April, 2009

  • Microsoft Tag

    Microsoft Tag Team Releases Ability To Create Custom Tags

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      The Microsoft Tag team is pleased to announce the ability to create custom Tags! You know what a standard Tag looks like, but custom Tags will knock your socks off. To provide better branding and creative opportunities, you can customize Microsoft...
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    Eco Friendly Marketing: A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

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    Brochures, pamphlets, flyers, newspapers and overall print advertising have been the dominating force behind marketing for many years. With the boom of the internet, print advertising has been facing a downturn due to availability of alternative information...
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    Save The Critters!

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    Reasonpartners.org has created an eye catching campaign humanizing animals as lonely transients in urban settings. The purpose of this campaign: to draw much needed attention to decaying ecosystems around the world leaving animals homeless. This Toronto...
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    Take A Deeper Look At Microsoft Tag

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    Kris Athi, a former Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) collected pictures from around the world to create a MSP photochain using DeepZoom . With additional contributions from Aneet Singh Bawa, Ravichandran Raghaven and Christopher Maneu, the compilation...
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    We’re on NY1

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    On Monday New York 1 ran a feature on Microsoft Tag featuring an interview with mobility specialist Kevin Kerr. Take a peek at the review “Advertisers Only A Snapshot Away With ‘Tag’ Technology” and if you like to read instead of watching a video I’ve...
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    Set Sail With Tag

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    Microsoft Tag was designed to give people a new tool to view and use the internet in innovative ways. The Department of Computer Science of the University of Hull has grasped onto this idea and started to have some fun with it. During their “Mad March...
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    Showcase - Sacramento Book Review

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    The Sacramento Book Review is the first book review publication to use the Microsoft Tag technology, giving its readers the ease of purchasing books they find of interest as they are reading the reviews using their mobile phones. Throughout the 32 page...
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