Windows XP phase out

According to APC magazine, Windows XP is due to be phased out by the end of 2007. Microsoft plans to stop OEM copies as an option for system builders. What this will mean is that starting next year, any new computer bought from a retailer must come with Windows... [Read More]

Snap Preview Anywhere is now Snap Shots

The folks at Snap have done it again. Snap Shots works exactly like Snap Preview Anywhere, but is a lot better. They have taken all of the feedback received about SPA and created Snap Shots. The really cool thing about Snap Shots is that it is a lot more contextual... [Read More]

Microsoft Silverlight

Microsoft officially announced Microsoft Silverlight, a cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering the next generation of media rich experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web. In other words, Silverlight is the official release name for WPF/E. For those of you who are wondering where Microsoft came up with the name... [Read More]

Updated skin...

With the upgrade of GWB to Subtext, I thought about updating my blog to one of the newer skins. There were several in the running, but eventually I decided to keep the original skin. I think this look gives a nice, clean feel and is easy to read. As a... [Read More]

Windows Live Writer and GeeksWithBlogs

For those of you that use Windows Live Writer to publish posts you will need to reconfigure the blog settings to support Subtext. This is a one-time change and simply involves running the “Edit Weblog Settings” wizard. This wizard will pick up all of the existing settings, so you don’t... [Read More]