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The Wildest Ride: A Wildebeest River Crossing in the Serengeti

“This is not at all like the shows on NatGeo,” my restless mind was thinking. “This is actually sort of….boring.”

We’re sitting in a beige, pop-top Toyota Land Cruiser in the midday African heat with four other people. 1,377 more words


The Great Migration: Part 2e, The Project Management System

This system – which desperately needs a better name, suggestions in the comments please – mostly acts as ‘glue’ between several others to allow centralised reporting and one place to find most of the information users need on a day-to-day basis. 62 more words

Dynamics CRM 4.0

The Great Migration: Part 2d, SharePoint

This is used to manage images related to the custom entities that feed Explore. Each record in CRM has a folder on SharePoint to hold its files and an iFrame allows users to view these in CRM.

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Dynamics CRM 4.0

Obama administration fuels the fire of tribalism.

​Obama’s White House, with close to 100 days left in office is again redoubling its efforts to foment a race war. To make the Republican candidate appear racist ex post facto. 62 more words


Reaching The Destination

My time in Africa has been among the most amazing experiences of my life. To be up close and personal with so many animals, working with fascinating people from around the world, experiencing life in the bush, trekking through the jungle, and bumping along the way (literally) but knowing of a certainty that the outcome will be so worth it all! 679 more words

The Great Migration: Part 2c, The MB Webservice

Back in part 2 we talked about the MB webservice

This is a nasty old SOAP endpoint that exposes 2 methods, this first simply allows the caller to request an image resource by ID, these are passed to Explore by a plugin every time one of 6 custom entity types are modified or created.

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Dynamics CRM 4.0



Every life writes its own Work of Fiction (anonymous)


From 1602 to 1620 when the Mayflower sailed, 81 ships (probably more, but those are the ones that have been recorded) crossed the Atlantic, some to found settlements there; most of these failed and the passengers either died or managed to return home. 2,848 more words