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Friday, June 16, 2006

The end of an era

So Bill Gates decided to step down from his active role at Microsoft. I think that this is a pretty big event. An end of an era for one of the greatest companies (not just in technology) Here's to the new beginning. To the "Microsoft 2.0"


Monday, June 12, 2006

A Ring Tone That Only Teens Can Hear!

This is probably one of the coolest news stories that I've seen. There is a new ringtone that is used by teenagers but can not be heard by adults. There is a real science that is behind the ringtone. The range of human hearing shrinks with age about 2 decibels every 10 years. The ringtone is just outside the range of an average teenagers (just above 17-18 khz). The hearing of an adult end usually ends around 14-15 Khz and therefore ringtone is generally not heard by the adults. Check out more info here: Smartphone Thoughts :: View topic - Teen Buzz, A Ring Tone That Only Teens Can Hear!


Announcing msdnman

For all those Unix gurus, or just those who have a use for command line MSDN reader, here's msdnman


Google Earth gets an upgrade

More coolness in the Web world. Google world gets an upgrade. Google Earth - Home


Sunday, June 11, 2006

ASP.NET Enterprise Manager on Steroids: Ajax, Multiple DB types, And open source!

This seems awsome. This is a great example of taking the web to the next level, and might be a perfect solution for DMZ environments. ASP.NET Enterprise Manager on Steroids: Ajax, Multiple DB types, And open source!


Friday, June 09, 2006

.NET Framework 3.0

WinFX is getting renamed to .NET Framework 3.0. And it will be shipped together with Vista. And it will be available to XP and 2003. And it should not delay Vista any more (should is the key :) Yeee haaaa.


Thursday, June 08, 2006

Minh T. Nguyen's Blog : Visual Studio .NET Tips and Tricks - Free PDF Download

There is a great book that now is available completely free in PDF format. Free PDF-download of my book �Visual Studio .NET Tips and Tricks� on The book comes in a non-printable format, but if you like it you can get a cope from many retailers.


Microsoft Jumps in the WIKI bandwagon

Microsoft just made a public a new site: There is quite a bit of press around it from the Microsoft bloggers. This is definetely something to keep a close look at.


Monday, June 05, 2006


SMTP This New site from Microsoft focused on "Communications from the Open Source Software Lab @ Microsoft" Check out Port25 (

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