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Silverlight TV 9: MIX 10K Challenge

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The Continuum Show meets Silverlight TV as John and Adam Kinney, Expression Evangelist, review the highlights of the MIX 10K Challenge. They check out the winners in each category of the second annual contest, which has some great prizes. The MIX 10K Challenge Winners have been announced publicly, and are now posted on the MIX 10K Challenge home page

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  • Alan Mendelevichailon Alan Mendelevich

    Look, ma, I'm on TV! Wink Congratulations to other winners! See you at MIX.

     

    Alan.

  • Someone forgot to tell Adam he was on Silverlight TV!  Smiley

  • John Papajopapa Evangelist on the Loose

    We really need a blooper reel. We have some very bizzarre times filming Devil

  • I am so glad you guys kept Adam's beginning intro in.  We've all been there - having to introduce ourselves before every presentation. Showing the human side makes you all easier to relate to.  Smiley Great work on the show keep them coming!  

  • I must also say that the Mix10k shirt is really great!!! I loved it!

  • John Papajopapa Evangelist on the Loose

    Breno - Agreed. I like the T-shirt too. Too bad my daughter stole it on me Smiley

  • Chris PChris P 100pxls

    Heh, nice to see my app featured - even if it didn't behave for you! The visualisation of searches was actually a really small part of the app, the main point of the app was to allow people to collaboratively draw pictures onto the wall (i.e. the one that shows when you start up the app). Anyway glad you liked it! 

  • Glad you liked the t-shirt design! The concept was my handiwork, and the art files were done by a local company called B-BAM.

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