Hundreds of millions of people use Hotmail. Here's the first look at the next-generation of Hotmail, code-named "Kahuna."
You meet the team which is located at Microsoft's Silicon Valley campus, hear their design philosophy, and get a first look.
Scott Isaacs is one of the inventors of DHTML. He is one of Microsoft's smartest Web developers and built a framework that's being used on Start.com, the future Hotmail, and other places like the new gadgets in Windows Vista. Hope you enjoy meeting Scott,
sorry for the bad lighting at the…
A couple of months ago
we interviewed the Virtual Earth team and got an early look at what they were planning. They have now gone live so we went back and interviewed the team again. They jumped right into a demo and talked about some hot secret features: locate me and a developer
After shooting this interview with Sanaz Ahari and Steve Rider I wrote a fun blog post titled:
Hadi Partovi, what are you thinking?That's cause this small team (now three people) is doing an innovative news portal, er, RSS aggregator,
over at start.com.They just updated that site too,
I spent some time today interviewing the Virtual Earth team. This is MSN's answer to Google Maps, coming in July 2005. As you see in the video MSN Virtual Earth goes noticeably further than Google Maps or other mapping services.Later today we'll put the video I shot of them up on Channel…
Scoble talks to the MSN TV people. Don't know what MSN TV is? Watch this video. In it, they discuss
MSN Remote Record Service, which lets you use your Media Center PC remotely. This video was recorded on Microsoft's Silicon Valley campus.
Hotmail. It's a service that's often overlooked at Microsoft. But hundreds of millions of people use Hotmail every month. Billions of email messages flow through its datacenters every day.
Anyway, we went down to Silicon Valley to meet with Omar Shahine. Hey, it was an excuse to see the sunny…
"Wicked," is how interviewer Robert Scoble reacted when he saw the MSN Toolbar Suite demoed. Today Microsoft announced the MSN Toolbar Suite beta. You can get it now at
What does it do?
The Toolbar Suite team took some time out of…
Today Microsoft announced the MSN Toolbar Suite beta. You can get it now at
The Toolbar Suite team took some time out of their busy schedule last week and here they answer a ton of questions about the team and the product.
There are two parts to the team:
Here Michael Connolly and Jim Horne demonstrate the new MSN Spaces. Oh, and this service wasn't supposed to be turned on for two more hours, so you are getting a world-wide first look at MSN Spaces here. How about that?
Oh, while you're checking out MSN Spaces, check out the new Microsoft…