Scott Hanselman has a post talking about how his cousin's company ran into some difficulty recently, that Scott believes could be resolved by "net sourcing" certain functionality.
I have been investigating nHibernate recently. I am writing some web service interfaces to our ERP product and I would like some painless way of talking to the database.
Eric has entry on the future of Java now that Sun's new leader is talking about letting go. I have always felt that if Sun hadn't stopped Microsoft innovating their JVM that we would all be Java programmers by now and the language debate would be mute.
Here's another classic example of why MSN search sucks... Search for "ADAM tutorial Active Directory" in MSN and then do the same in Google.
I decided to move my blog. Blogger has been hosting it for the last year or so, but I was getting annoyed with the workarounds needed to support trackbacks etc. Anyway, I chose Wordpress because of Scoble, the fact that it is free and I have a web host that only supports PHP and MySQL. I would love to have a host that supports .Net, but I just have found one that's cheap enough yet.