2007 year-end link clearance


A few random links that I've collected over the last six months.

And then the obligatory plug for my column in TechNet Magazine, which, despite the fact that Microsoft's name is on the magazine cover, does not establish the official Microsoft position on anything.

Comments (5)
  1. Anonymous says:

    I have to say that out of all of the links, I found the backup ones most interesting. Time to randomly restore some files, now that I’ve read that! (And I think I’ll restore one that’s larger than the drives at the time of those articles’ subjects!)

  2. Anonymous says:

    re: The Opposite of Backup. I’ve read/seen similar stories, and used many backup softwares. Some are downright unreliable – think crashing just because a filename is "too long" (but still legal in Windows)

    It amazes me that some IT folks, the ones are responsible for their company’s data, would blindly trust anything without verification.

  3. Anonymous says:

    “Hand over the document…” is a broken link to the MSDN control panel.

    [Please hit Refresh. I fixed that link hours ago. -Raymond]
  4. Betsy says:

    I’m making the rounds of "last post of 2007" posts and I have to say I enjoyed the eclecticism of this one Raymond. I don’t really know what to make of some of them, and I think it best to enter 2008 in a state of childlike wonder….which you have provided :).

    Happy New Year!

    Betsy

  5. Anonymous says:

    It turns out I’m going to visit an old friend in February who works at Tekniska Verken in Linkoping.  

    I wonder if any samples ever get taken to their office parties?

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