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I've raised the wall, and I will be the one to knock it down.

Happy Five year anniversary to my Tumblr!

…which has really had the effect of making me aware that I am terrible at using Tumblr.

Really going to try to use this great service more in the coming year. 

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New post on SeanKilleen.com: "Reclaiming my Brain: My Upcoming Social Media Hiatus" http://www.seankilleen.com/2012/12/reclaiming-my-brain-my-upcoming-social.html

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New post on SeanKilleen.com: "How to: Fix Event 1209 for ADWS when using vCenter 5.1 on Server 2008 R2 [Field Notes]" http://www.seankilleen.com/2012/12/how-to-fix-event-1209-for-adws-when.html

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New post on SeanKilleen.com: "Bad UX Experience: MD MVA (2 for 1 deal!)" http://www.seankilleen.com/2012/12/bad-ux-experience-md-mva-2-for-1-deal.html

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New post on SeanKilleen.com: "How to: Quickly update an MVC4 project with Bootstrap LESS and FontAwesome [Field Notes]" http://www.seankilleen.com/2012/12/how-to-quickly-update-mvc4-project-with.html

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New post on SeanKilleen.com: "How To: Stop "Access Denied" errors in MVC Intranet Applications VS 2012/IIS Express [Field Notes]" http://www.seankilleen.com/2012/12/how-to-stop-access-denied-errors-in-mvc.html

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parislemon:

theeconomist:

Tomorrow’s cover today: concern about the clout of the internet giants is growing. But antitrust watchdogs should tread carefully.

Update: As a few folks have noted, perhaps the most interesting thing about the graphic is the company not included: Microsoft. Ouch.

Sure they’re included — they’re in the capsule. Safe, but not necessarily going anywhere for a bit. 
But to drag the analogy out far too much, it can also be noted that sometimes the best way to win is not to play the game. If Microsoft can stay just far away enough from that cannibalistic fracas, it may emerge king with its solid (and increasingly better-designed) lineup of products & services.

parislemon:

theeconomist:

Tomorrow’s cover today: concern about the clout of the internet giants is growing. But antitrust watchdogs should tread carefully.

Update: As a few folks have noted, perhaps the most interesting thing about the graphic is the company not included: Microsoft. Ouch.

Sure they’re included — they’re in the capsule. Safe, but not necessarily going anywhere for a bit. 

But to drag the analogy out far too much, it can also be noted that sometimes the best way to win is not to play the game. If Microsoft can stay just far away enough from that cannibalistic fracas, it may emerge king with its solid (and increasingly better-designed) lineup of products & services.

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New post on SeanKilleen.com: "Latest First-Hand WMATA Fail: SMARTripoff cards!" http://www.seankilleen.com/2012/11/latest-first-hand-wmata-fail.html

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New post on SeanKilleen.com: "How To: Stop SQL Server Reporting Services from using Port 80 on your Server [Field Notes]" http://www.seankilleen.com/2012/11/how-to-stop-sql-server-reporting.html

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New post on SeanKilleen.com: "Quick Tip: Use rsync to recursively remove .svn folders from a directory [Field Notes]" http://www.seankilleen.com/2012/11/quick-tip-use-rsync-to-recursively.html

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