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Riding for a Cause (or two)

Posted in General at Monday, April 14, 2008 10:28 AM Pacific Daylight Time

Back in January I posted my goals for the year of exercising, regular blogging, and better time management. I was doing pretty good on the first two until I was staffed on an out-of-town project which made exercising more difficult and took all my time for blogging.

For time management I started using ClearContext based on the recommendation of Lamont Harrington. Now my inbox is usually empty except for when I occasionally get behind. So that goal has been pretty much realized, but I'm sure I will learn more as the year goes on.

In order to get back on track for exercising I've signed up for two cycling events going on this year:

  1. SoCal Tour de Cure - June 14th
  2. Bike MS: Southern California Ride - Sept. 20-21

For the Tour de Cure I'm doing the 65 mile ride and for the Bike MS I'm doing the 175 mile ride. Should be a lot of fun plus it will help a worthy cause. Speaking of which, if you'd like to make a tax deductible contribution to either one on my behalf I'd really appreciate it.


For this ride I'm attempting to raise $1000. If you're interested in donating you can sponsor me here. During both of my wife's pregnancies she contracted gestational diabetes. The nice thing about gestational diabetes is that once you give birth it usually goes away. However, sometimes it can "stick" and then you will have the real thing. My wife had to modify her diet and check her blood sugars after each meal.

The other contact I've had with diabetes, which I'm sure most of my readers share, is through Scott Hanselman. Scott has been very vocal about his diabetes even to the point of twittering all his diabetic activity for a day. He usually participates in the diabetes walk (last year he raised over $20k through his team) which is one of the ways I came in contact with the ADA

So if you want to donate to a good cause, you can do so here.

For the MS ride I'm also attempting to raise $1000. For this ride you can sponsor me here. Thankfully this one hasn't really crossed my path nor anyone in my family. However, it is definitely a worthy cause as well.

I hope you will consider sponsoring me for one or both rides. I'll keep this post updated with my progress and will probably do another post for the MS ride when it gets closer.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008 4:05:55 AM (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)
Bryant - thanks for the support! Please let me know if I can assist as you use ClearContext IMS.
Sunday, April 20, 2008 9:53:00 PM (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)
I work with BizTalk server 2006 and I have a big problem with it, I will be thankful if you can help me.
I want to create a process in BizTalk orchestrator which runs in SharePoint and assign tasks to users.

I can create process and run it in SharePoint but all tasks (of process) is run for one user, So my problem is how to assign each task to each user (SharePoint users).
Best Regard
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