Photo Books

I can’t remember when I got my first digital camera. It was certainly long enough ago that I’ve built up many gigabytes of photos of family, holidays, failed attempts at “arty” shots, and everything else. The trouble is, apart from the few that I use as desktop wallpapers, they hardly ever get looked at. I’m one of those people who won’t let people go through all of the photos that I’ve taken on a trip. I want to sort the wheat from the chaff, take the best 10%, crop them, fix the colour balance and then let people see them. … Continue reading Photo Books

PowerShell Quick Reference Guides and Cheat Sheets

For a good couple of years after I first started working with PowerShell, I had a couple of quick reference guides and this cheat sheet pinned to the wall next to my desk and it saved me checking the online help numerous times. Having them practically in my sight line all the time definitely made me more productive. Now that PowerShell covers so many areas, we need more cheat sheets. Thankfully the PowerShell community is very obliging, so there are now a bunch of them covering different products. I’ll update this post as I find more – if you find … Continue reading PowerShell Quick Reference Guides and Cheat Sheets

Lync Mobile client for Windows Phone 7

Today Microsoft has released the Lync client for Windows Phone 7, generating a load of buzz from excitied Lync users. The client doesn’t “just work” however, there are some pre-requisites that need to be in place on your organisation’s Lync infrastructure first. Fortunately my friend Ben Lee has all of this covered in great detail, so if you want to enable Lync Mobility, check out his posts: Configuring Lync Mobility And for his overview of the WP7 app, including some tips and gotchas: Overview of Lync Mobile for Windows Phone 7