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It's Time To Fall Back An Hour in the US and Canada: Daylight Saving Time Ends This Sunday
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A few links of interest today… a quick post as I need to get through my email. Busy week.
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A young African man has invented a tablet to check the hearts of people without easy access to doctors.
it's a neat concept, would be an interesting app + peripheral, cutting the device cost: http://www.rnw.nl/africa/article/cardiopad-african-invention-save-lives
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I'll bet my son will have more than one PC, but with a similar user experience on all of them...
- One computer will have a keyboard in addition to touch input. That's the convertible tablet notebook PC.
- The other will likely be light, streamlined and have very few moving parts. That's the slate.
- The last will be a smartphone.
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It's Time To Spring Forward An Hour in the US and Canada: Daylight Saving Time Arrives Sunday... http://bit.ly/whGace
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Microsoft on standards, behind the scenes building Windows 8, and more of what I've read this week...
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Microsoft has some incredible engineering talent. Among the most affable - and as noted by many at TechReady this week, approachable - is Mark Russinovich. Looking forward to the new book "Windows Internals, Part 1" coming out next month
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Of interest: Bill Gross: Twenty Amazing Facts Learned at the 2012 World Economic Forum in Davos.
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How fitting this should be my first post here: six months and Google finally acknowledges I'm me. I talk about the troubles with "real" identities in the blog post.

If a company asserts to manage my identity, they should work harder to correct their mistakes. The bar is higher than they realize - and shows a lack of understanding of the social world they claim to understand, and highlights a deficiency in their support and grievance system that exists still.
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I work on customer & partner satisfaction with the product & services groups at Microsoft (http://tinyurl.com/msftcpe)