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Windows Live Newsletter – February 2007

Turns out my wife is subscribed to some sort of Windows Live newsletter. I like the voting on Soapbox videos, so I figured I’d reproduce it here. Wait a minute, why the hell is MSN Soapbox being promoted in a Windows Live newsletter? Could it be…

 Windows Live Newsletter -February, 2007
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Explore friends old and new

Now you can easily share your stories and stay connected by
publishing your Windows Liveâ„¢. Spaces blog entries right from
Windows Live Mail. Get started by going to Options from your space, and
selecting e-mail publishing. Enter up to three e-mail addresses and
either save entries in draft form or publish immediately. Then create a
new e-mail with the name of the blog entry in the subject field and the
content in the message area. Send the e-mail, and you’re good to



free for all
The new crossword

Flexicon. Play for freeTake a quick break from all the hustle and bustle to play
the next-generation crossword puzzle–Flexicon! It’s a unique word
game that plays much faster than a standard crossword, and it has
several twists that make for great game play. Get hints through Live
Search if you’re stuck on a word and keep coming back for all the
different puzzles!


you decide

The votes are in

Which is your favorite MSN Soapbox beta video? Here’s what
you said last month:

 votes are in

This month's poll

Check out the new movie trailers below and tell us which trilogy you
like best. Stay tuned for the results next month!

Spiderman 3
Spiderman 3
Shrek the Third
Shrek the Third
Oceans 13
Oceans 13
vote vote vote


show your mood
New Windows Live Messenger alien emoticons

Get to know a whole array of aliens and express how you
feel with something more than a smiley.



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and funds for refugee youth with just a click! Every time you search
from the below link, Microsoft will make a donation to, a UN agency-led campaign providing
education programs for the nine million refugee children around the




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and information vital to the beta program. Our policy is to send e-mail

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