Things seen around Microsoft (and perhaps your college campus?): a fractal panda

In the category of the interesting and odd things I see around Microsoft, this is one of the most unique, one that has found its way onto the Internet. It’s the fractal panda (or is that Fractal Panda?). It’s used by our good folks in Microsoft during various college informational trips. (I noted this on…

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Wonder what’s up at the Microsoft Giving Campaign? Here’s a look at few auction items generating interest

As I noted here, this year’s Microsoft Giving Campaign activities kicked off recently. In support of the charity auction we run, I posted a few items of interest. (If you don’t know about our campaign, see this link for more info: http://bit.ly/1ajgA0.) Although this event and the items are only open to Microsoft employees, I…

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The Microsoft Giving Campaign kicks off!

For those FTEs who read this blog, a quick note to let you know that I have posted a few items of interest on this year’s Microsoft Giving Campaign auction. (If you don’t know about our campaign, see this link for more info: http://bit.ly/1ajgA0.) A couple of very choice items will be posted this week…

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+1: Hugh MacLeod is a Comic Genius

On my way to a meeting, but first: this top of the hat to Steve Clayton. As Steve posted and Tweeted today (you can see that for yourself here), Hugh MacLeod is a Comic Genius. (More on his work briefly in a pastpost and on his blog/ site at http://www.gapingvoid.com/.) I have to agree. "I…

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Of interest: New ‘Life without Walls’ Wallpapers for your PC… or Mac

Brandon LeBlanc said on the The Windows Experience Blog that he’s posting a few of the new "Life without Walls" images as desktops… In light of tonight’s new ad "Life without Walls" seen in newspapers today along with the new "Real PC" TV ads (see Chris’s post); I’ve decided to make wallpapers for folks so…

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