
- JOPX on SharePoint 2007 (MOSS and WSS V3 ), Office and SOA: SharePoint Tools Galore v6
Wednesday, September 27, 2006
Saturday, September 23, 2006
- Andrew Connell [MVP MCMS]
- TechNet Webcast: Preparing for Web Content Management with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
- JOPX on SharePoint 2007 (MOSS and WSS V3 ), Office and SOA: Office 2007, SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services V3 beta2 and Link Galore (beta)v4
- SharePoint and CMS migration to MOSS 2007 « Tech Talk PT
- Office Developer Center: Content Management Server 2002 Developer Portal
- Office Developer Center: Content Management Server 2002 Developer Portal: Mapping MCMS 2002 APIs to SharePoint Server 2007
- Office Developer Center: Content Management Server 2002 Developer Portal: Planning MCMS 2002 Application Migration to SharePoint Server 2007
- SharePoint Server 2007 for MCMS 2002 Developers
- Download details: CMS Assessment Tool
- HOWTO: Use Virtual PC's Differencing Disks to your Advantage
Friday, September 22, 2006
So I'm typing this in Word 12 B2TR after having added mo.notono.us as a blog account.
- You can publish to multiple types of blogs, including SharePoint (2007 – I don't know what other blog clients can publish to SharePoint).
- It's sort-of WYSIWYG (see concern below).
- UPDATE: It does a good job of keeping the HTML clean.
- UPDATE: It's easy to edit prior posts
- UPDATE: You can do all sorts of fancy formatting quite easily – (duh – it's Word).
- Windows Live Writer does a much better job of WYSIWYG – Word doesn't pull in any of the blog's styles.
- You can't tab from the Title to the body
In general, other than that Word is a familiar interface, and there's some benefit to having a blog editor "right there", I don't see this as an attractive option to LiveWriter, or your blog's default editor. Good for quick notes, though, or for publishing something you already have in Word format.
I see where this has its place. I think I'll still use LiveWriter for most of my posts, but if I'm already in Word and want to jot a quick note, or I have something complex I want to put up, then this is a good tool to use. And I WILL use it with SharePoint.
- The AJAX Revolution. Join in | telerik
- telerik blogs - Debugging AJAX apps part II - Use the right IDE and how the debugger can complement documentation
- Early Stage Investing | Union Square Ventures: A New York Venture Capital Fund Focused on Early Stage & Startup Investing
- SharePoint 2007 Blog
- Sharepoint 2007 -- Blogs, Wikis, RSS
- The SharePoint Farmer's Almanac : MOSS 2007 - Save site as a template missing
- Sysinternals Freeware - Contig
Defragment one or more files
- Stu Downes » Folksonomy in the enterprise
Thursday, September 21, 2006
PS! Another good tool, if you're a Firefox user, is Firebug.
I got an email from the Google Writely Team the other day saying:
"In a few days, we will update your Writely account to use your ... Google Account registration settings.
"This means you'll need to use your Google Account password when signing in, not your Writely password (if they're different)."
Does this mean they're going live soon?
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
- SteveX Compiled » String Formatting in C#
- Commonality - Testing Code That Invokes WebServices
- DevHawk - A Question of Context
- An App A Day - Downloads
- ScottGu's Blog : Tip/Trick: Enabling Back/Forward-Button Support for ASP.NET AJAX UpdatePanel
Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Monday, September 18, 2006
MS' approach of creating a patch for upgrading Office 2007 B2 to B2TR is a PITA. First SharePoint Designer gives me a GraphicsFiltersCDRFilesIntl_1033 error (yet to be resolved), then VS 2005 Tools for Office gives me crap:
It's been stuck like this for several minutes...
Sunday, September 17, 2006
UPDATE (09/19/06): Frank updated his plugin, and addressed two of my three issues. As for the third, let me quote Frank:
The first time I went to enter "Richmond, VA" into the text box; I realized that using comma's as a field delimiter has certain drawbacks.
Hence, I made semi-colon the delimiter.
I guess that's fair - I'll deal with it.
Frank La Vigne, one of my new coworkers at AIS wrote a Live Writer plugin that allows you to tag your posts with Technorati tags. So naturally I decided to try it out. Below are some comments:
- It works (as is evident by this post.)
- It's convenient, with a simple pop-up available form both the Insert menu and the Insert action pane group
- Easy to install, just download, and extract into the plugin folder
- You have to enter the tags separated with a semicolon. Why semicolon? I can understand not using space (though I'm used to that from del.icio.us), but why not comma?
There's no icon for the menu item The Ugly: The dialogs title says Insert Hello World. Uhm - how about Insert Tags?
All in all a good job
, just in need of some simple polishing.
Via Russ Stalters' BetterECM.
Saturday, September 16, 2006
Friday, September 15, 2006
- Paul Andrew : High Level White Papers on .NET Framework 3.0 Technology Published
- Softwaremaker - Windows Workflow: Scheduler and Threads
- Buckman Laboratories Knowledge Nurture
- Amazon.co.uk: The Intranet Portal Guide: How to make the business case for a Corporate Portal, then successfully deliver: Books: David Viney
- Using HTTP compression with SharePoint
- Office SharePoint Server 2007
- Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 technology
Thursday, September 14, 2006
I decided to try out the beta of Blogger, to see if I could overcome the del.icio.us daily link post issue. No luck, but I like the improvements, especially the template layout, which works similar to Google Personalized Homepage, or SharePoint - take your pick.
One thing I did realize, however - I can log in to both this blog and the beta blog with the same username. The only thing that determines which blog I log in to is the password. This blog uses my blogger un/pwd, while the beta uses my google un/pwd - I just happen to use the same usernames for both accounts.
Now what would happen if I had also used the same password for both accounts? I realize they did this for simplicity and continuity, but it smells nonetheless.
Wednesday, September 13, 2006
I submitted the following question to del.icio.us support:
Has anyone figured out how to submit daily blog postings to blogger/blogspot?
The response, from Britta:
There's no easy way yet (we're working on this), but some people have figured out clever ways. You can take a look at http://semanticvoid.com/blog/2005/11/27/post-delicious-links-to-blogger-now/ if you like.
I'll have to try this sometime.
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
Thursday, September 07, 2006
Looks like at first I'll be doing MOSS 2007 stuff mostly, so expect to see SharePoint stuff here as I learn the technology.
Usual disclaimer: Anything said on this blog is my opinion only, and not necessarily that of AIS, nor any of my former or future employers.
My Idea: Use the aggregate (and anonymous) cell phone activity on cell-phone towers to track traffic congestion along major traffic routes. Measure traffic speed by signal strength and tower-hops, measure congestion by number of phones on the towers.
Of course this is one of those ideas that are a hell of a lot easier said than done, and the MIT guys appear to have actually figured out how to do it. It's also a lot easier to do in Europe where everyone is on a single GSM network, whereas here in the US, there are (at least) 2 network protocols and several carriers' whose data would have to be aggregated. that said, I believe this could be a valuable differentiating service that each major network could offer to its customers or sell to the media at large.