I’ll waiting for the reviews and further iterations of Chrome before I will consider downloading it for review purposes. It is highly encouraging to see the different set of innovative features added to the latest versions of the various web browsers.
“We owe a great debt to many open source projects, and we’re committed to continuing on their path. … and in that spirit, we are making all of our code open source as well. We hope to collaborate with the entire community to help drive the web forward.” (Source: Google Blog, 1 Sep 08)
On a separate note, where is the link to download Chrome source code? Google’s intention is commendable, but where is the follow-up action?
Email Prioritizer is an free add-in for Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 that helps you manage email overload. and it prioritizes email to help you focus on the email messages that are most important to you with a 0-3 star rating system. It also provides a “do not disturb” button that temporarily pauses new email arrival.
It does this by using various algorithms to automatically identify the importance or urgency of e-mail messages delivered into an Outlook 2007 in-box. This idea was developed from a research project by Eric Horvitz and Mary Czerwinski.
Nick Hodge posted a ReMix 07 intro video powered by Silverlight. In this video, Monique interviewed Anna Liu, Norbert Haehnel (Director, DPE) and Frank Arrigo (Head Geek, DPE) on what’s ReMix is about and what you can expect.
Hope to see you in ReMix 07 – Melbourne (Jun 25 – 26)
Mix 2007, has kicked off in Vegas. The major news from the keynote address was the announcement of Silverlight support for video streaming (Silverlight streaming) and as a .NET member. What this means to developers is the ability to take advantage of support for ASP.Net AJAX, LINQ and cross languages support for Visual Basic, C# and C++ and other in their Silverlight app!
Just think about the possibilities! Silverlight is ROCKING!