November, 2006

eScience @ Microsoft

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November, 2006

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    3D maps w/ Local.live.com - very cool

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    I just ran across the 3D support they've added to the maps on local.live and it is amazing...especially w/ cities like Seattle & Boston... About 3D maps View 3D perspectives of land and cities using the mouse, keyboard, or an Xbox 360 Controller for...
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    SharePoint: Cross-browser authoring

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    How timely this post is...at SC06 I was just having a discussion with someone (who would like to remain nameless) about this very topic...John, that's 1 down :-) Cross-browser authoring One of the most popular blog entries was the web browser compatibility...
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    Novell and MS - OpenXML in OpenOffice

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    This is great to hear - this will allow folks not using Office to have access to scientific info/data that could be include in documents... Office Open XML http://www.microsoft.com/interop/msnovellcollab/open_letter.mspx Novell engineers...
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    Sim Water at UC Berkeley using OLAP cubes

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    I really like to see this collaboration between the researchers at UC Berkeley and Catharine van Ingen from MSR's eScience group - they are using data mining and cubes to help with the scientific research. This is really neat stuff... SIM WATER Environmental...
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    HPC Leaders Demonstrate Interoperability Using OGF Specs

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    Saw this demo while at SC06 today - this is great news for folks looking to use HPC clusters. The Open Grid Forum (OGF) announced its interoperability demonstration at the Supercomputing 2006 (SC06) conference showing the work being done towards interoperable...
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    Open Specification Promise: What. How. Why.

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    This is great for those building protocol-based integration solutions. Recently, Microsoft announced a new type of licensing model aimed at making it much easier, therefore safer from a legal point of view, for developers to implement specs without having...
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    Data Mining for the rest of us...

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    If you've ever been interested in using datamining tools - but don't have the time to figure out how it all works...take a look at these add-ins for the Excel2007. With the data in a spreadsheet - you can kick off an analysis. I can see this a great way...
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    industryStream - For Health and Life Sciences

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    Thought some folks in the Health and Life Sciences field might find these talks interesting. The Microsoft Developer & Platform Developer Evangelism Team is proud to announce industryStream , the premier technical program for developers. industryStream...
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    Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Available for Download

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    Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 is available for download - to understand how WSS and MOSS (Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007) are related check out this link - http://www.microsoft.com/sharepoint/overview.mspx Cross Posted from Dan Fay's Blog...
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    MSR Synthetic-Biology Request for Proposals

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    Here is the next RFP from MSR - this one is on Synthetic-Biology and is open worldwide. See the RFP for more details: Synthetic-Biology Request for Proposals Microsoft Research launched a $500,000 request for proposals in synthetic biology Nov. 4. Synthetic...
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    Behind the scene w/ Murray Sargent: Math in Office : LineServices

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    I love hearing the behind the scene action - as Paul Harvey used to say - And now, the rest of the story... from Murray Sargent's Blog.... One of the key technologies behind the high quality display of mathematical text in Word 2007 and RichEdit 6.0 is...
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