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  • The Vista Daily #18

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    Thursday is now officially Delay Day. Both Apple and Microsoft took their lumps for delaying products today. Here's the lowdown, plus some other things that caught my eye today... Apple Roundup: Ed Oswald, a longtime Mac enthusiast and BetaNews reporter
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  • The Vista Daily #17

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    I should rename this to The Vista Weekly, because I can never seem to make this a daily thing. Oh well, here's to trying. Lots of Microsoft news going on, here's some of the things you might have missed... Xbox 360: A Mexico City mayor is trying a unique
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  • The Vista Daily #16

    <sigh> I wish American Idol would let you vote to boot people instead of keep them. Then Sanjaya would have been sent home a while ago. That's why 13 year olds shouldn't have cell phones. But I digress. Anyway, here's what's been going on with Microsoft
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  • The Vista Daily #15

    Welcome to the Tuesday night "Sanjaya needs to go home" edition of The Vista Daily. Here's what's been going on since Sunday: Xbox: Xbox 360: Back in Black . An HDMI-enabled black Xbox 360 "Elite" is coming, and it will be $479 $20 cheaper that the Premium
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  • The Vista Daily #14

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    I don't usually do this on weekends, but I found a lot going on in the past few days, so here's a special weekend edition of "The Vista Daily". News AMD surges past Sony, Micron, Infineon, and Freescale to become the #8 microprocessor company in the world
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  • The Vista Daily #13

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    I'm not even gonna try to play catchup on this one. Extended Daylight Savings Time came and went . There seemed to be a lot of people having issues with the numerous patches, but that was before the switchover. It didn't end up being the Y2K07 that most
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  • The Vista Daily #12

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    It's the "where did the week go" edition. I've got some catching-up to do, so here are more links than you can shake a stick at: The Vista Application Compatibility list is out . 800 apps and counting. Hopefully more are going through certification as
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  • The Vista Daily #11

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    Today's "Vista Daily" is the "Getting Over Pink Eye Edition". Yesterday was not a lot of fun, but today's a better day. Windows Server "Longhorn" February CTP has been released . I'll be installing it tomorrow to see what this build is all about. Virtual
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  • The Vista Daily #10

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    The last few days have been crazy, so I missed last night's recap. The Xbox 360 is propping up PS3 sales... literally . [via PlanetXbox360 ] Michael Gartenberg is now a Microsoft "Enthusiast Evangelist" . My hopes for a newly-freed Gartenberg are just
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  • The Vista Daily #9

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    Today's "Daily" is the "Oh No You Didn't!" edition. It was a strange day in Microsoft-land. REALLY strange. Microsoft tells Windows 7 watchers to find something better to do , like talk about Vista. Microsoft should have just let us talk instead of rapping
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  • The Vista Daily #8

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    Welcome to the "Monday came too soon" edition of The Vista Daily. Here's a small spattering of what happened today: Office 2007's sales are doing extremely well. "With almost zero advertising and marketing until the January 30, 2007 retail launch, I expected
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  • The Daily Vista #7

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    Another quiet day in Microsoft-land. Most everyone is at TechReady 4 this week, so not much news today. Corporate computer threats 'moving to Adobe' , says Black Hat conference creator Jeff Moss. His argument is that because Vista and Office 2007 are
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  • The Vista Daily #6

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    Welcome to the not-quite-the-weekend edition of The Vista Daily. Thursdays are typically quiet, so not much happened today. There's still a few items of note, so here we go! Microsoft is researching the possibility of releasing an update to FrontPage
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  • The Windows Daily #5

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    In my own personal protest of today's major story , this entry was created on my Windows Mobile phone while listening to a Zune and walking back and forth across the street. All the BS going on in the world today, and THIS is how our elected officials
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  • The Vista Daily #4

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    It's been a crazy couple days, so this one's a little late. So here's the "catching up" edition... The New York Times thinks the "Wow" was missing from the Vista launch . I think the NYT has a pretty big pair of stainless steel cahones to be able to make
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  • The Vista Daily #3

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    Today's post should be the "Bill Gates" edition, since we've got a bunch of them. "Vista is so secure it could run life support systems" . In their effort to summarize the quote, the author mislead people with their title. Gates said it could run hospitals
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  • The Vista Daily #2

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    Here's the Vista Daily for Thursday, February 1, 2007. Microsoft dethrones Johnson & Johnson as Most Trusted Company . WHAT??!? Unbelievable. I thought the world hated Microsoft? And no, I didn't vote for them 5,000 times. Vista Speech commands can
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  • The Vista Daily #1

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    Since the Vista news has exploded in recent days, I'm going to start doing link posts for the articles that I think are important, but I don't necessarily have anything extra to add to the discussion. Without further ado, here it goes: ActiveWin's 72
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