2007

As lots of technology bloggers are going to CES, we thought we’d level the playing field a bit for those who aren’t. With journalists from the big press organisations in attendance, CES provides the perfect opportunity for Windows Live to …

As regular readers of LiveSide.net know, I am Donavon West, a Microsoft MVP and I wrote the Windows Vista Countdown gadget. The other day, a friend sent me a link to a blog posting by Mitch Denny, a …

One year ago today, LiveSide launched.  To celebrate our birthday, we are going to be having a few giveaways and contests over the next few days, but first I thought that I would share some interesting facts about LiveSide from …

As you all may remember, I wrote a guide on creating your own basic plug-in for Windows Live Writer, well I have now created a template that you can use within Visual Studio and Visual Studio Express so when you …

Windows Live OneCare, which features support for 20 languages besides English, and is built to work on Vista, has been released to manufacturing, and will be available at the end of January, according to the OneCare team blog.  Current …

Here’s a little something to kick off our birthday celebration in style!  Back in October, we reported on Project Nemo, a Windows Live product for Media Center being developed behind the closed doors of Redmond.  Well now the little …

It’s been a little over a year since the Windows Live initiative was announced, in November 2005, and a year since we started LiveSide.  Harrison has looked back on what the first year was like – lots of name changes, …