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  • Blog Post: NIMTUG Event: rePDC

    The Northern Ireland Microsoft Technology Users Group is hosting an event on Monday evening, December 1st (I can’t believe it’s almost December already!).  It’s called “rePDC: The Best of the PDC.”  If you weren’t able to make it to the PDC in Los Angeles this year, this is the event for you...
  • Blog Post: Cool Tip with New Windows Live Beta + Photosynth

    I created a ton of Photosynths yesterday and I forgot to mention a neat tip I discovered.  I previously haven’t been that familiar with Windows Live Photo Gallery.  I fired up the new Photo Gallery Beta to navigate through my pictures of the Artbots and noticed a new menu in the gallery called...
  • Blog Post: Windows Live Beta – Wave 3

    Earlier today Chris Jones posted a new entry on the Windows Live Wire blog ( http://windowslivewire.spaces.live.com ) informing everyone that the latest version of Windows Live Beta, Wave 3, was now available.  Included in this release are new beta versions of Messenger, Mail, Photo Gallery, Movie...
  • Blog Post: Vista Sidebar Gadget: Activity Tracker

    Do you ever wonder how long things typically take you?  Or where the day went?  I have always been  obsessed with productivity and tracking my tasks, even since I was a little kid.  Sometimes I forget that I spent an afternoon helping someone with a newsletter or encoding a video...
  • Blog Post: Live Mesh Comes to Ireland

    I’ve blogged a bit before about Live Mesh and how cool it is.  Up until now it has been available as a Tech Preview only in the USA, the UK, Australia and New Zealand.  Today I’m pleased to announce that Live Mesh is now available in Ireland .  Ireland, along with India and Canada, joins...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to DeepZoom via PhotoZoom

    One of the things I'm going to be talking about at my session at the IMTC, or Irish Microsoft Technology Conference 2008 on Friday is using Silverlight with DeepZoom.  DeepZoom is a technology that came out of the Microsoft Live Labs which allows a user to look at incredibly high resolution images...
  • Blog Post: Sharing Calendars with Windows Live Calendar

    I have been using Google Calendar for a couple of years.  I love it for a variety of reasons.  It lets my family & friends see when is good to come visit, keeps track of things I don't really want on my work calendar (things like "yoga class" or "meet Laura for tapas"...
  • Blog Post: Using Virtual Earth With Published Collections

    Last year I started working on a side project to keep track of my family. I stopped at some point because I didn't want to put too much information on the public site. Now that v6 of the Virtual Earth control is out, I have picked the project back up again. I wanted to make the data easier to maintain...
  • Blog Post: Mashup Camp Europe!

    This weekend Dublin had the pleasure of hosting Mashup Camp Europe for the first time ever. It was a two-part event divided over three days. The first part was Mashup University where organizations talked about their Mashup solutions and tools for customer. The second part was the "unconference" part...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Developers Europe 2007: The Aftermath

    I returned from Barcelona on Friday after about a week in one of my favorite cities enjoying TechEd Developers , Microsoft's annual conference for developers and other fun people. Ronan and I went along with around 40 or so fellow Irish to Spain, and it was a lot of fun to get to catch up with people...
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