It has been a while
I would use being busy as an excuse, except I'm always busy. ;-) Call it, lack of creativity about coming up with blog entries. I don't know how Mike Hall does it.
Anyway I've gotten a couple of questions about allocating large amounts of memory, that really come down to understanding the Windows CE virtual memory architecture, and especially to understanding the 32MB per process limit. So I thought I'd post a link to Doug Boling's useful paper, http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/dncenet/html/advmemmgmt.asp