My last post!

Don’t let the title confuse you, it’s only my last post here at MSDN! As most of you know, I’ve been blogging on MSDN since 19 December 2005! It is time to move on… I made the decision to move my blogging addiction to my very own domain. On the new location you can continue…


I Like Smileys!

What can I say other than that I like Smiley’s 


Transforming David…

A few day’s back I had a blog post about David transforming into Optimus Prime if he would receive 50 comments on his post. Guess what? He received 58 comments and has ordered his costume! I want to thank those who read my initial post and left David a comment, you know who you are! Read his…


If you’re an Aussie and you want to see Optimus Prime…

If you’re an Aussie (or not) and you want to see Optimus Prime at the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 launch in Oz …for that, you only need to leave a comment at David’s blog saying he needs to keep his end of the bargain! (We only need 30 more to hit the 50 needed comments) I already left…


CRM Geek Speak

A geek, Aaron Elder, speaking about Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Share this post :


Smiley celebrates 25th birthday

You might not know this, but I am a huge Smiley fan and collector since the early 90’s. I have everything from a Smiley teapot, a Smiley phone to my recently acquired keychain. With this in mind I want to bring to your attention that 25 years ago today, the two original text smileys, 🙂…


I got lifecasted!

Lifecasted?! Maybe I invented a new word…anyway’s …what’s lifecasting you might think? Well lifecasting is when somebody is using a portable camera to broadcast their activities over the Internet 24 hours a day. Justin,, started lifecasting on March 19, 2007 and got a lot of attention by the media., founded in San Francisco by Justin Kan, is currently…



Ok, I did it! I am giving a try. From what I have seen so far, it reminds me the most of my good old IRC days; a kind of disconnected version anyways. Sign up or in and follow me at:


Synchronous vs. Asynchronous

SynchronousIn general, synchronous (pronounced SIHN-kro-nuhs, from Greek syn-, meaning “with,” and chronos, meaning “time”) is an adjective describing objects or events that are coordinated in time. In information technology, the term has several different usages. In other words a process occurring at the same time or at the same rate or with a regular or predictable…


It was too good to be true….right?

I was reading today’s USA Today and It turns out that Apple’s much-ballyhooed iPhone wasn’t as big a seller as projected….Read more here: