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Live CD’s and how to set them up

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Just found about XOBNI ("Inbox" spelled backward, pronounced "zobnee") which is a Outlook plug-in that help you organize and find emails, contacts and attachments much better then you do currently. It is currently in BETA and freely available at . They will be coming up with further enhancement so that you will able to use it with yahoo main, Gmail etc. As per them: Xobni is the Outlook plug-in that saves you time finding email conversations, contacts and attachments. After a quick install, you'll see the new Xobni toolbar appear in Outlook - and suddenly information will become much easier to find. When a new email arrives, the sender's full communication history appears in the Xobni sidebar, including past conversations, attachments and contact details. Xobni also includes a blazing fast email search tool.

Special Request from DotNetNuke Corporation

Posting on behalf of Brian Scarbeau ------------------------------------ Hi Everyone! We are about a month away from the big DotNetNuke Open Force event at the Orlando Convention Center on Sunday, June 8th. Joe Brinkman from the DotNetNuke Corporation had a special request from all of our members. That request was to promote the event locally. So if you blog, can you please blog about the event. Please invite as many co-workers and friends to the event. The room will sit 196 and we want to make sure that we have a good showing at the event. Thanks, Brian Scarbeau

Adobe Flex & Rich Internet Applications

I always thought that Adobe (photoshop/flash) are for graphics designers only. But no more specially when I heard about the Flex. Flex is a highly productive, free open source framework for building and maintaining expressive web applications that deploy consistently on all major browsers, desktops, and operating systems. Checkout this amazing demo of Flex. One stop place to start learning about Flex. More resource for .NET programmers like me.