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    Sathyaish Chakravarthy

    Until 10 years ago, I used to read a lot of MSDN everyday from the local .CHM file that came with the Visual Studio installation of your choice.

    I still read the Web version of MSDN but I get the feeling that I am not in control because I don't know how to locate the topic I am reading again, except for bookmarking it in my browser. I would like to be able to see the entire MSDN content tree so as to get a perspective of the way content is organized.

    This will also enable me to see regular columns that I might be interested in reading on a regular basis. Back in the day, I used to love reading the usability column from Scott Berkun and a few others.

    I would love to get back to reading MSDN with some feeling of control as to what I am reading as I still find reading the MSDN an immensely enjoyable activity.

    How do I do that?