Monthly Archives: April 2007

Book (Abstract) Review – The people’s tycoon.

On my trip to UCSD, I caught up with some reading of (chiefly) business abstracts.  I read an awful lot for work, so sometimes these pile up.  I think it’s important to always be challenging your mind, and I hope … Continue reading

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Interviewing at UCSD

I’m here interviewing at UCSD for the next couple days.  Looking forward to meeting everyone and looking around a bit!

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Internet Radio legal woes

I’m a big fan of internet radio (http://pandora.com/ in particular) and was shocked to learn that most internet radio is probably going to go bankrupt.  You may have read it in the news, or on http://savenetradio.org – an increase in the … Continue reading

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How to launch an un-elevated process from an elevated process

This question has come up a fair amount lately.  …  for more, see my msdn blog.

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Talking about HOWTO: How to demo Windows Vista (part 1) – “Guided Help”

Quote …  AND NOW, SOME COMMENTARY… JUST BECAUSE I CANWhat’s really sick is that we had this technology back in 1989.  It was called Visual Test which was basically a companion product to Visual Basic and the other Visual development … Continue reading

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