Tag Archives: Live

‘Geneva’ Identity in the Cloud

One of the more interesting things to come out of the recent PDC conference (for me at least) was the work MS has been doing around identity in the cloud.  It’s always looked like a bit of a stumbling block for the adoption of cloud services, especially for enterprises where simple user interfaces and single […] Read More…

Mesh for Mac

Looks like the Mac Live Mesh client has been released – despite the ‘Microsoft Confidential – Internal Use Only’ lable at the bottom of the installation window :) Anyways, here it is: https://www.mesh.com/Web/MacDownload.aspx Update:  I may have spoken to soon there… although the client installed properly, once it started it asks for an update but […] Read More…

DeepPhoto

Liveside have just posted about a cool new technology MS is building called DeepPhoto.  It looks like a mashup of tools like Virtual Earth and PhotoSynth and allows photo’s to be mapped against the geometric data being built up by the virtual earth team. With all of this information combined you can do some pretty […] Read More…

What might Mesh mean for Office and businesses?

I’ve been playing about with the Mesh preview for a week or so now and overall I’m pretty impressed.  Unfortunately I’ve not had time to look at the dev side of things (or it could be that I couldn’t code my way out of a paper bag…) but its clear from talking to developer buddies […] Read More…

Why spoil the good work?

As you might have spotted, due to the work I’m doing at the moment I keep a pretty close eye on Microsoft and what its doing.  Over the past week or so I think thing they’ve had a fairly good week, news about the Live Mesh platform has started to arrive and it looks great, […] Read More…