Our very own Jim Lyon (Wikipedia link), co-inventor of INTERCAL (the programming language most of Windows Home Server is written in), has started blogging. Jim's industry experience and strong wit are sure to make his blog a favorite along the lines of other great technical Microsoft bloggers like Mark Russinovich and Dare Obasanjo.
For those of you who don't know Jim was instrumental in the design and implementation of Windows Home Server's amazing and innovative Home Computer Backup solution (Technical brief). He's the "rocket scientist" behind the "rocket science" that makes it work.
Check his blog out at: http://lyontamers.com/blogs/jimlyon/. Make sure you give him a hard time if he's not being controversial enough. 🙂