I was excited to see one of my heroes Scott Hanselman blog about his using an RT 2 for primary PC. We drew a lot of the same conclusions (link [http://www.hanselman.
Second attempt at Day 2 and Day Three – I shouldn’t have to do this – type my blog in Word and then copy and paste to the WordPress app. I realize that’s
Not good start. Was typing up day two and three in my car waiting on my meeting. Internet flaked out as I hit publish, WordPress app crashed. Seven decent paragraphs gone.
I was pleased that I was able to get so much done using Surface today. I think I’m good to go for tomorrow. Sure there are things that require me to remote
So far this seems to be going pretty well. I had to switch to my backup laptop to work on a couple of 80,000 row CSV files. Processing that on the RT
Who woulda thought I’d need Access of all things this morning. HA! And Visio. And Project. Hrm. This is why I am having to remote into Beefy at home and would certainly
In the first 30 minutes, I had to do the following: 1. Open up all of my email and do a search – worked good – yah Outlook 2. Realized that the second kickstand position
Starting tomorrow, I’ll be attempting to use my brand new Surface 2 (not the Pro) as my primary work PC. I’ve got a type keyboard, a mini-HDMI to HDMI converter a
For four years, I’ve railed against Android. Everything about it is vile – it’s fragmented, it’s got malware all over the place, buggy, crashy and it’s written in Java. It
More news from the webs this morning that indicate MSFT now seems a bit more interested in the recent hacks of the running kernel in Windows RT which allows you to install and
Here’s a funny one for you as identified by my buddy Bryan: What do you get when you cross SharePoint [http://sharepoint.microsoft.com] 2013’s BI Stack (PowerPivot [http://technet.microsoft.
This is a ‘quick press’ for something that I just noticed by way of my colleague Bryan. When you are spinning up your SharePoint 2013 environments and getting everything good to go, it