October 21, 2009

My bookmarks today - Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Pages I found interesting today while surfing the web...

Windows 7 Themes
Get the bing theme, its awesome!
11:27:22 PM
Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2: Problem Steps Recorder
I dint know about this feature! This is really cool! I could use this even for personal use! It describes the problem very nicely!
10:08:31 PM
Adobe® BrowserLab
Test your website (any website, for that matter) in different browsers, without installing all of them on the machine...
9:41:29 PM
Gujarat University makes changes to rules for Phd study
"All research work in Gujarat University would be published in English language now onwards"
9:37:54 PM
I have started loving this site.. I think, it has potential to grow beyond linkedin..
9:36:03 PM
Ballmer Talks Natal, Says Blu-ray Add-On for Xbox Coming?
9:24:06 PM
What People Are Saying About Windows 7
This is smart!
8:18:37 PM
Tweets and updates and search, oh my!
2:27:35 PM
Blue Ray player for 99 bucks!
11:17:31 AM
The Power User's Guide to Google Chrome, 2009 Edition
10:30:23 AM
HUGE: Microsoft Inks Deals With Twitter and Facebook to Put Status Updates in Bing
Its just the beginning, seems..
9:18:42 AM

Stories I shared on Google Reader today...

Subscribed to AhmedabadHD
from: jigarmehtamscit's YouTube Activity
10:05:23 PM

Firefox's future features: 3.6, 3.7, and 4.0
from: Webware.com
10:03:18 PM

Ubuntu and IBM Join Forces against Windows 7
from: Maximum PC all RSS Feed
9:44:03 PM

Sun to Hand Out 3,000 More Pink Slips
from: Maximum PC all RSS Feed
9:38:42 PM

Inside the Microsoft Apps Lab
from: jigarmehtamscit's YouTube Activity
8:45:04 PM

Windows 7 breaks all pre-order records at Amazon
from: Marc Gregoire's Blog
8:44:50 PM

Searching and Navigating Code in VS 2010 (VS 2010 and .NET 4.0 Series)
from: ScottGu's Blog
This makes life a lot simpler!
5:10:31 PM

The Minutes On 9 - Channel 9 Video Interviews with the ASP.NET 4 Team
from: Scott Hanselman's Computer Zen
5:08:29 PM

Tutorial: Getting Started with TFS in VS2010
from: Jason Zander's WebLog
This is exactly what I did today, but wasted 3 hours in figuring out how things works.. Wish I had read the blogpost before :)
4:23:16 PM

Mozilla and Microsoft work together on WPF\ClickOnce plugins
from: Brad Abrams
4:07:08 PM

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