Social Networks have existed ever since the beginning of the decade, varying from social blogging portals, such as Windows Live Spaces, to video-hosting networks, such as YouTube, to mere social networks, such as Hi5, Bebo, MySpace, and most importantly, Facebook.
The short message platform Twitter is now available in 6 languages, among them German. All texts have been translated by volunteers. German is the last new language that Twitter is adding this year.
The Windows Live Team is currently working on Wave 4, that is, the 2010 versions of Windows Live. This includes both web services and Windows Live Essentials. Let’s take a closer look at Messenger 2010 Milestone 1.
The developers of the microblogging platform Twitter have renovated the mobile website technically and optically. If you’re interested, get a first glimpse of the work at mobile.twitter.com.
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.
Today Microsoft unvealed its new format for the MSN.com homepage in a public preview.
What are the most interesting changes?
Spanish is the first of currently 4 user-translated languages that are about to get added to Twitter. You can now switch the Twitter website to Spanish. And please check your OAuth permissions for unwanted applications. We show how.
Windows 7 is generally available since yesterday. Never have the expectations for a new operating system been as high as this time, as we as end users have never been integrated into finding ideas for a new Windows, like we have this time. On top of that, Windows Vista has moved to the storage siding and is called a big flop by some people. Surely expectations climb up then – can Windows 7 embrace them?
I thought it was about time to let you know what I am currently working on. While you can find the complete list at the Projects page, here is a summary of the most interesting bits. MPLCode A Messenger Plus! script for sending/receiving programming codes formatted instead of plain-text. WLMStatus
Talking about Windows Live always means talking about its users—the tech-savvy ones as well as the “normal” users. Today I am talking with Technogran, a ‘geeky grandma trying desperately to keep up with it all’, as she describes herself. She lives in the UK and likes Windows Live very much.