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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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    Delivering End-to-End High-Productivity Computing

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    Here's a very good paper outlining the work by Marc Holmes (MTC) and Simon Cox on producing an end to end solution using WinCCS (HPC) and many other technologies - it would be great to get feedback from others if they have setup their WinCCS cluster this...
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    MSR Asirra: A Human Interactive Proof

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    Nice to see Asirra available and ready to add to web sites... Asirra Asirra is a human interactive proof that asks users to identify photos of cats and dogs. It's powered by over two million photos from our unique partnership with Petfinder.com . Protect...
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    Virtual Labs - giving away a Camera

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    Just saw that the Virtual Labs folks are giving away a camera for using the labs... I'd recommend the Business Intelligence: Excel 2007 PivotTables and Analysis Services Creating a Distributed Application with C# Introducing Content Types for Microsoft...
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    Microsoft SharedView Beta

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    Very cool - a light weight way to share applications...brings me back to the NetMeeting days.. There is even integration with Word - could this be the way for academic papers to be written, such that they aren't being emailed back and forth all the time...
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    SecPAL Preview Release for Microsoft .NET

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    Grid folks and security researchers should be interested in the SecPAL preview release - The goal of the SecPAL project is to develop a language for expressing decentralized authorization policies, and to investigate language design and semantics, as...
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    Microsoft Research uses CCS to search for HIV targets

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    It good to see the work David Heckerman and Carl Kadie from MSR are doing written up in a case study talking about the benefits of using the Windows Compute Cluster Server... From Doug Lindsey's blog... Microsoft Research uses CCS to search for HIV targets...
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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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    Zoomatron-NOAA Charts, MapCruncher, and Virtual Earth

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    Very neat mashup utiizing Virtual Earth and MapCruncher - I really like the Mississippi Meanders one. NOAA Charts and Virtual Earth Choose a state from the dropdown to the left, and then pick a chart to look at. These are government-issue navigation charts...
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    [Data Service] Microsoft Project Codename "Astoria"

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    Time to think about how Scientific data could utilized the Astoria service... The goal of Microsoft Codename Astoria is to enable applications to expose data as a data service that can be consumed by web clients within a corporate network and across the...
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    Silverlight available

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    At Mix '07 this week there were some interesting relseases and demos - one spefically is Silverlight - that is cross-platform - with releases available on Windows and Mac OS. There is also a Silverlight Community site available with some examples - like...
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    LinuxInsider: Security: Microsoft Invites Collaboration With Grid Computing Research

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    Article on SecPAL from LinuxInsider... Microsoft Invites Collaboration With Grid Computing Research Microsoft's Security Policy Assertion Language, or SecPAL, is the company's attempt to develop a language for expressing decentralized authorization policies...
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    2007 Microsoft eScience Workshop at RENCI

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    Announcing the 2007 Microsoft eScience Workshop at RENCI http://research.microsoft.com/workshops/escience2007/ October 21-23 2007 The Friday Center for Continuing Education UNC-Chapel Hill 100 Friday Center Drive Chapel Hill NC 27599-1020 The use of computers...
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    Virtual Earth video

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    Very cool video of 3D Virtual Earth Cross Posted from Dan Fay's Blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/dan_fay)
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    MSR Networked Embedded Sensing Toolkit updated

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    The MSR Sense toolkit was updated to v.2a1 and is available for download The MSR Networked Embedded Sensing Toolkit (MSR Sense) is a collection of software tools that allow users to collect, process, archive, and visualize data from a sensor network....
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    Dynameomics - Protein folds by Molecular Dynamics Simulation

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    Valerie Daggett and her team at UW have put up a site with their simulations of over 300 proteins for a combined simulation time of more than 35 microseconds. This site contains information for their top 30 targets. The other interesting part is that...
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    HD View Utilities 1.1 Released

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    Version 1.1 of HD View Utilities Released Today we've posted a new version of the HD View Utilities . Thank you to everyone who has given us feedback in the past few weeks. Most of the changes are based on bugs and suggestions sent to us by users. Source...
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    [Paper] How We Watch the City: Popularity and Online Maps

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    Very interesting paper by Danyel Fisher on what users are looking at when using Virtual Earth - one interesting piece was the very bright spot on the shores of Lake Washington that points out Bill Gates house. How We Watch the City: Popularity and Online...
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    Equation Number in Office 2007 - macros

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    Murray Sargent pointed me to Dong Yu's macros...thought others might find them useful Equation Number in Office 2007 Office 2007 comes with a very nice equation editor and bibliography manager. However, it does not support equation and theorem number...
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    SensorMap & Toolkit Tutorial

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    There is SensorMap training available, hosted at the IPSN 2007 conference in Boston, MA, USA, on Saturday April 28, 2007. Details on the tutorial are here . This tutorial includes a hands-on introduction and guide to the use and deployment of sensornet...
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    i-Society 2007. Call for eScience and e-Health papers

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    Wanted to make sure all you eScience folks are aware of this i-Society 2007 Conference - good opportunity for paper submissions...also note the following "Proposals for special sessions are invited from both industry and academia " - Great to see the...
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    MSDN Nuggets

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    Just ran across the MSDN Nugget resource - I like the short takes on the topics and the ability to download them and watch them on the road. MSDN Nuggets Don't have the time to read a 10-page how-to article or watch a full length webcast? Try an MSDN...
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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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    Future Personal Rapid Transit system on MS Campus?

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    Ran across this video of a PRT system on SoapBox - It would be nicer than the current shuttle system. more info at www.bettercampus.org It's an updated vision of the Morgantown Personal Rapid Transit project - which I had the pleasure to ride on a few...
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