SUMMARY: Ed Wilson talks about an absence of conversation
This is something I have been observing for quite some time – no one seems to talk anymore. I see young people on the train with little white plastic ear buds inserted. Their heads nod in apparent agreement to some unheard conversation as if their music machines telepathically transmitted their thoughts at ultrasonic frequencies.
I finished writing my Windows PowerShell Best Practices book for Microsoft Press. I do not have all of the statistics available (number of words, number of figures, number of scripts and those type of numbers) but one value stands out clearly in my mind—one year. The Windows PowerShell Best Practices Continue reading
Well today it is foggy, gray, and gloomy outside. The temperature is expected to rise above 90 again, and currently the humidity is nearly 90%. Clearly a day like today was made to spend inside, enjoying a good book, an ice cold cola and a bit of air conditioning. Of course for me the good book will be Continue reading
What happens when you bring 5000 nerds from around the world and place them in a single building? Well if they are Microsoft employees, they begin to talk about computers. This week I am at the TechReady conference in Seattle, having been invited to speak about using Windows PowerShell to remotely administer the Windows 7 desktop, and it has already been an exciting, enlightening, and invigorating time. There are several things that are great Continue reading