Microsoft's Live Gadget Gallery Added Non-Microsoft Gadgets

Microsoft's Live Gadget Gallery Beta opened their "featured gadgets" section to third party gadgets. Up to now, this space had been populated by Microsoft authored gadgets. Bruce Kasrel, Senior Product Manager at Microsoft said "We are really energized  by contributions from the community and wanted to feature a few popular, interesting, and unusual 3rd party Web and Windows […]

Microsoft's Live Gadget Gallery Beta opened their "featured gadgets" section to third party gadgets. Up to now, this space had been populated by Microsoft authored gadgets.

Bruce Kasrel, Senior Product Manager at Microsoft said "We are really energized  by contributions from the community and wanted to feature a few popular, interesting, and unusual 3rd party Web and Windows Sidebar Gadgets."

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