Monthly Archives: January 2005

Tabstrips for SharePoint Sites

Tariq had a great post this week on how you can create tabstrips for your SharePoint sites (Like you would see in a meeting workspace). I’ve done something somewhat similar in the past using dataviews and a document library for … Continue reading

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SharePoint Database Explorer Source

Looks like Jim Edelen managed to reappear briefly this week to share some links for the source code to his very popular database explorer tool and spexport. Welcome back Jim and congrads on the new job in September.

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SharePoint Backup and Restore Sample

For those of you looking to develop a SharePoint Portal Server disaster recovery strategy in the near future (I hope you have something already!!) – check out the new sample released by MSDN. The SPSBackupSample in this download (SPSBackupSample.exe) includes … Continue reading

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Why Choose Microsoft

Arpan Shah had a great post last week called “Why Choose Microsoft for Your Portal” – it’s a must read for anyone considering the rollout of a portal in addition to anyone in a position to help someone with the … Continue reading

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WSS Recycle Bin

Congrads to Eric Schnoonver (and Maxim Karpov of course) on his new article that will be featured on the Front page of February’s MSDN mag. Eric has been doing a lot of great writing on SharePoint over on his blog … Continue reading

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More IBF Webcasts

Patrick Tisseghem, one of my fave SharePoint / Office bloggers pointed to 5 new IBF webcasts last week. The Information Bridge Framework was on my 2005 “need to do more with this” list so I guess someone read my mind.

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Apple Music Store…in Canada

I was quite disappointed when Apple launched their music store last year and I raced to the site only to find out I was denied purchasing power because I didn’t have a US billing address. Major Bummer! But I was … Continue reading

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Driving Decompressions

A pleasant re-discovery for me recently was when I stumbled back upon Michael Wolf’s weblog after a few months. Apparently my RSS Feed hadn’t been updating properly because I hadn’t realized he was posting again. In fact he isn’t just … Continue reading

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New Home

After nearly 8 months of paying for 2 web hosting accounts because I was too lazy (well busy) to transfer our various sites and projects to the new hosting provider – my blog finally has a new home. I still … Continue reading

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Almost Back

It’s been a while since my last post. I pulled my weblog offline for a short while due to a change I had to make in hosting providers and some issues I was experiencing with my previous configuration. I am … Continue reading

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