Has it really been 3 weeks since my last post?


I took advantage of some hardware issues and hectic travel to take a break from blogging but I didn't expect it to be 3 weeks. It is amazing how easy it is to relax (be lazy...) and stay relaxed (stay lazy...). A lot has happened in the past few weeks.....

Vista SP1 and Windows 2008 RTM were announced...

We made an offer for Yahoo! (please accept!)...

All kinds of interesting political stuff happening....

The list goes on.....


All of that stuff has been blogged and re-blogged. I don't think I can add anything new so I won't be going back and posting much about those things. But I will be posting some of my own Vista SP1 and Windows 2008 experiences soon.

This week I am in Irving, Tx for a team meeting. It is nice to be back home. Tomorrow, my fellow presenters and I will be reviewing the content we will start delivering in two weeks at the big launch activities. I will be one of the first to deliver at the New York Launch event on March 4th. The event is already "sold out", so you won't likely be able to get into that one, but there are others scattered across the US. In fact, here is a list of all the places I will be over the next few months that you can still get registered for....

March 6th   - Harrisburg, PA

March 27th - Spokane, WA

April 1st      - Seattle, WA

April 8th      - Anaheim, CA

April 16th    - Anchorage, AK

April 28th    - Boise, ID

May 6th       - Portland, OR

May 13th     - San Diego, CA

Whew!   After that we switch to new content (I don't know what it is yet) for the month of June before wrapping up the fiscal year on July 1st. We normally go dark for July and then start new content again in August. Keep an eye on the TechNet Event site for content summaries, locations and dates.



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