Here’s a question for Robert Scoble, let’s see if he’s able to pick it up: I have Microsoft Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player installed. I also run Microsoft Office. Sadly, that doesn’t seem to suffice to be able to watch the presentations from the .NET architecture overview series. How do you expect to evangelize people using other platforms when they can’t view content - even if they’re on a supported platform? The same goes for things like this:
To view the demo only as a standalone .wmv file, choose the file 20040408VisualCKGDemo.exe
Why hide a
wmv inside an executable? What’s wrong with plain old
Zip file format?