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There was a time when my blog was the source of talk and inspiration in the Microsoft Israel community. It was the twilight days of Windows Vista and Windows 7 was in beta stages and gaining popularity, so I took the neat and clean Aero interface and based my blog design on that. At the time, it was the top of the line. I was even invited to Microsoft to give a lecture on blog design, and was referred by them to partner companies to help them design their own blogs. Since then, however, a rich man...
My blog's design is a bit unique. The title and background rotate randomly, something I have achieved by directing it to a script on my other website. My website, however, was hosted on GoDaddy, and given the latest fiasco with their CEO , I’ve decided to remove my account and stop using their services. Once I have a bit of free time (not likely to be soon, though) I’ll rework the design and fix it. In the meantime, I apologize for the broken look of the blog. -Elad
Living in Israel, for years I’ve been living a lie. As you may or may not know, the broadcasting standard here is the same as Europe: PAL. PAL is a broadcasting standard for analogue European televisions, VCRs, DVDs, game consoles, etc. ‘Broadcasting Standard’ is the definition of the analogue stream which is translated to the color separation method, the resolution, and the frame rate used by the broadcaster or device. Most of the content in Israel comes from America, which uses NTSC – a different...
I mean really? Come on! Enough with the ______ over ______ flight games, already!
This one goes out to the entire team at the Microsoft Windows Beta team, and specifically Wendy who spearheaded the community aspects of the Beta program, making it an awesome program to participate in. I was lucky enough to be randomly selected (from a bunch of guys who answered the Printing Management Service survey) to receive a bunch of gifts from Wendy and the Microsoft team, and here they are: All the stuff together Again, with labels: Again, from a higher angle: And now, to close-ups: Ok,...