Feng Shui for my Surface…

It’s early, but I’m already reorganizing furniture in preparation for Microsoft Surface (Winter 2007).  If you’re unfamiliar, I encourage you to visit http://www.microsoft.com/surface/ and learn more.  Microsoft Surface among its great potential and possibilities, offers what is known as direct interaction, basically the ability to “touch” something that has always been virtual and just out of our reach such as digital images, music, etc. sans mouse or keyboard.  The Microsoft Surface form factor (30″ tabletop horizontal) permits a multi-user computing experience through recognizing, simultaneously – many items at once. Although various iterations have floated around campus for some time, it’s exciting to know that soon one may be sitting in front of my television, or maybe my kitchen, or…


More Surface reading:


Popular Mechanics, July 2007 Issue

TechReady5 is fast approaching…

TechReady5 is fast approaching and I’ve just confirmed my speaking schedule.  For those internal readers planning to attend any sessions I am presenting, I’ve included the complete schedule below (rooms are TBD):


OFC327  Upgrading SPS 2003 Areas and Portals to Office SharePoint Server 2007
7/25/2007 1:30PM-2:45PM     


OFC323  SharePoint Disaster Recovery, Failover, & High Availability
7/26/2007 10:15AM-11:30AM     


OFCCT301-R1  MSIT: Upgrading Customized Sites, Portals To MOSS 2007
7/23/2007 1:30PM-2:45PM     


OFCCT302-R1  DPM and Sharepoint
7/26/2007 4:15PM-5:30PM     


OFCCT301-R2  MSIT: Upgrading Customized Sites, Portals To MOSS 2007
7/27/2007 10:30AM-11:45AM     


OFCCT302-R2  DPM and Sharepoint
7/27/2007 2:45PM