Using ISOs with Windows Vista

One of the key pieces of functionality that I think is missing from Windows Vista is the ability to mount an ISO image.  Being able to write that image back to media would be useful too. In the past, I have used VCD Control, a tool that is available to MSDN Subscribers as a mean to be able to mount an ISO image to a virtual drive without having to burn it to a CD.

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Do you Twitter?

I saw Scoble mention this earlier on his blog today. Don’t get all worked up.  It’s not as bad as it sounds.  It’s not a medical condition, or something funny you do that keeps people staring directly at you. A global community of friends and strangers answering one simple question: What are you doing? Answer on your phone, IM, or right here on the web! It’s a pretty simple concept.  You can check out Twitter.com

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What does an Enthusiast Evangelist do?

How does that sound for a cool job title?  I was reading Jeff Sandquist’s blog yesterday and found his entry about Michael Garternberg joining Microsoft and the Channel 10 team as a Enthusiast Evangelist. I got to thinking … When I was working for Microsoft, I remember all kinds of different titles like developer evangelist, technical evangelist, etc. I never once recall hearing anything about an enthusiast evangelist.  No offense to my old colleagues, but

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