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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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    Silverlight-based cycle stealing

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    Savas and I had talked about this idea of using Silverlight-based cycle stealing and wondered how well it would work. It's good to see this article on CodeProject about Legion: Build your own virtual super computer with Silverlight by Daniel Vaughan ...
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    Parallel Computing Developer Center

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    There's a Parallel Computing Developer Center up on MSDN that is great resource for finding ways to solve parallel computing challenges. I've highlighted a couple of the interesting articles that scientists/researchers will find interesting in dealing...
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    Windows HPC Server 2008 - 1 day training

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    Here's a good opportunity to get the latest information on the next version of the Windows Compute Cluster - now named Windows HPC Server 2008. If you're wondering why Windows HPC Server 2008 is a hot topic - take a look at the performance increases they...
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    Bill's Last Day Video

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    In case you didn't get to see the video of Bill's Last day from CES...here's a link to it on Soapbox - the cameo's are great.... Bill's Last Day Cross Posted from Dan Fay's Blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/dan_fay)
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    Environmental Scenario Search Engine Research Project Portal

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    Here's a link to a Russian based project - where they are mining environmental data archives.  It even has NASA WorldWind visualization plugins....there is also a web based test site .  Environmental Scenario Search Engine Research Project Portal...
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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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    MPI.NET: High-Performance C# Library for Message Passing

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    It's great to see a high-performance .net library for writing MPI apps in C#.  It would be good to hear about implementations using MPI.net and how it works.  It would also be neat to see someone test out MPI.net with F# .  Can't wait to...
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    Dinner with a View

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    Every once in a while you get the privilege to enjoy something you never would have imaged - tonight I was lucky enough to have this as my view for dinner. Cross Posted from Dan Fay's Blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/dan_fay)
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    Moved into new MSR building

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    It's been a bit hectic for the last few weeks - which included moving into the new MSR building 99 on campus.  Microsoft Research Moves into New Headquarters On Nov. 12, Microsoft Research Redmond moved into a brand-new building on the company’s...
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    Microsoft Research SenseCam

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    Just heard the MSR Sensors and Device Group in Cambridge updated their SenseCam website with information on the latest version as well as all the great research happening around Alleviating Memory Loss with patients in early stages of Alzheimer's Disease...
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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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    eScience group on Facebook

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    Early this week Savas and I were discussing social networking ideas and we decided to create a eScience group on Facebook to see if that would help bring the community together and share ideas.  Feel free to join Cross Posted from Dan Fay's Blog...
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    Dan Reed joins Microsoft Research

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    As Dan Reed say's in his blog posting on coming to Microsoft Research - "It doesn’t get any cooler than this."...need I say more? On December 3, I will embark on the next installment of my own future, which will place me in the center...
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    Manycore and Multicore Workshop: Architectures, Applications And Directions

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    The Manycore and Multicore Workshop has a really good line-up of speakers - should be a good 1 1/2 days... John Manferdelli, Microsoft Corporation - Supercomputing and Mass Market Desktops Chuck Moore, AMD Corporation - The Role of Accelerated Computing...
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    MapCruncher Beta for Microsoft Virtual Earth

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    Just tested out the MapCrucher Beta for VE - it really runs great. As soon as I get a few more cycles...I'll post a couple of the maps I did... MapCruncher™ beta for Microsoft® Virtual Earth™ is a newly-released, innovative tool that allows anyone to...
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    PopFly open to Public Beta

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    It's great to see that PopFly is now open to a larger audience via it's public beta. I especially like the PopFly mashup Deb Agarwal (Berkeley Water Center) did with the AmeriFlux datasets they are working with - a good example of how you can visualize...
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    Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2008 - March 3-6, 2008

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    The Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2008 - March 3-6, 2008 in Seattle. Sign up here Cross Posted from Dan Fay's Blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/dan_fay)
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    Excel 2007 Web Data Add-In

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    Just ran across this Excel 2007 Web Data Add-In from MSR - great way to scrap data from a web page - you can easily bring the data into Excel without much effort and then save the excel spreadsheet and refresh the data when you need it. The Excel 2007...
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    HD View updates - now supports FireFox

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    I think I missed the announcement, but I just saw off of Blake's The Road to Know Where blog the HD View updates are out with the support for FireFox. HD View is a new viewer developed by Microsoft Research's Interactive Visual Media group to aid in the...
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    MSR RFP - Semantic Computing and Internet Economics

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    I've started interacting with Evelyne Viegas lately and I have found that we are thinking alike when it comes to semantics. I am really looking forward to working with her more closely to advance the agenda within Microsoft . I think we can do great stuff...
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    MSR Learning Assessment Toolkit

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    Yesterday I had a really good discussion with Jamie Cromack on her efforts around putting together a Learning Assessment Toolkit. This toolkit is are valuable asset for professors teaching both in CS and STEM. The Microsoft Research Assessment Toolkit...
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    C#UNG - C# Universal Network/Graph System

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    Here's a really cool C# application for displaying graphs from MSR... Microsoft C#UNG (pronounced “chung” and short for C# Universal Network/Graph System) is a desktop application that displays graphs, which are collections of vertices connected by edges...
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    Silverlight Apps

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    Saw this post by Qixing on the uses of Silverlight in different sites - I'd like to start compiling a list of eScience sites/applications using Silverlight...let me know if you are using it... MLB.com integrated Silverlight Podium ’08 - MSN’s Election...
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    Tafiti - Search and Silverlight experiment

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    LiveSide has a really good overview of Tafiti a site that utilizes Silverlight as a way to capture search results - it's not only cool - it's a lot of fun to play with...check it out...now if aimed at scientific researchers and had the ability to capture...
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