Holy cow, I wrote a book!
my earlier series on virtual drag/drop
translates it into managed code.
His example of dragging his entire RSS feed
is an excellent illustration of dragging dynamically-generated
(I didn't use an example like that because the purpose of the
What a drag series was to get something done in the least
amount of code, and generating a stream from a URL takes an
awful lot of code when doing it from the unmanaged side,
which would ultimately detract from the point of the example.)
Bonus: He takes the example further by
adding asynchronous support.