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  • Blog Post: ArtRage Beta Shows Windows 7 Multitouch Capabilities at PDC

    I sure wish I could have seen this in person. The fine folks at ArtRage were showing off a beta version of their upcoming release. ArtRage is a graphic artist software package that uses Tablet PC functionality to enable realistic creation of water colors, oil paintings, chalk drawings, and much, much...
  • Blog Post: Duke U Press Goes Online

    The e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection includes online access to at least 100 news scholarly books published by Duke Universty Press in the humanities and social sciences in a calendar year. With the purchase of the current year's titles in the e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection, libraries will also receive...
  • Blog Post: New Tablet PC App from Microsoft Research: InkSeine

    I was just talking to a very special person today about how nice it would be to walk along the banks of the Seine, holding hands, this time of year. This has nothing to do with that. InkSeine is an innovate note-taking, organizing, annotation application that was designed and build with the idea that...
  • Blog Post: Ink-Enabled WinForms controls for applications

    Looking for Tablet PC controls to add to your application? Of course, the Mobile PC Developer Center has the InkListBox Control – English , InkShortcut Control Code Sample , InkNumber Sample , InkSecureSignature Sample , and the ScalableInkPicture Sample . Beyond that, the Microsoft Health Common User...
  • Blog Post: RTM of the Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5

    Wow, this is a mouthful, but if you want the latest and greatest Windows bits this is hot out of the oven: The Windows SDK team is proud to announce that the RTM release of the Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 is now live for customers to install! This SDK is...
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