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If you are a developer or designer who is creating cutting edge user interface experiences using Microsoft Expression Blend you've just found a great resource!  The purpose of this site is to share our experience with this brand new product.  As with any new piece of software there is a ton to discover.  Bugs will be revealed and workarounds discovered, hopefully this can be a resource to share in the discovery process!

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Author: Sean Cullinan Created: 11/15/2007 5:23 PM
I am certain that as I move forward with my development using expression blend I will discover useful information and also need some help. The purpose of my blog is to catalog and share what I discover and also to learn from visitors as I hit any roadblocks.

Attacking Windows...Why are people so hypocritical?
By Sean Cullinan on 3/26/2011 3:07 PM
Bashing Windows is a pasttime of many on the internet. While Windows isn't perfect some of the bashing get's are some thoughts.
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Restoring a Windows 7 System Image after SP1
By Sean Cullinan on 3/17/2011 3:59 PM
I just learned the hard way that you cannot use your Windows 7 disc to do a restoration of a Windows 7 system Image after installing SP1.
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WPF Performance and Future
By Sean Cullinan on 2/24/2011 11:53 AM
Getting back to the roots of what blendblog is about...I wanted to share some links for those who are often as frustrated as I have been with the performance of WPF.
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Archos 101 Internet Tablet: My impressions after 1 week
By Sean Cullinan on 2/24/2011 11:53 AM
I got an Archos 101 Internet Tablet for Christmast, here our my impressions.
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Putting network connectivity in your entertainment center (GREAT FOR XBOX 360)
By Sean Cullinan on 2/24/2011 11:51 AM
I wanted to post the cheapest and easiest way to wire up your entertainment center in your living room with ethernet based internet for components that don't have wifi such as a blu-ray player, Satellite box or XBOX 360.
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Fixing my Sony HDR-CX100 Camcorder (also good for upgrading the internal memory)
By Sean Cullinan on 2/24/2011 11:49 AM
How to fix an "internal memory error" on a Sony HDR-CX100 (or similar) Camcorder with service manual.
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My First Silverlight Application and the Monty Hall Theory
By Sean Cullinan on 6/28/2010 12:02 PM
Proving the Monty Hall theory and the differences between Silverlight and WPF full.
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Visual Studio 2010 TFS WorkItemEventChanged Alerts and WCF with sample web project
By Sean Cullinan on 6/18/2010 3:26 PM
I experienced much pain in getting my Visual Studio 2010 TFS server to work correctly with my WCF service hosted in IIS. Finally I got it all working. Here is a sample/starter template project!
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Binding to the ObservableCollection Count property in code
By Sean Cullinan on 3/4/2010 12:34 PM
Quick example on how to bind to an ObservableCollection Count property in code.
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Bug in DataTemplateSelector makes it impossible to retrieve template of object in code.
By Sean Cullinan on 3/4/2010 12:18 PM
This bug cost us a few hours as we couldn't figure out where or how our template had gone. Hopefully this will save you the headache.
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