Thanks to everyone who attended my "Momentum Webcast: See More and Do More with Microsoft Virtual Earth (Level 100)" this morning. If you missed the webcast (shame on you), you can view the recording online at the Live Meeting Website. For additional information about the Virtual Earth AJAX Control 6.2 or the Virtual Earth Web Service, check out my post titled, "Announcing The Virtual Earth Web Service and Virtual Earth Map Control 6.2" for a full run down of the feature set.
During the web cast, I mentioned a few "less than highly advertised features." I wouldn't call them Easter Eggs, they just pertain more to developers than higher level decision makers. The features are as follows:
For those of you who were wondering about the mysterious white paper that was mentioned in the email, we've posted a MSDN Technical Article explaining how to integrate the Virtual Earth Web Service into a Silverlight user experience - "Developing a Silverlight Application Using Virtual Earth Web Services." It's a long one, so get some diesel in you before you sit down with it. Also, don't forget about Mark Brown's 6.2 Technical Webcast Friday morning.