Carter Maslan

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    Get your Bearings on Windows Presentation Foundation

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    Tim published a great overview of WPF on MSDN yesterday. It's a good place to start exploring.
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    Omar's JPEG Hammer to the rescue

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    JPEG Hammer is a great utility to correct JPEG EXIF information (e.g. Date/Time a picture was taken). I had hundreds of old photos without any date information and wanted them to show up on my flickr calendar-view correctly. A few "Edit/Select All" operations...
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    Longhorn Concept Videos Resurrected

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    They’re a bit dated, but these Longhorn Windows Vista Concept Videos are back online now. Apologies to those of you that had broken links, but at least they’re up again. Thanks to Laurie Moloney; Kent Sharkey; Matt Powell for resurrecting them after...
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    What's new in Avalon with the March CTP

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    Today, Karsten published an MSDN article Introducing the March 2005 CTP: What's New in "Avalon" - it includes code samples that highlight some of the changes in this build of Avalon.
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    Avalon for the Designer's Palette

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    Artists are constrained by their medium - both in the limits of what it can express and in the methodology of its practice. Karsten loves art, and I think it shows in the way he describes Avalon. He sees the convergence of digital media, flexible UI elements...
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    "Chalk-talk" on WSE 2.0

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    This video is an old-school chalk-talk on WSE 2.0 ; it's a quick overview of how easy it is to add WS-Security headers to your Web Services. Two Regional Directors describe the WSE proxy class that takes care of encoding authentication credentials...
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    Breaking Changes Fx 1.1 -> "Whidbey" beta 1

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    I get asked frequently about .NET Framework compatibility (e.g. “will my Fx v1.1 app run on Whidbey?” or “will my Whidbey app run on Longhorn?” While the goal is full backward compatibility, BradA points to the compatibility...
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    Cassini is Everywhere

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    Under my hotel room door today was a front page photo of Saturn from the Cassini spacecraft. Given that the ongoing stream of spectacular pictures from Cassini has been greeted with such anticipation, and has generated such excitement, I wish I’d...
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    Indigo Intermediaries

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    The Commercial Real Estate Longhorn demo raised questions in Scoble’s blog about the uptime/availability of a system dependent on end-users’ PCs. What good is a great end user experience if the system fails when an end user’s hard disk...
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    Jonathan's Squarified Treemaps with XAML and C#

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    I'm digging out from a 10-day-vacation-without-connectivity inbox, and just saw great work by Jonathan Hodgson that Chris Sells mentioned last week . Data visualization is going to be huge!
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    Don't Outsource Your Brains

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    I like a couple summary points in Moore ’s article today “ The Unattainable Real-Time Enterprise .” · “Unlike past generations of technology, today’s IT in and of itself is no longer a differentiator – what...
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