It has been a while since I did a post full of links. I keep a folder in Outlook where I file any interesting tidbits I pick up off my RSS feeds. I like sharing that stuff because if your here reading this site then it is very possible they will also interest you.
Why is it El Salvador style? Well I am sitting in a hotel near Comalapa, El Salvador on an official visit to some of our deployed Sailors – so El Salvador it is.
Our Internet at the hotel is down right now though so I have some time to put together this post with the links I have recently collected. The staff has called in tech support for the Internet so hopefully I will get to post this online tonight instead of having to wait until I get home tomorrow evening.
So without further delay – Enjoy:
- Consolidating all my communication methods – how do you do it?
- Primer on Device Support and Testing for Windows 7
- The 72-hour test with Windows 7
- 5 Great New Features Between Live Writer And Live Spaces
- Can Microsoft do what it’s never done before: Make a new Windows version run better on old/low-end hardware than its predecessor?
- Gogo Wi-Fi Coming to United Airlines Flights in Late ’09
- New Version of Windows Live Search for Windows Mobile
- Speedtest.net – measure your network speed to locations around the world
- Shortcut Keys in Windows Seven 7
- RSS Overload: Don’t Complain, Do Something About It
- Live Mesh team joins Windows/Windows Live org
- Windows Live 2009: Rodger Benson on Windows Live Photo Gallery
- Engineering the Windows 7 “Windows Experience Index”
- Why Microsoft TAG is Interesting
- What are People saying About the Windows 7 Beta?
- Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 SP1 vs. Sun xVM VirtualBox 2.1.0
- Follow-up: Accessibility in Windows 7
- 4 Great Windows Home Server Videos
- Windows Management on Win 7
- Nice Windows 7 Feature – IE8 Download Progress
- Upgrading to Internet Explorer 8 Release Candidate 1
- Review: Windows 7 Action Center and the Control Panel
- Review: Windows 7 BitLocker
- Our Next Engineering Milestone: Windows 7
- IE8 Accelerator for Twitter
- Microsoft Fix it
- Microsoft on Twitter
- Thank You IE8 Beta Testers