MS Talk: Audio Interview With Marcus Schmidt

Over the past one and a half years, Microsoft has engaged in social media. This has helped to get in touch with us as customers and created a positive buzz around Windows and Windows Live. Social communities like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube play an important role in this.

What happened to

“Windows Live Personalised Experience”—this is what Wikipedia calls, the successor of This service allowed you to put together your own home page with gadgets and other stuff to get you a home on the Web. Much like iGoogle, to be honest. Frozen project, it seems. Dead project? Let’s

Windows Live Web Messenger, reinvented

Microsoft Singapore have recently released their web-based Messenger, built on top of the Messenger Library. You don’t need to install anything, as messaging works out-of-the-box. Check it out for free: What do you think?