It was colder than…

Today in the Seattle Times’ Here & Now Traffic Watch: Several thousand people are expected at Safeco Field today for a private, daylong business gathering. Pedestrian and vehicle traffic, including more than 200 charter buses, is likely to impact the stadium area from about 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. No kidding. The lights. The sounds….

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Windows OneCare (Status: Beta)

Enterprise Windows IT has a brief story this week on Windows OneCare which is in beta. Says E-W-IT: “If Windows OneCare is reasonably priced, plenty of consumers will be happy to forget all about viruses, firewalls, and file fragments and let the computer take care of itself.” Just having a service ping me regularly to defrag and…

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Malware is deadware with MWMSRT…

My kids clicked on some crazy web page yesterday and installed a piece of software that just wouldn’t uninstall. (Note: I remembered today that I could’ve booted in safe mode and then unistalled the #$%&ware, but with two screaming boys scrambling for the PC you don’t always think clearly…) Call out the dogs: the Microsoft Windows Malicious…

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"Grumble grumble." Customers talk back to Comms Companies…

The Washngton Post today has an interesting online transcript of a discussion between consumers and company execs to discuss customer service in the communications industry. Included were execs from Cingular Wireless, Cox Communications and Verizon. This was a follow up to an article that ran in August in the Post… Consumers Frustrated With Static on the…

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Of interest & Links: Preparing for a disaster

OK, this has nothing to do with customer and partner sat, but for those who didn’t see this Sunday’s article in the Seattle Times on preparing for a disaster, I wanted to post it here. No matter where you are, there’s always a chance that nature will throw something your way. Coming from Northern California a couple…

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Disclaimer – RMF

All rights reserved, all my opinions and provided “AS IS” with no warranties or rights. Be nice to people and smile more. Included content is especially not intended to convey the views of Microsoft. The content of this site consists of my personal opinions and do not officially represent my employer’s view in any way. From time…

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The math behind monkeys and blogging

Although I blog internally at Microsoft and kept up a family web site with regular updates going since our first boy arrived in the late 90’s (a barn burner of bits), I thought it would be interesting to kick a blog off on MSDN.   I’ve titled the blog “Satisfy Me” more as a reference…

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