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How To Set Up a Wired or Wireless Home Network Using Windows

The variety of options for home networking can make buying decisions difficult. Before you decide what hardware to get, you should decide what type of network technology (the way computers in a network connect to or communicate with one another) Read More

How To Install WordPress and Get Started with your Own Blog

This guide will walk you through how to install wordpress.  It includes illustrations where useful, and links to everything you should need to get started. 1 Manual Installation 1.1 Getting The Code First go to http://wordpress.org From here you can Read More

instantaction.com Play 3D Multiplayer Games In Your web browser

InstantAction.com has a very Tribes like Online First Person Shooter.  The Appeal is huge.  Sitting in a computer lab at school you and 20 of your friends can hop on and play against a rival school, or when a meeting Read More

Authority according to Google

Getting found is not only about having the right stuff on your page, but also having the right people to link to you.  So if you want to really boost your own page rank you need to get one of Read More

MSDN Flash – Silverlight, Rugby and Visual Studio 2008

Silverlight, Rugby and Visual Studio 2008 Silverlight 1.0 is out! The final release of Silverlight was announced a couple of weeks ago, and means that if you’ve been waiting for the production release of Silverlight, it’s here and you can Read More

MediaCenter gets Live streaming functionality ala Slingbox through Webguide update

Internet TV and Media Center’s and WebGuide were released for Media Center today. Both services will be available free of charge to Media Center owners. “It’s a good example of how the Media Center platform keeps evolving,” says Scott Evans, Read More

Google Apps, Ajax Windows, Silverlight and Software as a Service (SAS)

Greg Sterling posted about Microsoft’s response to CapGemini rallying behind Google Apps. Microsoft responded to the announcement of CapGemini support for Google Apps yesterday with a statement and a list of questions about Google Apps for the Enterprise — or Read More