The Internet Explorer developer’s toolbar was announced at the PDC and is ready to download. You can grab it at:
and I highly suggest that you do. It can tell you almost everything you ever wanted to know about a page including table layouts, classes, images, and much, much more!
Kudos to Mark Kruger for passing along this great tip.
First look at the next version of SharePoint
SharePoint Services and Workflow
Not really SharePoint related but interesting never the less. Windows Workflow Foundation
http://channel9.msdn.com/showpost.aspx?postid=114720 An interview with Julie Larson-Green. One of the people responsible for the new UI. This promises to be the first of many Channel 9 videos dedicated to the Office.
According to the comments made by Bill Gates, SharePoint 12 will have “… rich workflow type capability, with the sharing of information in one common, rich way.”
Another nice comment about searching: “SharePoint’s search function now can go out not just to documents but to structured information like your product catalogue, your project management status, your directory of who your employees are, and your accounting software”
Go here for the entire article: http://www.informationweek.com/story/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=170701119
As we all know one big pain is trying to find what we need in the big repository known as the Internet, or even in a corporate intranet. MS Research in Cambridge is working on that issue right now. One interesting point of this article is the final 2 paragraphs that state how their research is being used in SharePoint.