If you’re interested in Silverlight do checkout the I’M A PC campaign and select "See who’s a PC". Then pan/tilt around and click on the panoramic-style "videowall". Checkout the keywords menu at the bottom of the "videowall" too. You can toggle keywords on and off to highlight (enlarge thumbnail a bit) videos that are filtered by the currently selected keyword set. Very cool.
"The new Deep Zoom technology in Silverlight allows users to see images on the Web like they never have before. The smooth in-place zooming and panning that Deep Zoom allows is a true advancement and raises the bar on what image viewing should be. High resolution images need to be prepared for use with Deep Zoom and this tool allows the user to create Deep Zoom composition files that control the zooming experience and then export all the necessary files for deployment with Silverlight 2."
Have you heard of Office Live? It’s currently in beta, but looks very cool (something like Windows Live SkyDrive integration with Microsoft Office). See more info on how to use it at Save Microsoft Office documents to Office Live Workspace.
Bit slow to load, but very cool to watch: http://producten.hema.nl/
Historia de un Letrero (The Story of the Sign): a short film you should see (by Alonso Alvarez Barreda – was the winner of the 2008 Cannes Short Film Online Competition)
Πίνακας ποινών ΚΟΚ (πρόστιμα και point system) – πολύ χρήσιμος πίνακας από "Γκλαβοπουλος Χ.Δ. & ΣΙΑ ΟΕ", εταιρεία πραγματογνωμόνων με έδρα στη Θεσσαλονίκη
Useful tools for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) of your website, helping you select keywords, publish sitemaps etc.:
Take a look at a website I’m building for a local Greek bookstore : Βιβλιοπωλείο "Γνώση" – Α.Ι. Μπουζάκη κ’ ΣΙΑ Ε.Ε. Note the use of Lytebox (see recent posting at this blog regarding it) to display the photos.