A majority of my geek time is spent at work, like most people. It's hard to keep up on technology coming out of Redmond. In past years, I would subscribe to several 'list-servs' on various content, then review the data when I had some extra time. It was a nice passive way to keep up on technology and pick up on some tidbits. I still do this for some technologies. With the popularity of Twitter, Facebook and other ways people are sharing information. It's not quite as easy IMO. The group I followed are HUGE twitter users, I kind of find this noisy and hard to keep up. Twitter has recently released 'groups' or 'lists' which you can group people. I haven't taken time to subscribe and group people. Anywho!
I wrote an article in 2007 how to setup ODBC Logging on IIS 7.0. There was a post recently in the newsgroups someone wanted to setup and couldn't get it working. My article uses sql server 2005, IIS 7.0. I was able to reproduce an issue on my test server (Windows Server 2008 R2, x64). Here are some items I ran into.
Here is article I put together (with pictures) using process monitor to filter information on a specific W3WP process, listing USER property. I commonly reference how to do this @ http://forums.iis.net