Joel Spolsky has some things to say on the clarity of code. He makes a good point: Consistent style leads to code where it is more likely that you will spot wrong things (or at least, suspicious ones). He also makes some interesting points about type safety and the true motiviation behind Hungarian.
More gorp on how impossible exception handling is (link).
And those damned macros that jump all over the place. Bad news. (I used to like them. I got better).