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FrontPage MVPs at the 2007 MVP Global Summit

Filed under: Expression Web,FrontPage,Microsoft,MVP Program,MVP Summit — spiderwebwoman at 11:49 am on Sunday, March 25, 2007

Here’s a group shot taken of the FrontPage MVPs at one of our platform sessions with the Expression Web Product Group, along with April Spence, our MVP Lead. I think the FrontPage MVPs are the best – we all get along so well – online and in person.    

It’s MVP Global Summit time again

Filed under: Microsoft,MVP Program,MVP Summit,SupportSpace — spiderwebwoman at 7:58 pm on Thursday, March 1, 2007

The 2007 Microsoft MVP Global Summit is being held from March 12 to 15 in Seattle and Redmond, Washington. There are about 3,500 MVPs worldwide and at last count, approximately 60% of them are attending this year. It will be great to see old friends and make new ones and put faces to the names […]

“Office 12” will do PDF and the PDFs will be accessible

Filed under: Accessibility,Microsoft,MVP Summit — spiderwebwoman at 10:51 am on Monday, October 3, 2005

At the MVP Summit, Steven Sinofsky, senior vice president of Microsoft(r) Office at Microsoft Corp., made a major announcement about the next version of Office – currently known as “Office 12”. PDF support will be built into Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, OneNote, Visio, and InfoPath – and yes, the PDF documents will be accessible. […]

MVP Summit 2005 starts in less than two hours

Filed under: Microsoft,MVP Program,MVP Summit — spiderwebwoman at 1:33 pm on Wednesday, September 28, 2005

It’s a beautiful day in Seattle, sunny and in the 60’s – in about two hours we leave for MVP Summit registration! I arrived yesterday, via two great flights on American Airlines, met up with Yoshie Kohama, a FrontPage MVP from Japan at the airport, and took the Airporter to the W Seattle. I’ve got […]

Microsoft Announces Most Valuable Professional Award Recipients and Sets Date for 2005 MVP Global Summit

Filed under: Microsoft,MVP Summit — spiderwebwoman at 1:30 pm on Wednesday, January 19, 2005

REDMOND, Wash., Jan. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Today Microsoft Corp. is pleased to announce the 2005 class of Microsoft® Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs). This select group of outstanding members from online and offline communities represents the richest, most technically and globally diverse community in the program’s history, with more than 2,600 MVPs. “As we enter the […]

Another MVP Summit post

Filed under: MVP Summit — spiderwebwoman at 6:33 pm on Wednesday, April 28, 2004

Well, not really a post, just a link, to photos of the Microsoft Company Store – we got to shop there during the MVP 2004 Global Summit. A great place to pick up branded merchandise to impress your friends – badge holders, toys, clothing, etc.

Pictures from the MVP Summit

Filed under: MVP Summit — spiderwebwoman at 1:02 pm on Sunday, April 11, 2004

At Julie Lerman’s blog:    Ambrose Little’s MVP Summit pics and WS-Sushi At MouseTrax (Diane and Greg Chapman): 2004 MVP Summit! Albert D. Kallal: MVP 2004 Summit James Avery: MVP Summit 2004

FrontPage MVP has a rough time getting home from the MVP Summit

Filed under: MVP Summit — spiderwebwoman at 9:02 am on Saturday, April 10, 2004

Owners Have Outrageous Trip to the Blue Grass: Two of the owners of That’s an Outrage had an eventful Thursday on their way to Lexington for Saturday’s Toyota Blue Grass Stakes (gr. I)–their plane caught on fire. Denise Moewes and Tim Dores, who race under the nom du course Bull Stick Stables, own half of […]

MVP Summit in the news

Filed under: MVP Summit — spiderwebwoman at 7:56 pm on Friday, April 9, 2004

At the Microsoft PressPass site: “Executives speaking at the MVP Summit included Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer; Jim Allchin, group vice president of the Platforms Group; Eric Rudder, senior vice president of Servers and Tools; Lori Moore, corporate vice president of Product Support Services (PSS); and Rich Kaplan, corporate vice president of the Content Development […]

What a great way to say “Welcome”

Filed under: MVP Summit — spiderwebwoman at 6:56 pm on Friday, April 9, 2004

I had read about the Welcome MVP Banners hanging all around the campus on Scoble’s blog but it was great to see them for myself – here’s one of them: This picture was taken with my Sprint Samsung phone. There were also banners for specific product groups – like the Windows Mobile Group.

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