I didn’t know, computers could be SO pessimistic!
Let’s see, when this item will actually arrive.
eMarketer, three different digital actuaries declared that Twitter traffic
has performed a slight plummet.
Facebook is said to be for “older” generations, mySpace for musicians, Twitter traffic is declining – what might the next social media trend be? Or will people in the end become tired of constantly filling online databases with information?
The goal of http://foursquare.com is for people to check in to places they visit and leave hints for other people/friends that are nearby. This can come in handy if we – once again – spontaneously look for a new restaurant to try before going to the cinema.
If you want to add me to your network: http://foursquare.com/user/techpreacher
No installation of CURL is required, simply copy the curl.exe and PDC09Downloader.bat into one empty folder and run the batch file using one of the parameters “wmvhigh”, “wmv”, “mp4” or “pptx”.
The second script, PDC09Renamer.bat can then be run to rename the “cryptic” session keys used for filenames into the session’s title. Alternatively, the contents of PDC09Renamer.bat can be used to look up sessions by name and find the corresponding files…
Now the only thing to find is hours and hours of time to watch all this great content!
Microsoft Surface Manipulations and Inertia Sample for Microsoft Silverlight available for download!
The manipulations and inertia processor classes allow graphical user interface (GUI) components to move in a natural and intuitive way. Manipulations enable users to move, rotate, and resize components by using their fingers. Inertia enables users to move components by applying forces on the components, such as flicking the component across the screen. The contents of this sample are covered by the Microsoft Surface SDK 1.0 SP1 license agreement, with any additional restrictions noted in the Readme file. The purpose of this download is educational use only and is made available "as-is" without support.
Also interesting: The Silverlight Multitouch Input Documentation on MSDN.