Monthly Archives: November 2006

Bringing Xbox Back

It’s been a long week and I am definitely feeling the strain of too much time on the road lately along with a seriously hectic schedule around the clock between work and the book.  So needless to say I enjoyed … Continue reading

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WSS v3 Master Page Selector Feature

Those involved with SharePoint 2007 have no doubt by now noticed that MOSS 2007 allows you to select a master page via the browser while standard WSS v3 installations do not. Not to worry though, Renaud (AKA: Stramit) has written … Continue reading

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Don't wait until Web 3.0 to become unique

While browsing some of the self proclaimed “progressive” websites, I can’t help but notice it’s almost like walking through a house of mirrors – very few, if any unqiue qualities that make a company, product or service “really stand out”. … Continue reading

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The reason for less posts lately.

There are several reasons I have been unable to post as much lately, but slowly I’m digging through a pile which I hope will lead me to being able do get back on a regular schedule. First and foremost the … Continue reading

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Catching Up

I realize its been a really long time since my last post.  Things have been crazy for Shane and I over the past month.  You can really see that if you look at the fact that even his blog as … Continue reading

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Capacity and Performance Planning (SharePoint 2007)

Joel and team(s) have released some much anticipated information on capacity and performance planning: Planning for Capacity Boundaries, Estimating Performance & Capacity Requirements, Additional Factors, and Tools Within these docs you’ll find data on servers, server topologies, system sizing, figuring … Continue reading

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If you get a chance to take in the INXS (Switch) Tour, Do It!

Last night I had a chance to take in INXS with the new lead singer JD Fortune as part of their Switch Tour.  All I can say about it is, AWESOME.  This show is intense, the energy is unbelievable. The … Continue reading

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SharePoint 2007 in the Enterprise

There has been much debate lately over how much value SharePoint 2007 offers to the enterprise out of the box.  Many are quick to point out shortcomings, some warrented while others are open to debate. Sure, SharePoint 2007 cannot do everything you would … Continue reading

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Vista and Office Release, November 30

I am not sure how solid this information is but here’s what they’re saying: A Microsoft spokesperson has confirmed that the planned release dates for Vista and Office are indeed November 30 after all, fulfilling Microsoft’s promise of delivering Vista … Continue reading

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