I can't tell you how much time Doron has saved me via his valuable news group posts.
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Please do not call it "Expression Interactive Designer" or some other boring name. I swear it seems like there's a Dilbertesque department deep in the bowels of MS (probably manned by trolls) where cool project names are turned into lame product names.
Why not leave the name Sparkle? It's sooo much better than "Expression Interactive Designer".
In all seriousness this is a real problem that MS needs to address if it wants to compete with Apple, Google etc.
Very cool. Nar talked a bit about this last year at WinHEC. Hope we get more details at this year's WinHEC next week.
My only concern about his performance theory that latency is ok as long as the bandwidth is still maximized is input devices. With a Tablet for example the bandwidth requirement is low but latency (or lack of) is important.
Manip wrote:I am still trying to
get my head around concurrency and this only confused me
more... So yeah...
One thing that wasn't touched on is how people could interact via their archives. It seems like it would be easy to compare virtual lives and find people with very similar interests. That's just one example
Very cool stuff. Maybe one of the best videos yet.
This was an intersting video, but why so short? It seems like a part is missing, Bert was just explaining how form entry could be improved...
want... more... now!
I agree. The videos with Bert have been my favorite part of C9 besides the series with Larry.