Monthly Archives: July 2009

Feeding issues

XiaoBei and Leila had a follow-up visit to the women’s clinic this afternoon. XiaoBei is doing good and Leila succeeded most of her tests. However, Leila lost too much weight. She is now only 3.05 Kg, and that is more than … Continue reading

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We are home

Today around noon we came home from the hospital with Leila. It took a little while to get all the different doctors and nurses to do their stuff before we were allowed to leave, but it’s done now.   XiaoBei … Continue reading

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Recent pictures

Some pictures of recent events. Live Spaces did not upload them in order, so it is going to be a little confusing   As XiaoBei and I install the crib, I am reading the instructions for the next step.   … Continue reading

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DDC presentations made public

Driver Developer Conference presentations from myself and my team have been made public recently.   You may find Michael’s presentation on ATA at:   http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/resources/ddc/storage.mspx         You may find the presentation co-presented by Grigory, Praveen and myself as … Continue reading

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Shopping for Leila

Thanks to gifts from family and friends in France, XiaoBei and I have been shopping for Leila.   We’ve got a pack’n’play -a recommendation from Robin-, something you can easily pack, move in the car to a friend’s place and … Continue reading

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Why upgrade to IE 8?

Some ad folks decided to go bold… Careful the video is pretty graphic (if you do not want to see, don’t play it), although not strictly speaking inappropriate for work place view.  

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