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This Week on Channel 9: April 4th Episode

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This Week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian cover:

News
- Open XML approved as an ISO/IEC Standard
- Microsoft Surface partners with AT&T brings Surface devices to AT&T stores starting April 17th
- Game Programming with Silverlight 2.0 by Mike Snow

A rundown of April Fools Day related jokes/activities
- Charles interviews Brian Beckman on Project Quark
- ThinkGeek's Labyrinth Lock
- ThinkGeek's USB Pregnancy Test
- ThinkGeek's Betamax to HD-DVD Converter
- Xbox 360 Wireless Helmet
- Xbox Live, the Board Game
- Xbox 360 Vintage Edition
- Mardi Brekke and Dee Dee Walsh

Picks of the Week
- Dan's Pick: Silverlight Rehab - You're not alone
- Brian's Pick: World of Warcraft Bard Hero Class

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  • Christian Liensbergerlittleguru <3 Seattle
    Downloading, downloading, downloading!!!

    Why does Brian remember me of Barney from "How I Met Your Mother"; especially when he mentions the bachelor party? hehe

    Big Smile Cool
  • Mark Wisecarverwisemx Live it
    I really enjoy these but this one, well, just a wee bit goofy this time. Wink
  • Dan FernandezDan

    Yeah, we'll probably have a goofy show every now and then (Halloween, April Fools Day, Holidays), maybe we should label them in the title so people know we're going to be a little less newsy and a bit more...pointless:P

  • So the iPhone can actually sync with Microsoft Surface? :O
  • Dan FernandezDan
    Not exactly, the surface just reads a barcode for whatever hardware or product is put on top of it. That being said, Bluetooth communication and/or wireless should be possible if someone wanted to build something with a little more direct connection on Surface.
  • Erik PorterHuman​Compiler Now with more apps
    littleguru wrote:
    Downloading, downloading, downloading!!!

    Why does Brian remember me of Barney from "How I Met Your Mother"; especially when he mentions the bachelor party? hehe



    Neil Patrick Harris modeled his character after Brian.  True story.
  • Christian Liensbergerlittleguru <3 Seattle
    HumanCompiler wrote:
    
    littleguru wrote:
    Downloading, downloading, downloading!!!

    Why does Brian remember me of Barney from "How I Met Your Mother"; especially when he mentions the bachelor party? hehe



    Neil Patrick Harris modeled his character after Brian.  True story.


    Don't you see it?



    They are AWESOME!

    We need Brian in a suit to compare... A Barney-like suit... not too tied, a little bit lazy, but in a suit.

    Suit up! (to say it in Barney's words)
  • CKurtCKurt while( ( !​succeed=try​() ) ) { }
    Dan wrote:
    Not exactly, the surface just reads a barcode for whatever hardware or product is put on top of it. That being said, Bluetooth communication and/or wireless should be possible if someone wanted to build something with a little more direct connection on Surface.


    So they just put a barcode sticker on the back of the device and service reads that ? Or how does it work exactly ?

    There must be some connection if you want to drag and drop songs to a phone, no ?
  • Dan FernandezDan
    DukeNukem wrote:
    
    Dan wrote:
    Not exactly, the surface just reads a barcode for whatever hardware or product is put on top of it. That being said, Bluetooth communication and/or wireless should be possible if someone wanted to build something with a little more direct connection on Surface.


    So they just put a barcode sticker on the back of the device and service reads that ? Or how does it work exactly ?

    There must be some connection if you want to drag and drop songs to a phone, no ?


    I think the dragging/dropping of songs onto a phone was demoware meaning I don't think AT&T or Surface has built anything beyond prototypes of that yet. I could be mistaken though and they could be further along here.
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