Windows Live Spaces, now powered by Wordpress

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Rather than continuing to push its currently limited blogging platform, Spaces, Microsoft has partnered with Automattic to provide Wordpress.com blogs to all Live Spaces users. Craving expandability and better spam protection, the Live team chose Wordpress...

Windows Live Spaces Photo Contest

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Microsoft has started up a promotional contest for its Windows Live Spaces blogging service. The contest focuses on amateur photography: "Just post pix to your Windows Live™ Spaces, enter them in the contest, then get...

New Features Added to Windows Live Spaces

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Windows Live Spaces is now available in 51 countries in 25 languages. There have been 93 million spaces created since Spaces was released, and more than 111 million people a month use Spaces. More than...

Problems Plague Windows Live Spaces

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Microsoft's Aug. 1 launch of its Windows Live Spaces blogging/social-networking platform has not been a smooth one. Customers of Microsoft's successor to MSN Spaces are reporting a variety of performance, publishing, rendering and browser-compatibility issues...

Windows Live Spaces goes Live!

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On Monday Microsoft began rolling out Windows Live Spaces, the next generation of the world's most widely used blogging service, MSN Spaces. The new service includes social networking features designed to help users discover and...

Spaces vs. Spaces; Blog Name Games

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When Microsoft launched their free weblog service, MSN Spaces, many of you (this writer included) might have thought that you'd seen that name before in a similar context. You'd be right. Edict, a company based...

MSN Spaces Launched

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MSN Spaces, Microsoft's blogging service, has opened itself to the public for beta testing. The service, previously only available in Japanese, is now available in English. Like the recently launched search beta, it does appear...

NASA Spaces on Energy Solution

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Scientists are working on a way to have satellites beam down solar energy to the Earth. In 2001 the United States abandoned this program, but still several nations have continued to work on it....

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