Congratulations to Miguel de Icaza and his team at Novell for the completion and release of Moonlight 1.0! Moonlight is an open source implementation of Silverlight for the Linux platform developed in a joint effort between Novell and Microsoft. Silverlight was the primary deployment vehicle for live online video coverage of the Olympics last summer, [...]
PicLens 1.6.3 released this week adds support for searching and playing YouTube videos on the PicLens 3D wall! PicLens displays still image thumbnails for videos on the wall. When you click on an item in the wall, it plays the video in-place. Play, Pause, Seek, and Volume controls are displayed at the bottom of the [...]
Scott drops into Blood Gulch to show the Reds a thing or two (or three) about thoroughness… (Uses the WPF/E browser plugin for video streaming and player skinning) (Skinning the video player, not the Halo players) This post was originally published on my MSDN blog while I was at Microsoft.
Media mogul Ken Levy and I did a little video chat about the contacts gadget a few days ago. It’s now available on Channel9. Woohoo! This post was originally published on my MSDN blog while I was at Microsoft.