On the geek side of things, I've been involved with Microsoft's .NET since the public beta was released by Microsoft. Since then, I've co-authored "ASP.NET Development with Dreamweaver MX: Visual QuickPro Guide" (Peachpit Press, 2002) and have contributed .NET related content to other titles such as "Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004 Magic" and "Flash Remoting: The Definitive Guide".
I also run the <a href="http://www.onetug.org">Orlando .NET User Group</a> in my spare time.
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hmm ... interesting technology. Wouldn't it be cool if, say a business with two offices in different parts of the country could simply install this new video conferencing technology. They would basically have a real-time "window" to the other office ... that rocks!