June, 2007

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June, 2007

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    Nature info on Live.com

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    So for fun after talking with the Nature folks - I thought why not make it easier to see the Nature info on Live.com....so you can find it on Live.com or link to this Cross Posted from Dan Fay's Blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/dan_fay)
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    Windows-Based Supercomputers Make Top 500 List

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    Great to see 2 Windows CCS machines on the new Top 500 list 106 - Rainer from the Windows HPC Group 193 - Mitsubishi FJ Securities Also look for the Microsoft Excel Add-in to drive all the LinPack benchmarks - should be released soon at http://windowshpc...
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    Zero Gravity - ltbennett.com

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    Here's a really neat SilverLight based game - www.ltbennett.com Check out more details on Tim's Blog so what is it? well, Zero Gravity is a game and involves our absent-minded astronaut, lt. bennett , who continues to crash his ship into an asteroid....
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    Virtual Earth MapCruncher new release

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    There is a new release of MapCruncher...check it out... MapCruncher lets users quickly convert existing maps into an online format that’s as fast and easy to use as Virtual Earth. PDF and raster maps can be converted in minutes just by clicking on corresponding...
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    Interoperability by Design - Dan'l Lewin

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    Good column by Dan'l Lewin on Interoperability by Design - Products, Community, Access, and Standards... The Facts on MS Interoperability Edge of the Valley By Dan’l Lewin Contrary to what Bruce Chizen, Adobe CEO, has said about our lack of intention...
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    Application Templates for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 – Under the Hood

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    Here's a really good paper on how to utilize SharePoint to create application templates - it goes through all the different features of SharePoint - lists, workflows, SharePoint Desinger, forms, etc. Now let's see who can utilize it to create some interesting...
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    Microsoft code name "Acropolis"

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    Here's an quick way to help build WPF applications.... Welcome to the home of code name "Acropolis" The Microsoft code name “Acropolis” Community Technology Preview 1 is a set of components and tools that make it easier for developers to build and manage...
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    Microsoft Research Releases Tools to Help Science Progress Toward an AIDS Vaccine

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    You know there are times when superlatives don't do justice - I'll just leave it at this - David and Carl are doing great things - take a look at the app and the code...and the cool part is that the PhyloD code will run on the DigiePede Network ........
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    Behind the Code with Catharine van Ingen

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    Here's more details on one of the folks involved w/ the MS eScience & Berkeley Water Center project... Behind the Code with van Ingen Catharine van Ingen, a former Berkeley “hippie chick” turned software architect, discusses her craft and experiences...
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    Social Bookmarking Tags for Windows Live Writer

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    Nice to see this feature added to Live Writer - especially since it also supports some many of tagging options...I'm even testing out Live Favorites Social Bookmarking Tags for Windows Live Writer I am not very good in keeping promises, but this time...
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    SecPAL v1.1 Now Available

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    Just got a note from Jason that SecPAL 1.1 is available - this is great - take a look at the codeplex site for more details - Jason/Blair and team, you're doing great things...let's see if the community recognize what you've been up to... Summary of New...
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