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I meant to add this last week, but I'm a slacker... GC.NUG First Meeting Notes (12/09/2004) As many of you know, we had our first meeting tonight. I'd like to thank all of you who could make it. I had a great time and met some great people. I hope all of you did too. A big thank you to Blackbaud for giving us a place to meet each month.Attendance was good! We had 34 names on the signin sheet, and I know a few more folks slipped in after we got started. I think it was around 37 total.We started things ...
I don’t know if this is possible, but here’s what I want: A) A way to schedule TV recordings remotely from another PC. This might be possible just using RDP, I don’t know, I haven’t tried (yet). B) A way to change my TV recording schedule from a Smartphone, using HTTP or some other remote access method. I’d imagine this would work by having some lightweight server application on the Media Center PC, and a small client app to which you provide the Media Center’s ...
Something I saw at the MVP Summit this year and never mentioned cause I still thought it was top top secret and I would have people chasing me down if I even whispered ANYTHING to my mother about this at all is now available for pre-order from Amazon. The Microsoft Portable Media Center is an MP3/Video/Photo player that is out there to compete with Apple's IPOD. This, from the demo I saw of it in the MVP Summit, is a pretty cool device. There seem to be two models available - the Samsung Yepp YH-999 ...
Busy day in the cabanas meant a lot of lunch time cabana repeats set for Thursday. Here's the line-up so far: (note: all of these changes are on CommNet). Thursday's Changes Time Code Title Room Timeslot Change 8:30AM MBL360 Writing Secure Mobile Applications For Windows Mobile Devices Room 33ABC Session Added 11:45 AM BPRC27+ SharePoint Implementations in the Real World Room 33ABC Session Added 11:45 AM BPRC10+ Building and Enterprise Knowledge Networked with SharePoint Products and Technologies ...
Well, here goes. I'm starting this blog to add my voice to conversation that is the blogging world. I've been reading blogs for a while now and I'm completely hooked on the geek blogs. I'm interested in all things geeky with .Net development in particular. At my day job, I'm part of a two person team and together we develop and maintain our intranet and all internally developed apps. We build whatever is needed. We've been looking into SharePoint Portal Server 2003, Office 2003, and Windows Mobile ...