Ian Moulster's blog

A Microsoft employee translating Microsoft technology into plain English
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    Live search homepage facelift

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    This has been in the wings for a while now so it’s good to see it being rolled out. The Live Search homepage ( www.live.com ) now has a rather pleasing background image – that will be changed over time – with a series of hotspots that you can roll over...
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    Will the real Windows Vista please stand up?

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    This is another of those "in case you haven't seen it" posts....so in case you haven't seen it I would recommend taking a look at http://www.mojaveexperiment.com/ . What is it? A number of people who were very skeptical of the value of Windows...
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    Get paid for displaying your videos

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    If you haven't come across our Silverlight Streaming service before now I would recommend taking a look. Why? Here are three reasons to get you started: 1) It's free 1) Allows you to stream high quality video on your website for free 2) There is no branding...
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    trueSpace 7.6 now a free download

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    In case you missed it, Chris Pendleton announced in his blog post yesterday we are now providing the full trueSpace 7.6 3D tool as a free download. This is really cool for a number of reasons, not least because a) trueSpace is a serious 3D tool that...
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    Should I use SkyDrive or Office Live Workspace to store files online?

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    It's a question I've come across a few times recently: We provide a number of ways for you to store documents online: Windows Live SkyDrive gives you 5GB of storage for free Office Live Workspace gives you a further 500MB of free storage Live...
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    Ask.com now uses Virtual Earth

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    Great to see that ask.com has done the right thing and adopted the best mapping solution available on the web. See http://maps.ask.com .   And of course multimap ( www.multimap.com ) now has VE's bird's eye view images - hardly surprising since we...
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