Sorry if this is not the right place to post a message such as this but couldn't at first glance see anywhere more suitable...anyhoo..
Could I possibly, humbly and with a puppy-eye-stare request that the powers that be for Channel9 implement a way for ...
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those of us fortunate enough to work for enterprises that have an anally-retentive security policy which takes offence to someone even thinking about viewing streaming video (of the
work-related variety) from their workstation.
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... article videos to be published on Channel9 for download.
It saddens me that I miss out on your very usefull articles whilst at work, and quite frankly am to damn tired in the evening to view them from home...there's also the small factor of the other half wanting to see me or something like that.
I hope you can oblige or tell me that plans are already in place.
Thank you sirs, and keep up the great work.
(Stressed after two of three days of holding interviews) - (now chilling on Channel9 with DotNetRocks on the headphones) - (and a couple of shots from Starbucks)
I always watch Channel 9 at work. Seeing as my company deals with Microsoft Products it seems like the best place to do it.
(I also listen to .Net Rocks on my earphones while in the office!
I see you have found our work in progress To answer your plea ... yes we are going to make all of the current and prior videos available for download from Channel 9. We are still in process and have not set up the links from the video pages on Channel 9
but those will be there soon. In the meantime some of them can be found at the link above. We should have this done in the next week and you can expect to see each new video posted with a downloadable video as well. Thanks again for the suggestion, we are
I subscribe to the Microsoft Download Centre RSS feed. I get new channel9 videos every day (often 3-4) from there instead of streaming them.
Where is the Download Center RSS feed? I just tried looking for it, but could only find MSDN Subscriber Download RSS feed.
You could try out SDP, and use it to download the videos at home for later viewing at work, if all else fails.
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