The temperatures raise these days. And I have this great limes. So what else could I do than transforming limes+cane sugar+passion fruit juice+ginger ale+ice into this really refreshing drink called “Ipanema”. It’s just like a Caipirinha. But without the headache afterwards.
Tomorrow the US TechEd takes off. If you cannot attend personally you can attend it virtually.
Microsoft hosts a website called “Virtual TechEd” where you can watch talks and keynotes via streaming video.
Beside watching the talks you can listen to the TechEd radio livestream.
Source 1: http://virtualteched.com/
Source 2: TechEd radio livestream
“An elegant vertical-axis wind turbine, quietrevolution has been designed and developed by XCO2, an established low-carbon energy consultancy and engineering practice.
Virtually silent and vibration free, quietrevolution is ideally suited to both urban sites and exposed locations.
The simple and robust design (patent pending) has just one moving part, maximising reliability and minimising maintenance requirements.”
Vertical-axis wind turbines not only look very sci-fi, but when you add LEDs to the border of the turbine you can use them as a display:
So I leave you with a patent pending revolution which produces power and is virtually silent…whatever that means.
MSDN Wiki site experiments with ways we can integrate community
contributions into the Visual Studio 2005 and .NET Framework 2.0
documentation.This is phase one. On
the current site you can add content and edit other people’s
contributions in a wiki-like fashion around the official
Microsoft-authored docs.In the future we want to take this further by allowing people to edit the Microsoft-authored docs directly.Let us know what you want to see!”
— Molly Bostic, MSDN Wiki PM
Hurray! The MSDN has it’s own wiki… I personally really like the wiki idea, when it’s used properly. So let’s hope it is used properly in this case.
I am listening to Adrienne Pierces music since about two weeks. I really like those singer-songwriter style and therefore I like Adrienne Pierces music. My favorite song is “Lost&Found” which was featured on the “Veronica Mars” soundtrack.
“The buzz on Adrienne Pierce continues to build. The Vancouver born singer/songwriter taps into a singular source to create music that has universal appeal. Her independently-produced debut, “Small Fires,” is a pop gem full of sublime songcraft and intense performances.” – John Goodman, North Shore News
Visit her website, and buy her music!