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The recent spate of data loss issues is causing quite a bit of good conversation about preserving your data. With Windows 7 on the horizon, quite a few folks will be upgrading older machines or wiping the slate clean and starting afresh with new installs.
Good news for Mac users who also use Windows devices and Windows Live Mesh. Looks like the Windows Live Mesh team has gotten a version ready for Apple's Snow Leopard.
I'm taking a quick break from writing a new theatre piece called Southern Crossroads for Wayside Theatre. We're creating this piece ourselves out of necessity due to difficult economic circumstances, but that's not the point of the post.
Last week saw an update for Windows Live Mesh for the Mac, Mobile and the Live Desktop. Today should bring an update for Windows.
This promises to be interesting to say the least. A report in The Dallas Morning News says that Blockbuster will be using Microsoft's Live Mesh to stream stream video to desktops and mobile devices.
Windows Live Mesh is one of those products whose reach will be felt for a long time to come, especially as Microsoft begins to roll out sync features that tie in their applications (think OneNote, etc). DaveTN, a respiratory therapist about to enter graduate school, ha...
I'm knee deep in Christmas, the London of Charles Dickens with Ebenezer Scrooge, and 34 actors in two casts (including 18 children) as we rehearse a new musical production of A Christmas Carol which opens November 29 at Wayside Theatre.
Wanna give your Tablet PC a little Live Mesh makeover? Check out this Live Mesh wallpaper pack, courtesy of James Senior of the Live Mesh Team via Channel 10.
Rob alluded to this the other day, and it looks like it is literally happening as I blog this. Windows Live Mesh is in the process of updating and in that process I've noticed that the Mac Client is now available.