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Windows Live and Windows 8

So. I guess I wasn’t the only one with this idea: http://www.syfuhs.net/post/2011/02/28/making-the-internet-single-sign-on-capable.aspx Sweet. Announced earlier today at the Build conference, Microsoft is creating a tighter integration between Windows 8 and Windows Live.  More details to come when I download the bits later tonight.

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Making the Internet Single Sign On Capable

Every couple of weeks I start up Autoruns to see what new stuff has added itself to Windows startup and what not (screw you Adobe – you as a software company make me want to swear endlessly).  Anyway, a few months ago around the time the latest version of Windows Live Messenger and it’s suite…

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Find my Windows Phone 7

For the last month and a half I’ve been playing around with my new Windows Phone 7.  Needless to say, I really like it.  There are a few things that are still a little rough – side-loading application is a good example, but overall I’m really impressed with this platform.  It may be version 7…

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Windows LiveID Almost OpenID

The Windows Live team announced a few months ago that their Live ID service will be a new provider for the OpenID system.  The Live team was quoted: Beginning today, Windows Live™ ID is publicly committing to support the OpenID digital identity framework with the announcement of the public availability of a Community Technology Preview…

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Windows Live Writer

I finally got around to building a MetaWeblog API Handler for this site, so I can use Windows Live Writer.  It certainly was an interesting task.  I wrote code for XML, SQL Server, File IO, and Authentication to get this thing working.  It’s kinda mind-boggling how many different pieces were necessary to get the Handler…