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TR Dojo bloopers for 2009


We're celebrating this holiday season with a TR Dojo episode that's dedicated entirely to me screwing up. You'll see me flub my lines, growl at the camera, and ramble on to no one in particular. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!

-- Bill Detwiler, TechRepublic Head Technology Editor

TR Dojo bloopers for 2009

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The top six stories of 2009 from Tech Sanity Check

Take a look at some of this year's top technology trends by counting down the six most popular articles from Tech Sanity Check during 2009.
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The top six stories of 2009 from Tech Sanity Check

Top tech events of the 00s's Charles Cooper and ZDNet's Larry Dignan rank the five most important tech events of the decade. Did they get it right?
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Top tech events of the 00s

The six categories of failed IT projects

There are lots of reasons why two-thirds of all IT projects fail, but most of the time it doesn't have much to do with the technologies involved.
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The six categories of failed IT projects

TR Out Loud - Holiday Episode 2009

'Tis the season to be stressed, scattered, and broke. So, what better time to sit back and relax with your weekly TROLOV -- or TR Out Loud on Video.
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TR Out Loud - Holiday Episode 2009

Five cool Microsoft applications that are free

Microsoft isn't known for giving away its products, but in this TR Dojo video, I show where to find five free programs that can be useful and fun.
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Five cool Microsoft applications that are free

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10 ways your organization can look unprofessional

Even a topnotch outfit can alienate clients and compromise professional relationships if it fails to adhere to certain business practices.
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10 reasons Windows 7 will rule the desktop OS space

In the battle for desktop OS supremacy, both Linux and Mac OS proponents say their platforms are gaining ground. See why Deb Shinder thinks Windows 7 has nothing to worry about.
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Make your presentations outstanding by breaking these 10 habits

If your presentations aren't memorable and engaging, certain habits could be standing in your way. See how to turn those habits around and achieve positive results.
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Top 10 new features in Exchange Server 2010

You'll find some significant additions to the latest version of Exchange Server. Brien Posey runs down some of the most notable new features.
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