While popular browsers like Firefox and Internet Explorer have done a lot of changing over the past six years, bookmarking features have done little to change their cumbersome nature.
Microsoft unveiled the "new Microsoft" without a lot of fanfare. In fact, it was played out in a simple two-page letter to shareholders, rather than the company's typical blowout, big-city event.
In the world of presidents, 51 years old is relatively young, though not so shocking these days.
Microsoft brings its out-of-date Hotmail service into the present with new social networking features, Windows Phone 7 connectivity and richer features. It's also received a new name: Outlook.com.
While Microsoft's dedication to software security should be the gold standard for others, it's a war that the company will never win.
Doug buys an iPad, but he's looking forward to the Surface.
If you've ever considered attending our independent TechMentor training conference (and meeting some of your favorite Redmond authors in the process), this year may be the year.
The capability is there but, according to Doug, the tools are lacking.
Doug on his struggles with Word 2007.
This month Doug looks back at the good ole' days of software -- and how tablets may bring it all back.
Doug's column this month focuses on the truly dismal state of privacy these days.
In his column this month, Doug shares more of what you said you want to see in Windows 8.
Doug's latest column focuses on the legacy of Steve Jobs.
Doug muses on the future demise of XP -- and why it may never completely go away