Sometimes things are just too automated–a cautionary tale

It’s been a very long time since I’ve written anything on this blog, as the very observant of you are likely to notice.  I’ve been involved in some pretty amazing projects here in Windows, and I haven’t had much time for anything other than those projects – which I hope to be able to talk…

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Aero Glass? In my Virtual Machine? Now it’s *even more* likely than you think…

Starting back in 2006, I wrote a post about how to enable Aero Glass support for Virtual Machines by using Remote Desktop / Terminal Services.  Last August, I wrote another post describing how Windows Virtual PC for Windows 7 is able to make Aero Glass happen in a Virtual Machine (hint – also Remote Desktop). …

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Using a lot of PowerShell in your presentations?

Do you hate switching back and forth between your PowerPoint slides and a PowerShell window every time you want to demo something? Apparently, so did Capt. Recursion… er… I mean John Robbins of Wintellect.  That’s why he created PowerShellPoint – a slideshow framework for PowerShell. I’ve got a PowerShell-heavy presentation coming up, and I’m definitely…

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