Hello Tuesday


Control Licensing in Cider (WPF designer for VS)

James provides some
great
information
on supporting licensing for controls in WPF.

Jamie is blogging like a mad man

Jamie is going through
some old posts by Bea and
updating
them
for recent bits. He also walks through how everything works in

EID
(Expression Interactive Designer).

DataModel-View-ViewModel

Dan is not on the WPF
team–he works on Max–but he’s
doing a great job plugging our technology. Read his write up on virtualizing
panels [1,
2,
3,
4].
Then take a look at his discussion on

DataModel-View-ViewModel
[Part
2
]. Very similar stuff to what
John Gossman wrote
about a while ago.

More on network neutrality

A
great write-up of the current state of things on
SaveTheInternet.com. The most
interesting bit.

Thus far powerful phone and cable companies have spent an estimated $100
million on lobbyists, lawyers, “Astroturf
groups, campaign contributions and advertising agencies in a drive to dismantle
Net Neutrality and
mislead
Americans.

The scary result:

…for every $1 spent by the grassroots to defend Net Neutrality, the phone and
cable companies have spent approximately $500 to drown it.

[Emphasis mine.]

Yesterday I
posted some additional links and ways to get involved. Get
involved!

Comments (2)

  1. FranL says:

    Nice links! I have also added Jamie’s feed to the best ones in NetFXGuide.

    Thanks

    Francesco

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