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  1. Jason

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    Checkout http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=128231#128231for the video of it.

    Sidebar lives!

    But it's even better, here Sean Alexander, David Streams,and special guest Sanaz Ahari of the Start.com team, demonstrate the new sidebar and gadgets that come in Windows Vista. Plus, we cover the three different kinds of gadgets and show how to build your own.

    You can learn more on the Microsoft Gadget site.

    Clips: Widescreen going business, [View all clips...]

    Tags: Avalon, Internet+Explorer, WinFX, Windows+XP, Windows+Vista, Windows+Mobile, Architecture
     
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    funny how we've had widgets post-beta for over a year now. on macintosh.



    not that windows is, you know, STEALING MACS IDEAS AND PUTTING THEM INTO A TERRIBLY WRITTEN OS or anything...
     
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    OS X Didn't originally come up with the idea...

    In fact most of the features OS X users have, were "Inspired" by third party programs...

    I own a "20 iMac, it's great & everything (I think it's better than XP) But Windows Vista has features that Apple hasn't actually made use of...
     
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    Plus I can guarantee you the next version of os x will be implementing a lot of things which windows vista orginiated. Its just buisness.
     
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    Very well said, exactly my thoughts.
     
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