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I'm finally back home for a night. After flying back from San Fransisco and touching down at about noon on Monday, I came home for about two hours before leaving again to go up to Cambridge where I spent Tuesday at the Microsoft Research labs there. Met up with my fellow MVPs, including Jack Hoxley and Simon O'Connor. Along with a few other people - including Sean O'Driscoll, who heads up the MVP programme within MS, and Karen who is the EMEA lead - we were out clubbing until 4am. Amazingly though we were all up for breakfast by 8:30am.

Now that I'm home for a few days, I'm going to get stuff like email sorted out (over a thousand messages to sort through, joy) and then I'll get stuck into my writeups. There's some dynamite information that needs to be passed on to you folks so I want to do a good job - I'm going to try talking to my contacts at MS to try and get hold of copies of the PPTs they used so that I can check that everything is accurate and that I don't miss anything.

Apologies for the fact that I've only put up one thing so far... I'm now well over a week behind schedule on it. Later in the conference I switched to taking notes on my laptop directly instead of writing them down, so hopefully when I get to the writeups for those sessions it will get easier.
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