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  • Blog Post: Host your email using Live Mail and Live Domains

    Mauricio set up geekzonemail.com last week. In two days he signed up 50 new email accounts - pretty impressive. He's also posted a FAQ about how he did it. I was talking with him about it last week and he pointed out just how easy it is to set up your own domain name to point to Windows Live Hotmail...
  • Blog Post: Things I love about the new Live Writer

    I really like live writer . I love online/offline applications that have both a software and an online component - I get the best of the experience with the best of the reach. Anyway, I've already talked about that and that's not what this post is about. I really like some of the new features of Live...
  • Blog Post: Getting the new Live betas in New Zealand

    If you are a fan of Live Mail Desktop Beta (now Live Mail Beta) or Live Writer and have noticed that they've been released but are not available in New Zealand, there is a pretty simple way to get these betas (and they are pretty cool - if its just for spell checking in live writer - so its worth the...
  • Blog Post: Mix, Silverlight and the DLR

    I’m sure you’ve heard the headline items from Mix. I thought I’d put up a couple of links for the things that I found interesting. If you’ve got the time, I’d recommend watching the Mix keynote video (warning it’s 2.5 hours). In this you’ll get an overview of Silverlight, the cross platform CLR...
  • Blog Post: Surveying in Virtual Earth

    Many organizations now use polls and surveys to get information about their end users and evaluate how they are perceived in the market. Another common thing that surveys are used for is to gather demographic information. In Auckland there is some talk about a second .Net User Group. So to help get an...
  • Blog Post: Build a simple store locator with Virtual Earth - part 1

    One of the things I've noticed is that most organizations are providing really basic store/branch/site locators with their websites. For most of these locations it means that There is no immediate recognition of of the site relative to the end user Reading and comprehension is harder meaning more effort...
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