So we went to a Windows 7 House Party.And you know what?
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Born on the Channel Island of Jersey, Simon moved to the UK to attend the University of Bath where he studied electrical and electronic engineering. Since then a varied career has included being part of the team building the world's first solid state 30KW HF radio transmitter, writing electromagnetic modelling software for railguns, and testing the first ADSL equipment in the UK. He also built one the UK's first national ISPs, before spending several years developing architectures for large online services for many major brands. For the last decade he's been a freelance writer, specialising in enterprise technologies and development. He works with his wife and writing partner Mary Branscombe from a small house in south west London, or from anywhere there's a WiFi signal and a place for a laptop.
Mary Branscombe is a freelance tech journalist. Mary has been a technology writer for nearly two decades, covering everything from early versions of Windows and Office to the first smartphones, the arrival of the web and most things inbetween.
There are two Adobes. One is the company that produces the design tools that give our image-saturated world its glossy look and feel.
To me, telepresence is high-enough definition video conferencing that it feels like the person you're seeing video of is actually in the room. Cisco's Telepresence does that, and so does HP's Halo.
Why does Microsoft call its cloud computing platform Azure? After all, a blue sky doesn't actually have any clouds in.
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