Good tip from Headshift’s Lee Bryant on Twitter today regarding Microsoft’s Live Mesh:
So my post in May following launch. Quote below:
One example of such aggregation is Windows Live Mail, which Microsoft released last summer in beta form. The application can pull together all of a person’s various e-mail accounts, Hall said. It solves the problem of dealing with multiple accumulated e-mail accounts.
“Another way that Microsoft has been working to interconnect is with social networking partnerships. Hall said that Microsoft has established partnerships with “most of the leading social networks” to have address book synchronization and roaming. Users can provide their Windows Live or Hotmail credentials at those social networking sites, he said. It moves people closer to using ‘a single address book approach’.