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    AT&T to Offer Mobile Television - Are Commuters the Only Ones Who Will Care?

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    NEW YORK - AT&T Inc. said on Thursday it would launch mobile television services in May from MediaFlo USA, a unit of Qualcomm Inc., in an effort to bolster revenue from services other than phone calls. AT&T, the biggest U.S. mobile service...
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    Digital Asset Management and IMM

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    My wife says I have the humor of a 13-year old at times. Maybe she's right. I was able to interview Mark Kashman, Product Manager for Interactive Media Manager, on IMM as a Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution . I can't help but picture Beavis and...
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    Doin' The Hulu Dance

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    I am in love with Hulu.com . It's slick. The video is crisp, the site is incredibly easy to navigate, their player is very well done. I'd gush some more, but a blog post at TMForum.org sums it up: But Hulu's strong suit isn't their access to content ...
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    Agile Architecture with Don Browning and Peter Provost

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    Way back in November 2007, I visited Turner Broadcasting in Atlanta, Georgia for an on-site event focused around .NET 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008. At the end of the event, I was able to corner a few of my friends for podcast interviews. This is the first...
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    The .NET and Java Interoperability Message Is Starting to Get Out

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    When it comes to web services interoperability between .NET and Java, the choice used to be limited to SOAP over HTTP. This became even more limited with introduction of .NET 3.0 because only BasicHTTP binding in .NET provides direct interoperability...
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    WPF and DataBinding

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    If you are a regular reader, you will have noticed that I don't often blog about UI type stuff. Honestly, I suck at UI work. I am the typical example of the separation between developers and designers. I have been playing with WPF a little more lately...
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    Where The Heck is "Add Web Reference" in Visual Studio 2008?!?!

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    I was working on a demo for a customer and needed to use ASMX web services. I crufted up my sample application, right-clicked the project node in the Solution Explorer pane, and saw that there is no "Add Web Reference" menu item there anymore. Strange...
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    DataBinding WPF to a WCF Service, and Leveraging IValueConverter for Encoded XML

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    I met with a customer the other day who had an interesting question: how do I databind a WPF app to a WCF service? I thought this was going to be a really quick answer, it turned into another really long blog post. For the service, I am using a slimmed...
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    They Won!!!

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    After 19 games, the last game of the season... my son's hockey team finally won a game! My son played 17 of the games as goalie, and it's really tough to lose that many games as goalie. He really got down on himself, and he's only 7... seeing him so disappointed...
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    Microsoft and TMForum

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    I love this post by Martin Creaner, " The 'Static Value Chain' is dead......long live the 'Dynamic Value Network' ", in which he writes: As ever, I never leave Team Action Week without an epiphany of some sort, and last week was no exception. Just...
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    JavaScript Intellisense for Virtual Earth

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    One of my favorite things about Visual Studio 2008 is the JavaScript support, getting debugging and Intellisense support in the IDE. Scott Guthrie wrote an excellent blog post highlighting the JavaScript Intellisense support in VS2008 . One of the first...
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    I Want My MTV. For Free.

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    I have been working with the Communications Sector at Microsoft for about 4 years. My role has traditionally been somewhat of a demo show-off... show our customers in some interesting way how to use our technology. It wasn't until recently that I got...
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    Silverlight to run on Nokia

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    CNet is reporting " Microsoft Silverlight coming to mobile devices this year ". Seems like a great time to be in Vegas for MIX'08 .
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    Joe on Communications as a Service (CaaS)

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    A great article by my teammate, Joseph Hofstader, was posted to the MSDN Architecture Center called " Communications as a Service ." He details how the concept of CaaS builds upon the architectural issues that arise when dealing with SaaS, and details...
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    Communicating - Live on Channel9!

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    Our new show, "Communicating", is live on Channel9. My teammate, Michael Scherotter , posted a great set of interviews with Technicolor , Starz , and Reborn Studio . I love the Starz interview, you get a real behind the scenes look at how a well-known...
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