Archive for May, 2008

May 28 2008

Spread Firefox | Download Day 2008

Published by under Web Standards

  Set a Guinness World Record Enjoy a Better Web Sounds like a good deal, right? All you have to do is get Firefox 3 during Download Day to help set the record for most software downloads in 24 hours – it’s that easy. The official date for the launch of Firefox 3 will be […]

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May 23 2008

Twitter is down

Published by under Fun or Funny?,Twitter

Oh Shit! We dun tossed our cookies AGAIN! Thanks for noticing—now mind your own gawd damned business and stay out of ours! Link: Twitter

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May 11 2008

What is twitter in 140 seconds video contest

What is twitter is a video contest for the millions of users who get asked the age old question when trying to explain to non-twitter users, “what is twitter?”. Record your video, tag it “what is twitter” and post it on the web. What can you win? 1. 8gb Apple iPhone 2. 1GB iPod shuffle […]

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May 07 2008

twhirl 0.8.1 released

Published by under Twitter

Mostly a maintenance release, but includes better support for FriendFeed. You can now block a user from the lookup panel, by clicking the corresponding button. Twitter also sends back now if you follow a user when you lookup a username, so you either have a “follow” or “unfollow” button available. Link: twhirl’s blog » Blog […]

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May 06 2008

Hotmail will continue to work with Outlook Express – for now

Last month, I posted about Microsoft’s plan to disable the ability of Hotmail users to use Outlook Express to download their email. Today, we heard this:  Recently, many customers received notification regarding Microsoft’s plan to disable the DAV protocol, which allows you to access your Windows Live Hotmail inbox from Outlook Express. From the feedback […]

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May 06 2008

Sprint HTC Mogul – one week out

I love this phone. I know you’re not supposed to love inanimate objects, but I do love this phone. I can do so much more with than I could with my (separate) cell phone and iPaq. I’ve set up two email accounts, synced it with Outlook for my Contacts and Calendar, and configured my Windows […]

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May 02 2008

Chris Bowen’s Blog : The Roadshow Rides Again! – May/June Edition

Published by under .Net,Microsoft

  The Northeast Roadshow We’re at it again!  It’s time to pack our laptops and gear to head out across the northeast for our fifth Roadshow!  Only this time, you’re getting three of us for the price of, well, zero – the events are free after all…  Jim O’Neil, our new colleague here in the […]

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May 01 2008

Expression Studio 2 RTMs today!

Last year the Microsoft Expression team shipped a new suite of tools for creative professionals. This first release of Expression Studio marked a significant milestone in the history of development tools at Microsoft, delivering superior designer-developer workflow and providing designers a set of interaction design, graphic design, Web design, digital asset management and video production […]

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