Win A Microsoft Surface Table


I recall when Microsoft Surface was first unveiled and I must admit I would love to have one of these sitting in my home? If you feel the same way then now is your chance to win one! The Microsoft Surface is a 30-inch tabletop multi-touch display that uses a camera-based vision system to interact with objects placed on its screen and lets users grab and move digital content with simple hand gestures and touches. The Surface developer kit includes the Microsoft Surface SDK SP1, Windows Vista Business (SP1), and all other software required to develop and test Microsoft Surface applications. Windows Marketplace for Mobile helps developers transform their ideas into profitable new business opportunities. Using familiar skills and comprehensive support resources, you can create unique mobile applications, easily follow them through the certification process, and sell them to millions of consumers all over the world. Whether you’re a seasoned mobile developer or relatively new to mobility, Windows Marketplace for Mobile is the mobile application store built with your needs in mind. It’s time to become a mobile developer. If you’re a mobile developer don’t miss this chance to win!

Twitter Tips, Tricks, and Tweets

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I must admit that I was a late adopter of Twitter and now I find myself hooked and find a great number of everyday uses. If you have not purchased Twitter Tips, Tricks, and Tweets then you really should consider making this purchase in order to get much more use out of Twitter. Twitter is a very simple but very powerful means of communication. A couple of immediate things that you should do to brand your Twitter profile is to establish a picture and theme. To set up you picture perform the following: Sign in to your Twitter account. Click Settings. The Settings page appears. Click the Picture tab. Click Browse. A file selection dialog box appears. Choose the file you want to use, and then click Open. You can use either a JPEG or a PNG file, and the maximum size is 700KB. Click Save. Twitter updates your profile with the new image. To set up a theme perform the following: Sign in to your Twitter account. Click Settings. The Settings page appears. Click the Design tab. In the Select a theme area, click a theme that looks promising. Twitter applies the theme temporarily. Repeat step 4 until you find …

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