Thats the literal translation of the channel Canvas made on Youtube and published on their site. A great way to send christmas wishes. And some nice little movies (especielly liked the one with Tine Embrechts).
First found thanks to: Marketing.Interactive
After an update of my graphical card, I finally managed to get Secondlife to work on Vista. It looks great and runs fast but I still look like a complete geek in there… I really need to spend some time on my virtual looks 😉
Magnificent site and a great collaboration between 2 brands (MSN and Westin hotels).
In the site Renewal you can explore several big cities (super integration of Live Local) and find the Westin hotels on the map next to several points of interest. A really nice way to explore a city, its tourist attractions and find hotels near them.
Found thanks to Virtual Earth (Mappoint) B2B
The Volkswagen Rabbit is back and the guys from Crispin Porter + Bogusky have created a widget (yes, at Microsoft we call it gadgets) that you can download here: Rabbit ’Free Events’ Widget .
The VW Rabbit Widget displays free events in the major U.S. city of your choice. Download and stay up to date on what’s cool and affordable in your city. From museum tours & gallery exhibitions, to concerts, recitals & readings, the Rabbit Widget will help you stretch your budget across a wide range of interesting activites. Event times, categories and descriptions are all displayed in this zippy app.
First found on Media Daily News.
If this is true (check the post below) we would really take a step ahead from Google here:
Link to LiveSide – News blog : Will CES bring Windows Live News?
This is really cool. Link to Soapbox on MSN Video: Soapbox and Messenger Integration
Instead of just IM’ing your contact a link to a video,we now allow you to actually watch a video with friends, using Windows Live Messenger in real-time. This is how it works:If at any time you would like to watch a video with one of your Messenger contacts, just click on the “share” tab under a Soapbox Video and select “IM this video.”
If you are already signed into Messenger, this will prompt you to choose which contact you would like to watch the video with.If you are not signed in, you will be prompted to do so.Choose the contact, and once the person has accepted your invitation – boom the Messenger Activity Window will launch, with the player in full view. You can now watch the video with your friends and chat about it, all at the same time. We will be adding more functionality in the future, but think this is a great start in integrating Soapbox closely with Messenger.
Crossposted on Belgian Windows Live Team Space
We’re doing an interesting conference in London on the 1st and 2nd of February: Designertopia. I’m going to see if we can bring some creative agencies to this event. More to follow on this!