Apr 18, 2009 Comments Off on Let’s All Get Inline (In a Block, In a Block)
Apr 5, 2009 Comments Off on Making your site social with Google’s FriendConnect
Can you take your static old blog and make it more social? Sure, here Kevin Marks, Open Social evangelist at Google, shows you how to do it with Google's FriendConnect service.
Apr 1, 2009 Comments Off on Steve Clayton: Geek In Disguise : Windows Azure
David Chappell has cranked out another paper on our cloud platform – this time entirely focused on Windows Azure and including details of announcements from MIX09 last week such as support for unmanaged code. His earlier paper covers the entire Azure Services Platform.
If you’re interested in the grubby details of how Windows Azure works, his paper is a great place to start – in particular I like the way Chappell demystifies the Fabric Controller.
Feb 22, 2009 Comments Off on Search less, understand more – Evri
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Feb 22, 2009 Comments Off on Dual Maps : Map Channels, free mapping tools
Dual maps let you display two maps side-by-side for a single location. Use the dual map to combine the features of Google Maps and Microsoft Virtual Earth Maps within one embeddable control. The control also includes the new Google Street View option to view ground level imagery of major US cities. A central divider bar lets you maximize either map. You can optionally display a marker on the map. You can customize the settings for your own needs. The default setting shows the Google Road Map on the left hand map and the Virtual Earth Birdseye view map on the right hand side. Note that the Bird’s eye view is not available for all areas, Hybrid view is used if the Bird’s eye view is unavailable.
[From: Dual Maps : Map Channels, free mapping tools]