Saturday, March 08, 2008

Computerworld > Intergen launches new software in Las Vegas

Another interesting Silverlight example -- via Oliver Bell 

Kiwi software developer Intergen is launching software it claims is a world first at the MIX08 conference in Las Vegas this week.

The company's TextGlow product allows users to view Word documents created in Microsoft's controversial Office Open XML format without having to download them and without having Microsoft Office or Word installed on their computers.

BTW TextGlow -- and most other sites I've visited today, and Windows Live Writer -- works fine in IE8 beta 1

Computerworld > Intergen launches new software in Las Vegas

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