Continuing the series of interviews for Windows Live and You, I talked with the owner of Chinese LiveSide, which is LiveSino.net. He lives in Shanghai, China; many of you will probably know him as “Picturepan2” while his real name is Yan Zhu (??). mynetx: Sorry to steal your night, I
As promised, here is the interview I had been talking of. I don’t know how many of you know Siebe, however I am sure you will find the following interview in the series “Windows Live and You” interesting. Have fun! mynetx: Nice that I may talk with you a bit
Found the preceding “Windows Live and You” interviews interesting? This time, I talked with Bram Lancsweert, living in Belgium. He loves Apple and Mac, but also Windows Live. Let’s see how those two fit together. mynetx: Nice that you got some time to talk with me about Windows Live and
For this second interview of the series “Windows Live and You”, I have talked with Multimedia designer and Messenger skinner, Will Ingles. mynetx: Nice that you got some minutes to talk with me about Windows Live and You. To get started, please describe yourself and your connection with Windows Live,
Last days, I promised a new, user-centered series “Windows Live and You”, featuring interviews with people in the Windows Live business as well as articles on the daily impact of Windows Live. I’ve decided to begin this series with an interview of Gregory Sampson, who is… – but let’s ask
In this lively, eye-opening, hands-on book, all you need is a computer and the desire to learn how to program with Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition.
From what I have seen from the MIX09 web conference until today, there is quite a big interest in the Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit and its features. Adding Messenger to your own website kind of amazes people and thus the interest in being able to do that is quite
Dear readers, Adding support for additional instant messaging networks has always been on a high place on the wish list for Windows Live Messenger. People were excited when they have to know that Microsoft and Yahoo would cooperate to allow using the networks in both company’s clients, back in 2005.
In an internal message to developers, the Windows Live team has announced the long-awaited integration of several instant messaging networks to work together with Windows Live. Among these networks to be added are ICQ and Skype as well as AIM, Facebook Chat and Google Talk. “We are currently aiming to
Windows 7 wird die Sicherheitslösung Windows Live OneCare nicht unterstützen. Der Grund dafür ist, dass OneCare eingestellt und durch eine kostenlose Alternative ersetzt wird. OneCare wird am 30. Juni 2009 eingestellt. Somit ist es nicht verwunderlich, dass Windows 7, erwartet für Ende 2009 / Anfang 2010, die wenig erfolgreiche Sicherheits-