A website named desire

aka the world of the web professional. Built on Deepzoom 🙂 Am going to see if I can blag a bunch of posters to give away at UK events (since the ones listed are all US). Will update if I succeed in getting any printed over here. A website named desire

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From Flash to Silverlight – Project Rosetta

Wanted to try out Silverlight? But a Macromedia/Adobe kind of guy/girl? Didn’t know where to go? Fear not, Project Rosetta is the site for you: Project Rosetta is a site dedicated to helping designers and developers build applications in Silverlight while taking advantage of skills they already know. Learn more about Project Rosetta Great article…

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3 (more) reasons you gotta go to Remix UK on 18/19 September

Remix is shaping up to be a great event and I’m excited about going down and hanging out with the designers and web developers attending. There is lots of great sessions planned from ScottGu and Bill Buxton keynoting to the various breakouts. But, there are lots more reasons to go that happen around the main…

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H.264 and AAC support coming to Silverlight

A preview of Silverlight was shown at IBC last week which supported the H.264 and AAC. Cool stuff, if you are into your video…which lots of people are. “At IBC 2008 we will be demonstrating a technology preview of H.264 video and Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) audio playback support in Silverlight, and H.264 authoring using…

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Paolo on Live Mesh…

Team blogger and twitterer  and all things web 2.0 guru presented at the Vista Squad meeting a week or so ago. He explained it really well (didn’t use a Fish + Chip anology like Mr Clayton) and hinted at the massive potential the platform has… Check out Paolo’s post for the link

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Microsoft Student Technology Day – 1 October

Are you a Computer Science, Engineering, Design or a student with a passion for technology? Then we have the event of the new academic year for you! On Wednesday 1 October 2008, join Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer and other industry leaders as they discuss the next generation of computer science innovation with students and lecturers…

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