Digital Lair


Back from London!

Oh I had missed England, I’ll give you that Two days that involved lots of work, but I believe everything worked out great. I do believe I was in hardware heaven :drool: In a few hours I will be flying to Warsaw for more work. Five days ahead of me, that I believe will be lots of fun, I will get to see familiar faces and friends again, and, of course, will help launching some solid products. For those of you who are interested, here’s a cool wallpaper for you, at all its 2560×1600 glory, so resize accordingly

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Windows Live Suite 0

Windows Live Suite

One of the reasons I started posting in my blog often, believe it or not, is the new Windows Live Suite, which was released a few days ago. The Live Suite includes programs such as Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Writer, Windows Live Mail, Windows Live Gallery. Here’s a snip from the report eWeed did: Microsoft has officially taken the beta moniker off the next generation of its Windows Live services, which it launched at events in New York and Los Angeles on Nov. 6. This new generation of Windows Live will be available in 36 languages and 59 countries...

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…but before that, London! 0

…but before that, London!

My schedule is kinda crazy lately, I’ll admit it. So it’s London fist, this Friday, and then Warsaw on Friday. At least I’ll get some Dr.Pepper with me back to Greece

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On to Warsaw! 0

On to Warsaw!

It’s been ages since I’ve updated this blog; I know. But I believe this is about to change. Anyway, lots of good stuff coming up next week, plus I have a certain trip to do On a totally unrelated note, I really wanted to install Windows Home Server yesterday – I had even assembled an older PC (AthlonXP 3000+, nForce4-SLI mobo, Radeon 9700 Pro :heart:, 2GB DDR1) for that; but my 40GB Hard disk felt unloved since the OS requests 65GB on installation. A big wtf from me to MS for that :confused: On the gaming front, I am trying...

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Back from Tunis! 2

Back from Tunis!

AMD’s X2000 launch in Tunis was a success in my opinion, and here I am, back in Greece. Now the difficult part begins, where I have to be in constant contact with everyone before the NDA lifts, but it’s fun Once the NDA lifts I am going to post pictures and several other stuff, but until then, hold on to your horses!

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So, on to work! 0

So, on to work!

I was in Munich from Monday to Wednesday, and it was a fun trip – I met up with Lars Weinand and we discussed strategies, where AMD currently has the upper hand and what we need to do to commute that to the press and the public. It’s an exciting thing for me, basically because times are continually changing and with a position like mine, I have to constantly adapt to new challenges. I believe I can handle it though I loved the trip for one more reason: I hadn’t spoken any Deutsch for about seven years, and this was...

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