Want Some Microsoft L-O-V-E?

We all want some L-O-V-E!!! (Warning: high cheese factor to follow!) L is for LAUNCH! I do not know if you have heard but we are having these “little” events in January launching:? O is for Microsoft Office System 2007 V is for Windows Vista E is for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 That’s right folks!…

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What happens when you cross Halo and a Talent show?

This post a Will Robison WARNING: Geek Factor = Extremely high! Question: So what happens when you cross Halo and a Talent show?  Answer: You get a group of motivated High school students that showcase their amazing talent and creativity!  A buddy I work with Daryll sent me these insanely cool videos!  The videos at the bottom are…

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How in the world do video game costs get so high?

I was poking around the net the other day and I saw this interesting article at Forbes: Why Gears Of War Costs $60.   I was instantly intrigued, not only is GOW a simply fantastic game but also by how to costs get so high.  Obviously you do have to pay the artists’ and developers that…

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IAMCP in Nashville

My appologies to Ed Carnes!  I almost compltely forgot to mention , in my last post on TN (http://blogs.technet.com/matthewms/archive/2006/12/17/memphis-and-nashville-tn-the-ultimate-pit-stop-12-12-2006-and-12-14-2006.aspx) That there is a IAMCP chapter in Nashville forming in TN! This is truly exciting news! A group of local Microsoft Partners have joined together to form a Tennessee chapter of the International Association of Microsoft Certified Partners…

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Memphis and Nashville, TN: The Ultimate Pit Stop (12/12/2006 and 12/14/2006)

Good evening Memphis and Nashville!  I had such a great time last week in TN!  In fact I had so much fun I am COMING BACK!  I will be back in town in TN on January 16th and January 18th in Memphis and Nashville respectively!  This time will be slightly different it will be LAUNCH…

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SharePoint Search Technical Drill Down: Webcast (12-13-2006)

Good afternoon all my Spock, in SEARCH of answers folks! J I want to thank you for attending my webcast on Search and thank you to Blain Barton for helping out with Q/A. As we talked about the new search capabilities were very easy and very powerful…and remember all of the demos you saw required…

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Integrating the Business Data Catalog and Business Applications Using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007: Webcast (12-08-2006)

Good afternoon all my Business Data Catalog enthusiasts! Thank you for attending my webcast on talking about this fantastic feature. The catalog is an amazing feature that enables some many scenarios inside your organization. Even Tom Rizzo talked about how cool this is: http://blogs.msdn.com/thomriz/archive/2006/05/23/604290.aspx To watch a replay click here: Integrating the Business Data Catalog…

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Book of the Month for December 2006: QBQ The Question Behind the Question

Good day everyone!  Welcome to the December book of the month,  QBQ The Question Behind the Question by John G. Miller.  Are you tired of asking (out loud or to yourself) or hearing questions like these: Why do we have to go through all this change? Who dropped the ball? When is somebody going to train me? When…

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IT IS ON!!!! HALO 3 Beta sign up!

Do you want to test your skills, do you dream about being Master Chief, do you want a royal beat down by a 10 year old? The Halo 3 beta was just officially announced!   To join the beta program go to:   www.halo3.com Save the cheerleader save the world…oops wrong tag line.  🙂 Finish the fight! …

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Giving Administrators More Control in Exchange Server 2007: Webcast (11-20-2006)

Good evening everyone, Here is the Q/A log as promised from the web cast to learn more about the adminstraors tools.  Thank you to Shawn Travers to helping with the Q/A.  Here is the log and if I missed any questions please comment. To watch a replay click here: Giving Administrators More Control in Exchange…

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