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    Photosynth - NASA Shuttle

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    Here's are some amazing collections of images of the Space Shuttle...amazing technology. Current collections include: The interior and surrounding area of the Vehicle Assembly Building, the largest one-story building in the world, used for housing external...
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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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    The BioTeam Delivers Informatics Solution on Microsoft CCS

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    This is great news for the Bio researchers...info at iNquiry Bioinformatics Portal for Microsoft Compute Cluster Server - they also mention the "The Scientific Desktop" "The scientific desktop" aims to build a bridge between common computing tools and...
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    Touchless

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    Touchless is a fun and very cool release available from Office Labs – all you need is a webcam and some objects to use as pointers/markers… check it out. Touchless Touchless enables touch without touching by using a webcam to track color based markers...
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    AJAX : The final release of ASP.NET AJAX 1.0

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    Just saw that the ASP.NET team released ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 and have updated the website ... ASP.NET AJAX is a free framework for quickly creating a new generation of more efficient, more interactive and highly-personalized Web experiences that work across...
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    Open XML Formats : Ecma Standard 376 – Office Open XML formats

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    Great info from Brian Jones on the Open XML standards as well interop solutions. Ecma Standard 376 – Office Open XML formats It's finally official. Today the Ecma General Assembly voted almost unanimously to approve the Office Open XML formats as an official...
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    NGO - Nonprofit Connection

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    Just ran across the NGO Connection site – this is the place for non-profit orgs in the scientific space to look into…. NGO Connection is an online resource for non-profit groups around the world that provides resources to help advance the causes of the...
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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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    Tony Hey to keynote at OGF 20

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    I won't be at OGF20 (attending W3C's WWW 2007 instead) but my manager, Tony Hey , will be there. He will be delivering one of the two keynotes. His working title is "The Social Grid" and this is the abstract: The community has been making rapid progress...
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    What makes Scoble cry: Microsoft’s WorldWide Telescope?

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    In case you didn't see the blog entry on ZDNet about WWT What makes Scoble cry: Microsoft’s WorldWide Telescope? , I can tell you the work that Curtis and Jonathan have done is amazing...stay tuned. Robert Scoble posted about a Microsoft product that...
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    Sphere Project - A Multi-Touch Interactive Spherical Display

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    Today at the MSR Faculty Summit – I was able to play with the Sphere Project, and it’s a real unique way to interact with information/data.  It makes you think what data could be place in a system like this and how to interact with it.  We’ll...
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    TerraServer Sample: A LINQ Provider

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    Ran across this post on Charlie Calvert's Community Blog using TerraServer's Web Services with LINQ...why is this interesting to me - many moons ago (before .NET was officially launched) I approached Tom Barclay who was running TerraServer and convinced...
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    SQL Server 2008 info

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    The latest version of TechNet Flash has some good pointers to details on SQL Server 2008 and the CTP available for download. Some of the things scientists might find interesting are: Language Integrated Query (LINQ) enables developers to issue queries...
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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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    OLAP and Scientific Data

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    While I’ve been pushing the ideas of using OLAP data cubes to evaluate scientific data for awhile, I thought it might be a good time to pull together some relevant papers and links. I believe OLAP is ideal to help analyze large quantities of data including...
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    January update to Science @ Microsoft

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    The January update to the Technical Computing @ Microsoft site ( www.microsoft.com/science ) is up: Spotlighting the SwissEx Collaboration with EPFL. A feature entitled “Determining Fundamental Principles of RNA Structure with Comparative Sequence...
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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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    Bird's Eye in 3D - Photosynth like

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    I use maps.live.com allot especially when I'm traveling - but didn't realize about this feature until I was reading the Live Labs Announcements.  I just tried it out and really like it...very much like Photosynth ... Bird's Eye in 3D Both the 3D...
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    eScience Workshop Talks and MSR Talks available on the Research Channel

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    The MSR eScience Workshop 2005 talks are now availabe on the ReserachChannel at http://researchchannel.org/prog/displayseries.asp?collid=559 The Research Channel also now houses all the Microsoft Research talks
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    F# 1.1.13 now available

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    Don Syme annouced a new drop of F# - I especially like these samples: New LAPACK sample. . See samples\fsharp\math\LAPACK New WPF sample for use with F# Interactive. See samples\fsharp\WPF F# 1.1.13 now available! I’m pleased to announce that F# 1.1.13...
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    Supercomputing 07

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    Was at Supercomputing last week - overall the event went really well.  There was also a few announcements from the HPC team - the big one being the name and beta availability of Windows HPC Server 2008 and the new banners. Attended part of the Manycore...
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    Windows Live Search Beta for mobile

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    WLS mobile really puts the power of searching and finding info into your hand - I especially use it when travelling to find locations (restaurnats, etc), but also to see the local traffic... The great part is that it not only run on Windows Mobile devices...
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    Cloud Computing for Science - AzureMODIS: Accelerating the Pace of Environmental Research

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    They just published an overview of the great collaboration going in the AzureMODIS project with UC Berkeley, Univ of Virginia, and the MSR eScience group.  The project was a very early adopter of Windows Azure and is already one of the largest applications...
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    Michael Jackson Memorial Concert Live in HD on the Web

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    Just heard that the Michael Jackson Memorial concert will be broadcast live in HD over the Web.  They will be using IIS Smooth Streaming and Silverlight , the technology that delivered on-demand video for the 2008 Sumer Olympics on NBCOlympics.com...
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    Image Composite Editor (ICE) available for download

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    The Interactive Visual Media Group from Microsoft Research has released Image Composite Editor (ICE) – which let’s you stitch together images and output to multi-resolution tiled formats – great for creating HD View images… Image Composite Editor (ICE...
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