Day: May 16, 2020

Covid Pandemic Data Driven

If Remote Work Becomes Commonplace, What Happens to Real Estate in Big Cities?

SalesForce, Microsoft, and Twitter have all extended their work from home policies either indefinitely or for the remainder of the year. To say that housing is expensive in the Bay Area would be an understatement. Frank ponders what will happen to the real estate market if you only go to the office once or twice […]

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AI Video Production

AI Based Alpha Matte Generation–Green Screen without a Green Screen

By now, you have surely used a video conferencing tool like Teams or Zoom that has automatic background replacement to hide your messy home office from colleagues and customers. Also by now, you have likely noticed that the technology is still a little rough, or fuzzy, around the edges. Two Minute Papers explores some revolutionary […]

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Interesting Microsoft

How to Use OneNote Effectively

I’ve been a fan of OneNote since I was a Tablet PC MVP, which was quite a long time ago. However, I never feel like I’m getting the maximum benefit from the tool. Leila Gharani share her top OneNote productivity tips. Most of us take notes in some way or another – on a piece […]

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AI Hardware

NVIDIA GTC 2020 Keynote in 10 minutes

Engadget edited down the NVIDIA GTC 2020 to 10 minutes to capture the highlight and Jensen Huang has a cool looking kitchen.

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Azure

AzUrlShortener: An open source, budget-friendly URL shortener

AzUrlShortener is an open source, budget-friendly URL shortener you can deploy directly from GitHub with one click into your Azure subscription. In this episode, Frank Boucher joins Scott Hanselman to explain how to get it, why it’s inexpensive, and explores the source code.      Related Links: FBoucher/AzUrlShortener GitHub project AzUrlShortener: How It Works Azure Functions overview […]

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