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Saturday, September 21, 2002

Over the rainbow - [10:48 AM]

I was hard pressed to leave Seattle when we moved back to California. I loved it, everything about it. After being back in the Valley for five plus years I can't believe how much I truly love being back. When I got off the plane last night all I could think was this is home. I love being back and I'll probably never leave again, even though it's hotter than heck here in the summer.

There's no place like home.

Hey .NET heads

We've shipped a new Primary Interop Assembly, or PIA, for Visio. If you're creating managed code assemblies and need to work with Visio, or Office apps, you need these interop assemblies.

Out of blog touch

Last week was a strange work week. I can't even begin to describe all the trouble I had trying to work much less visit my daily reads. Time to catch up.
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Friday, September 20, 2002

Movie line of week answer. - [7:29 AM]

We have two winners, one from the States and one from the UK.

It's not the years, honey, it's the mileageOur local winner is a gentleman by the name of Dave Rogers and the UK winner is Mark Naisbitt. Congratulations guys!

The correct answer is...

Raiders of the Lost Ark.

The road home

It's been a very interesting week here in Seattle. We had all kinds of problems. From hardware to networks to software configuration. It was mostly a waste of time, but we managed to knock down some nasty critters during our stay. My flight is outta here at high noon, the sooner the better.
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Thursday, September 19, 2002

Movie line of the week. - [7:15 AM]

And.... ACTION!Thursday already? Time flies when you're having computer trouble.

So are you ready? Here she goes...

It's not the years, honey, it's the mileage.

Ok, quick, what movie! Send your guesses here
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Tuesday, September 17, 2002

About security... - [8:10 AM]

"Why does the White House refuse to tell Microsoft to get tough on security?" - [via Scripting News] - The White House doesn't have to say a word. Come to work here and you'll see why. Security has been pounded into our brains over, and over, and over. Don't think we're sitting on our thumbs. There's a huge push to make sure our software is as secure, or more secure, than any software in the world. Painful for users and for developers, yes. In the end you'll have extremely tight software. I don't like being embarrassed by security flaws any more than the next guy, and yes it's embarrassing. That alone will drive us to more secure software.
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Monday, September 16, 2002

Good morning from rainy Seattle! - [9:36 AM]

I'll be in Seattle all week. Just got in and settled. I tried to remote back into by dev box, no luck. My DSL line has been flaky for the past two weeks. Must be all those hard working folks at SBC installing new lines or something. Anywho the posts will probably be few and far between. When I'm here, I'm workin'!

Catch ya'll later.
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