Windows Live Clubhouse: Microsoft looking for Windows Live Community memebers

The Clubhouse, Microsoft’s new Windows Live Community, is expanding and looking for new members. Who are Clubhouse members? People who get excited about discovering the cool stuff they can do with Windows Live and want to share their experiences with others. What do Clubhouse members do? Create content about their experiences on their Windows Live […]

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The Clubhouse, Microsoft’s new Windows Live Community, is expanding and looking for new members. Who are Clubhouse members? People who get excited about discovering the cool stuff they can do with Windows Live and want to share their experiences with others. What do Clubhouse members do? Create content about their experiences on their Windows Live Space, which is pulled from their sites and aggregated using RSS feeds; rank other members’ postings and help each other learn new stuff and useful tips.

“We uncovered some problems with the way club points are being allocated and are in the process of fixing that. In order to make the fix, we’ve also temporarily paused gathering clubhouse posts from your blogs and bringing them into the Clubhouse site for reviewing, rating, and eventually routing to WindowsLive,” revealed a Windows Live Community Manager. “We’re planning to restart everything later this week, most likely on Thursday or Friday. In the mean time, please continue to tag any posts you do, and they will come in automatically when we restart.”

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