Subtext and MySpace China

Phil and Steve beat me to announcing, but Phil has officially confirmed that MySpace China is using a modified version of Subtext for it’s blogging engine. This is incredible news as MySpace China gets around 100 million page views, of which... [Read More]

Windows Live UI Identity Crisis

A few days after I talked about the Windows Live Spaces URL Confusion, the guys at LiveSide.net talked about a related issue. Apparently, their issue stemmed from a post on Windows Live Wire announcing that Windows Live Home has been officially released. Their complaint? The lack... [Read More]

Hyperlink your source code

If you’re diligent about putting meaningful comments in your source code (and if you’re not, you should be!) you have probably wanted the ability to have a comment link to another method or another area of code. Using XML comments, it is relatively easy to link to other code elements... [Read More]

Windows Live Photo Gallery Rocks!

I haven’t posted too much about Windows Live Photo Gallery, but after spending a few hours with it tonight, I have to say that it absolutely rocks! I have a fairly large collection of photos from various family vacations, technical events I’ve been to, family, friends, and my cats. These... [Read More]

SyncToy 2.0 Beta

Early last year, Microsoft release a great little power toy called SyncToy as an easy to use, customizable application helps you copy, move, rename, and delete files between folders and computers. Earlier this week, they announced the availability of the SyncToy 2.0 Beta, available from the Microsoft Download... [Read More]