This is a dual post written and posted simultaneously. For the enterprise side of Iceberg, check the post over at Enterprise Alley (that's right readers, I'm cheating on you).
Charlie Osborne talks about (and to) the next generation of IT users.
London-based medical anthropologist Charlie Osborne is a journalist, freelance photographer and former teacher.
Note Wednesday 1st October 2008, a little over 3 weeks away from today in your diary. Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft and a whole load of influential partners and companies will be in London for the Microsoft Student Technology Day.
The plug-ins, the add-ons, the "download and use with" programs. So many people have been on about the "porn mode" InPrivate feature, the coloured tabs and the accelerator features, but what seems to be missing from the blogosphere is the entire gallery of additional software for the product.
What's this? Posting at 4am in the morning? Are you kidding me?
A brief overview of how the Internet came about: some years ago, some military boffs thought it'd be awesome if computers could talk to each other, so the US could nuke the hell out of other countries without actually being near there. A smart professor from England then came up with an idea to plug on top of the original idea, to make text and pictures appear on a screen.
Seriously! A copy of Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007 for just over $16 quadrillion Zimbabwe dollars.
Zack Whittaker was on compassionate leave when this was posted; posted offline and scheduled to release during this week.For many weeks, months, and I'd even say for around a year now, the kind gentry over at LiveSide have been keeping us up to date with Windows Live this and that.
Zack Whittaker was on compassionate leave when this was posted; posted offline and scheduled to release during this week.People over the years have said to me, "computers are the future; you'll end up getting a great job with wads of money.
Zack Whittaker was on compassionate leave when this was posted; posted offline and scheduled to release during this week.Late last month I wrote about the five newly released tools designed for students and academics.
Knock knock. Who's there? A shameless self-marketing campaign, trying to throw anything Microsoft related your way.