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Windows Weekly 373: Sausage Fest

Windows Weekly 373: Sausage Fest

The one where Mary Jo is away

With Mary Jo away judging Microsoft's Imagine Cup, Leo Laporte and I discuss Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1, an absolute ton of Windows Phone news, Surface Pro 3 and Windows 8.1, Xbox One in China and other Xbox news,and Steve Ballmer's pending purchase of the LA "Clippies." It's all there in the latest episode of Windows Weekly.

Running time: 2:19:33

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Tip of the week: Picking a fitness tracker

Phone/app or wearable? Or both? Reference: Keep Moving with Nokia Lumia SensorCore

Software pick of the week: Modern Combat 5: Blackout

This killer game is available for both Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.1. Here's everything you need to know.

Plus: OneNote updated for iOS and Mac, and OneNote comes to Amazon Fire Phone and Kindle Fire tablets.  

Enterprise pick of the week: Windows Phone 8.1

Yep, Windows Phone.

Codename pick of the week: Interface Manager

Can anyone guess which Microsoft product originally went by this very bland name?

Beer pick of the week: My top beers

According to Untappd, my top (14) beers are: Blue Hills Fortis Pagus, Blue Hills Imperial Red, Blue Hills Scotch Ale, Avery White Rascal, Avery The Reverand, Avery Hog Heaven, Brasserie d'Achouffe La Chouffe, Brouwerij Bosteels Tripel Karmeliet, Watch City Brewing Shillelagh Irish Red Nitro Ale, Bières de Chimay (Abbaye Notre Dame de Scourmont) Chimay Rouge, Ommegang Adoration, Ørbæk Bryggeri Kors Øøll, Brouwerij De Sint-Sixtusabdij van WestvleterenTrappist Westvleteren 8 and New Belgium Wild2 Lips of Faith.

So four are local. Five are from Colorado. And six are from Belgium (while at least 8 are "Belgian-style").

The point: I like Belgian beer.

Plus: Follow me on Untappd. Note: I am no Mary Jo :)

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