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Silverlight Book Recommendations

Here are my current Silverlight book recommendations… This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution By license.

Flickr4Writer

Flickr4Writer is a plug-in for Windows Live Writer, a blog authoring tool available free to anyone.  The plug-in enables a Flickr user (Flickr account is required) to browse their own photos as well as others and insert the content into a blog post using Writer. The plug-in enables you to search all your content, photosets, or search by tags.  It is available for free and can be downloaded from Codeplex.  For developers, the code is also made available if you want to contribute fixes and features (that comply with Flickr API terms of use).  UPDATE:...

The Mother-in-law Factor

Rule #1: DON'T DISREGARD this factor! As many technology-driven people are in their families, we end up being the Nick Burns of the family.  We are often called on by our non-technical members of our families to explain, install, fix, debug, and generally be a shoulder to lean on for technology woes. I'm no different.  My mother-in-law, bless her heart, hates technology.  She views it as a necessary evil rather than a blessing.  Here's some things she's had wrong with technology (NOTE: had I not seen them for myself I wouldn't have believed it): bad black printer cartridge -...


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