BizSpark companies – want to attend Startup2Startup?

Please visit the permanent link to "BizSpark companies – want to attend Startup2Startup?" over on my blog for the full article. On January 12th 2009, I announced that I will be moving my blog off of blogs.msdn.com off to my own domain. "ai"

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Do you heart 7 yet?

Please visit the permanent link to "Do you heart 7 yet" over on my blog for the full article. On January 12th 2009, I announced that I will be moving my blog off of blogs.msdn.com off to my own domain. "ai"

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Microsoft Software and Open Source – not mutually exclusive

Please visit the permanent link to "Microsoft Software and Open Source – not mutually exclusive" over on my blog for the full article. On January 12th 2009, I announced that I will be moving my blog off of blogs.msdn.com off to my own domain. "ai"

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Startup Chat – Qik and Windows Mobile

Please visit the permanent link to "Startup Chat – Qik and Windows Mobile" over on my blog for the full article. On January 12th 2009, I announced that I will be moving my blog off of blogs.msdn.com off to my own domain. "ai"

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180 degrees on Twitter

Please visit the permanent link to "180 degrees on Twitter" over on my blog for the full article. On January 12th 2009, I announced that I will be moving my blog off of blogs.msdn.com off to my own domain. "ai"

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And the winner of the top Technology Innovation of 2008 is…

Please visit the permanent link to "And the winner of the top Technology Innovation of 2008 is…" over on my blog for the full article. On January 12th 2009, I announced that I will be moving my blog off of blogs.msdn.com off to my own domain. "ai"

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The (beta) launch of Artificial Ignorance

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve imagined writing this post. Well, the time has finally come – I’m packing my blog and moving it off of blogs.msdn.com. http://www.Artificialignorance.net will no longer redirect to http://blogs.msdn.com/aniyer. Why am I moving? Simple – I wanted more control over my blog. Blogs.msdn.com and community server have been…

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Windows 7 Beta now available to BizSpark startups

The technoverse is buzzing with the announcement our CEO Steve Ballmer made yesterday at CES – the availability of Windows 7 Beta to MSDN and TechNet subscribers. BizSpark startups essentially get access to MSDN subscriptions, and therefore can start experimenting with Windows 7 today. Here’s what the MSDN site will look like for BizSpark startup…

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