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  • Kirk Evans Blog

    SBC Communications Selects Microsoft TV for Advanced IP Television Service

    SBC Communications Selects Microsoft TV for Advanced IP Television Service . Sweet! Go watch the Flash demo on IPTV for the SBC Lightspeed project to get an idea of some of the planned features. The coolest is the multiple camera angles for a single show...
  • Yves Dolce

    MSN Web Messenger Beta

    From : " MSN Web Messenger lets you talk online and in real-time with friends and family using just a web browser! Use it on any shared computer - at school, at work, at a friend's house or anywhere you can't install the MSN...
  • Joel Pobar's CLR weblog

    CLR Generics and code sharing

    It’s been a while since I’ve posted - we’ve been busy getting Beta 2 ready, and that means fixing bugs, bugs, and more bugs. I have a bunch of nearly complete posts, mostly around Reflection and type system identity, which I’ll be kicking out soon I hope...
  • !! Saurabh's world of possibilities !!

    An insect falls into a mug of beer...

    Today, I came across something interesting. Event : An insect falls into a mug of beer... Reactions: Englishman: Throws his mug away and walks out. American: Takes the insect out and drinks the beer. Chinese: Eats the insect and throws the beer away Japanese...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Embedded Student ChallengE

    Are you ready to change the world? Then enter the second annual Windows Embedded Student ChallengE ! The competition challenges undergraduate teams of four, with a faculty mentor, to design a computer-based system that solves a real-world problem. Organized...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Balz Wyss - PM for VoIP in Embedded Devices Division

    There is a really interesting look at VoIP (Voice over IP) and SoIP (Services Over IP) in a chat with Balz Wyss, PM for VoIP in Embedded Devices Division on Channel9 . As a side note, I am making the plunge to Vonage over the next couple of weeks. I even...
  • Live Search

    What we will write about

    Taking a cue from IE team blog and from Robert Scoble’s Corporate Weblog Manifesto , allow me to lay out some basic principles and aspirations for the MSN Search blog: Honest and Respectful. We will tell the truth and stay the high road. ‘nuff said. Useful...
  • Chris Castillo's WebLog

    Automating the Timeline Shapes: Part 2

    My good buddy Bill (no, not G) ran into an oddity when trying to automate the timeline shape. After you drop a timeline master to the page and set the begin-and-end dates, the time scale markers do not get updated. The labels for the begin-and-end dates...

    64-Bit Computing Webcasts

    I just noticed that there's a nice new page up for the 64-bit computing Webcast series that took place a couple of weeks ago. Check it out here: Gearing Up for 64-Bit Computing on Windows Server Tune in to this webcast series and take advantage...
  • Alan Cameron Wills - Domain Specific Languages

    Many syntaxes for one semantics

    This is an example of a Ladder Diagram from the IEC1131 standard: I find this fascinating! As a computer programmer, it would never have occurred to me to represent logic expressions in this way. But to electrical engineers used to laying out circuits...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Screen Saver Tricks

    In a prior blog entry I describe how a couple lines of code can start the currently registered screen saver instantly and how to disable the screen saver. Screen savers are funny animals. They are simply executable programs that typically will terminate...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    SQL Server 2005 Webcasts

    Interested in learning more about the upcoming version of SQL Server (aka the database formerly known as Yukon)? Starting in December, there will be a series of webcasts covering everything from T-SQL enhancements, to .NET programming in SQL Server 2005...
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