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Watch THIS. There’s no better description of it than the one posted by the person that uploaded the video. Microsoft sent this tape to retailers to explain the benefits of Windows 386. Boring until the 7 minute mark when the production is taken over by crack-smoking monkeys. Watch it from the start to get the full effect but be warned: The goggles do nothing! If you didn’t just jump ahead to the 7 minute mark but watched it right through then guess what? Dave Just because I can… ......

You’re reading a post over on The Old New Thing (first clue) and come across the following comment (second clue, you’re actually reading the comments) from Jason Truesdell: Redmond, WA, circa 2010. Forced to deal with misbehaving apps that use undocumented methods to force invocation of application compatibility shims, the app compatibility team created a shim to simulate the application compatibility shim mechanism. Shortly thereafter, the universe ceased to exist due to the hitherto-unknown metashim ......

I’ve posted in the Entity Framework forum about this but I wanted to document it here as well because when I was researching this problem I found very little information. Here’s the deal: I have a single project with multiple models. Some of the models have entities that are mapped back to the same tables in the store. (i.e. two models have a Customer entity that is mapped back to the Customer table.) I am using the Self-Tracking entity templates and each template is in it's own folder with its own ......