Mark Bower

Random thoughts on Collaborative Apps, Social Software and SharePoint in the Enterprise

February, 2005

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    Word 2003 XML SDK Download available

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    Title says it all really. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=ca83cb4f-8dee-41a3-9c25-dd889aea781c&displaylang=en
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    Gates and Sinofsky spill the beans on the future of InfoPath

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    Just been watching more of the BillG keynote from the Office Dev Con. The second part of the session is a QnA with Bill and Steven Sinofsky. Bill and Steven made some interesting comments about the future of InfoPath. Asked by an audience member about...
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    At last…an integrated web/email/NNTP discussion platform!

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    Rob Howard’s recent post on the future of Community Server Forums (formerly ASP.NET Forums) ties in nicely with my main gripe about discussion lists (http://blogs.msdn.com/bowerm/archive/2005/01/11/350750.aspx). In Rob’s case his team are planning to implement NNTP access to their fora. Rob also reports plans for list-serv integration too. This is way cool and well overdue!...
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    Office 12 to include Workflow Capabilities

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    After the first murmurings around Exchange 12 , a little more Office 12 info is starting to eek out. InfoWorld reports BillG's speech at the Office Dev Con last week in which he announced Office 12 is to include built-in workflow capabilities. Of course...
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    Blogmap

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    This is neat. Chandu Thota has updated his blogmap project to provide a resource where you can search for blogs by geographic location of the author. If you own a blog simply add your details to the web site and get a map on your blog like the one on...
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    MSDN 'Nuggets'

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    I remember having a chat with Joel Semeniuk last Autumn around the usefulness (or not) of webcasts. My contention was that they are great for little snippets of information - particularly highly visual demos, but the longer webcasts just pass me by. The good news (for me at least) is that I am not the only person to have thought....
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