SharePoint: How to display blog feed using XML Web Part? - Gunnar Peipman's ASP.NET blog

Posted: 10 Sep 2010 10:23 AM PDT

SharePoint: How to display blog feed using XML Web Part?

I wanted to show our company's blog feed on our intranet first page. There some empty space I wanted to fill somehow. I found a good solution, so there was no need for some third-party Web Parts. Also there was no need to write any additional code.

Here's my blog feed example as easy step-by-step guide.

Gerard Bottemanne (GBNED) » Het belang van XBRL

Posted: 10 Sep 2010 10:15 AM PDT

XBRL is een open op XML gebaseerde standaard voor het op uniforme wijze communiceren van bedrijfsgegevens. XBRL kunnen we dus zien als een 'barcode voor financials'. We labellen als het ware alle cijfertjes die gerapporteerd worden. Simpel nietwaar? Ik vraag me af waarom het dan al bijna tien jaar duurt om XBRL als 'open standaard' gemeengoed te laten zijn in Nederland?

Global COOLING for Dummies Pt. III

Posted: 10 Sep 2010 10:14 AM PDT

The MMCGW crowd has succeeded in convincing huge numbers of intelligent people that CO2 coming from their SUV's and Lifestyles must look a lot like the Pinatubo picture above with CO2 being the Grey Ash Plume and the pristine, natural, fruit of Mother Earth, Air,  being the scattered blue. The Proportion can actually be demonstrated using the same picture (above) and the words AlGore written across the sky by a fossil-fuel driven plane.

Customizing List Views with XSLT Transformations in SharePoint Designer 2007

Posted: 10 Sep 2010 10:11 AM PDT

Data stored in a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 list can be presented in more ways than a simple tabular layout. By using Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 and custom XSLT, you can present the same list data graphically—for example, as a bar graph.