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Microsoft, EU Reach Antitrust Accord

nberardi Re:I'll believe it when I see it... (219 comments)

Agreed. The agreement between the EU and Microsoft states that they just have to provide all the same API's publically that they use internally. There is nothing about legacy support.

about 5 years ago

Best DNS Service With API Access?

nberardi Try GoDaddy (221 comments)

I am surprised nobody I have seen mentions GoDaddy. They don't have a API that I know of, but they have a copy feature that allows you to copy setting(s) from one domain to all the domains. Makes mass updates very easy, and their DNS is rock solid and fast. Plus they are free if you have a GoDaddy account.

more than 6 years ago



nberardi nberardi writes  |  more than 7 years ago

nberardi writes "Mark Russinovich has started a series of articles regarding Vista's/Longhorn's kernel changes. "This is the first part of a series on what's new in the Windows Vista kernel. In this issue, I'll look at changes in the areas of processes and threads, and in I/O. Future installments will cover memory management, startup and shutdown, reliability and recovery, and security.""

nberardi nberardi writes  |  about 8 years ago

nberardi writes "I just thought that I would share a cute story about a company (featured on slashdot 3 .5 years ago) that tried to put together a "Microsoft Office Killer". This story was part of a 4 part series (part 2, part 3, and part 4) on a company that proves anybody can fail but it takes real "talent" to fail this bad. Many on the The Daily WTF think that is the company that the story is about. And to peak your interest about the story and the company's most recent venture, it contains a donkey that has a laptop and satellite strapped to its back to deliver internet to third world countries."


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