The recent auto update to the Windows Live 2011 Beta that automatically ran on my windows 7 system. Automatically and without me needing to do needing to do anything at all… killed the desktop launch icon that was used. Isn’t is great that the thing that Microsoft is best at is killing things automatically. I found a recent picture of the Microsoft “Leader” Guess it all makes sense now why the only thing they do well tends to tick me off! As for the new Windows Live Writer 2011. Works exactly like the old one, but has the following new features. Feature List Removal of the word BETA from the program name Kills your desktop Icons for Live Writer Ummm, That is about it really.
The dnn podcast page has been updated with some profile data about InteractiveWebs, indicating some of the work we specialise in. If you would like to see more, click here. David Finley, InteractiveWebs David is from InteractiveWebs based in Sydney Australia. InteractiveWebs is a technology focused business with extensive experience with DotNetNuke Module development, having released over 24 modules for public sale. As well as DNN Modules, InteractiveWebs has extensive experience with Microsoft CRM Customization, Silverlight application development, and iOS iPhone and iPad application development with integration into DotNetNuke. For more information about custom dnn module development, please visit their site: www.interactivewebs.com 34. DotNetNuke, Microsoft Pivot and DNN News Sunday, October 03, 2010 Interview with:Lee Sykes and David Finley In this podcast we discuss Microsoft Pivot and the DotNetNuke Pivot module, the latest DotNetNuke News as well as what has been happening with the DotNetNuke podcasts. The podcast covers the… Read More »DNN Podcast about the DotNetNuke Pivot Module
Technorati Tags: DotNetNuke Podcast This week we have released with Lee Sykes a DotNetNuke Podcast about Microsoft Pivot. The podcast covers the following: It has been a while David interviewing Lee, background and what has been happening DNN Creative background DotNetNuke businesses and opportunities Low cost entry into the market Our 5th birthday Microsoft Pivot background and explanation Resources and free videos to view on Pivot Exploration and manipulation of data Navigating data as a web rather than page to page, deep diving, finding trends Interactivewebs.com DotNetNuke Pivot module Displaying data from a DotNetNuke website Security roles, portals, logins, countries of registered users Building a Pivot card and displaying with images Potential for building Pivot views such as sales Useful information for advertising with Google Adwords Important ASP.NET security vulnerability
We have been working with the crew from The Stylist Finder who have a website that allows you to find a stylist near to you. We have modified a DotNetNule module for them, to allow for the rating of Stylists and Salons to give a review. The search page allows for listing of Hair Stylists and Salon by state across the united states. As an example, this is a listing for Stylists in Chicargo IL or Stylists in Michigan for example. You can find a professional hair salon michigan. We look forward to improving the custom DNN Module that they original had developed by another DotNetNuke Module developer.
Call to IT Department Caller: Hi, our printer is not working. Customer Service: What is wrong with it? Caller: Mouse is jammed. Customer Service: Mouse? Printers don’t have a mouse. Caller: Mmmmm…….. oh really?… I will send a picture.
I have been trying to access the DotNetNuke website for some hours today, and have only ever received this error: error=Index+was+outside+the+bounds+of+the+array.&content=0 DotNetNuke Error An error has occurred. An error has occurred. Not really the best look for a CMS system. But hay… it is holidays and now they are a corporation, we cannot expect anyone to be on deck this early in the new year!
We have created a feedburner feed of our DNN modules news page. This page is where you can view news about all our DNN modules released with the update itesm listed for each version. http://feeds.feedburner.com/ dnn_module_news
We have linked our DNN Modules Blog to Feedburner. You can view this blog as an RSS link at: http://feeds.feedburner.com/InteractivewebsBlog Please let us know what you think.
Our Wheel King client has posted some interesting data on the Ford Focus Rims, including an interesting review of the wheels available for the popular model. Here is an extract from the page: Ford Focus A lot of so called sports cars these days comprise of little more than a badge, a spoiler kit and a set of alloy wheels – an anodyne, half baked attempt at attracting the brain dead if you ask me. But if instead you’re the type whose right foot gets a little itchy at the mere idea of pounding down a twisty country road in a no holds barred bona fide hot hatch, then perhaps you’d better take a look at this. The face-lifted LV Focus XR5 Turbo, unlike its LT series South African siblings, is a completely German designed and manufactured five-door, five-seater boasting not only the sporty good looks deserved of wearing the XR badge,… Read More »Ford Focus Rims
We are pleased to announce a range of GTS Wheel information available on the Wheel King website. This page offers a full range of information about the GTS Wheel Rims. All the products can be purcahsed through the Wheelking.com.au Website. Here is an extract of some of the information. OVERVIEW With petrol prices at record levels, interest rates on the up, talk of ‘social responsibility’ and the need to downsize everywhere you turn — and public opinion suggesting local car builders have lost relevance — could you pick a worse time to launch a $150K-plus Aussie-built 7.0-litre (427ci!) “supercar”? Probably not — which makes HSV’s feat of selling out its 2008 build allocation of Australia’s most expensive, most powerful and largest capacity production road car yet, even more amazing… HSV’s $155,500 7.0-litre 375kW limited-edition W427 was launched earlier this week to the rampant ringing of the cash registers across the… Read More »GTS Wheel HSV W427
We are big fans of the Folder Share (now known as Live Sync) technology from…. cough cough cough Microsoft. I say that because the technology was not developed by them, but was taken over in recent years by them. In a nut shell, the Live Sync will allow you to take a folder or folders on one computer and share it with others or other computers of yours over the wire. As unremarkable as this sounds, it is actually a very cool application. It will keep both locations in sync, and manage conflicts. It will allow you to auto or manually sync It will work over the wire or locally We use it for teams of workers who work from multiple locations like via a laptop or home office, sharing all our compiled code to allow one big consistent sync. I also use it personally to backup My Music files… Read More »Snow Leopard problems with Live Sync Folder Share