It has been awhile since my last post. Unfortunately there were some evil-doers that decided to hack and take down my blog. I am told, thankfully, that I am told this was some automated ‘bot’ that went and started messing with many of my ISP’s sites randomly. A review of the database does not show any issues with your personal data being impacted but I am going through the entire (very large) database of users and cleaning out anyone that looks like spam and removing the ability for people to sign up without verifying themselves first.
Please watch this space for more posts about Project Management and photography instead of more crazy technical troubles (I hope!).
Thank you for your patience,
Many of you may know that a nasty little hacker got into my webserver and hacked the ProjectNation.net site. I apologize for the delay in getting the site back up and running but I wanted to be sure our data was safe. I believe at this point that none of your personal information was implicated in this event.
Thank you for understanding!
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted here on this blog. I plan on sharing stories here on this blog during that time. You can also follow me on Twitter @projectnation.
If you are attending the conference, please feel free to hit me up with the Contact link on the right-side of this site or look for me at the Microsoft Project booth.
We had a good time doing a giveaway here last week and am really pleased to announce the winner is Michael from Indianapolis, Indiana!
Mike has won the following great prizes:
- One free copy of Office 2010 Home & Business
- A Flip HD Ultra Camcorder
- A Seagate FreeAgent Desk Hard Drive (1 TB)
Please register for ProjectNation.net (see the link at the top-right of the page) and I will make sure you are notified of any new giveaways.
For everyone that’s been wanting to see the final series of my “Adapting to Project 2010”, I will start posting again on Thursday.
Update 2: I received a note from Microsoft just before the holidays that we can extend this event to Tuesday 6/2/2010. You have one last chance to get in on this great giveaway!
UPDATE: I forgot to mention this contest will continue through Friday, 5/28/2010.
With the release of Microsoft Office 2010, I am partnering with Microsoft to help spread the word by sharing a video that highlights the new features of Project 2010. Just for watching the video, I am giving away the following prizes:
- One free copy of Office 2010 Home & Business!
- A Flip HD Ultra Camcorder!
- A Seagate FreeAgent Desk Hard Drive (1 TB!)
- Watch the video below.
- Register with this ProjectNation.net site and respond to this post with an answer to the following question:
“UI was a major focus in the development of Project 2010. What new feature has been introduced for ease of scheduling and how does it empower users?”
- I will randomly select somene to win all three prizes!
Good Luck! -Bill
The fine print:
Due to legal and shipping restrictions, this offer is only available for United States residents only (Sorry Canada and Mexico).