First Ring Daily 999: The Mark of the Least

Posted on February 22, 2021 by Brad Sams in First Ring Daily, Podcasts with 7 Comments

On this three-digit ending episode, the next episode may be our undoing, OneDrive is making a few changes to admin experiences, and the yards get a little swampy.

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10 responses to “First Ring Daily 999: The Mark of the Least”

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    erichk

    Unfortunately Brad, life is full of wrong buttons. ;-)

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    will

    There was a discussion back at Ignite in 2019 about some possible changes coming to Sharepoint and OneDrive for file storage. Curious if this is the start of what was talked about?

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    vladimir

    Hi, I am starting a small podcast and I was wondering about the quality of your video. There is a significant difference between Brad and Paul. Is that because Brad is local and Paul connecting remotely or are you using different cameras?

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    justme

    Listening to the the two of you talk about your wives doing episode 1000, there was some sort of trepidation in both of your voices. You even talked about it a little. Why, it almost sounded as if you needed help - at which point I chuckled.


    Why? This is episode 999. In the UK, the 911-equivalent is 999. You didnt dial 999 for help, you broadcasted 999 for help. :)

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    txag

    Dear Paul,


    The idea of a Massachusetts driver complaining about any driver from anywhere else is hilarious. You seem to be unaware that Massh*les are the worst drivers on earth. Ask anybody from any state other than Massachusetts.

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      Paul Thurrott

      Yeah, I'm well aware of what MA drivers are like. I grew up there and lived there most of my life. The drivers here are much worse, and are more dangerous to others. There's no comparison.

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