Embed Video and Audio files in the SharePoint Environment from End User SharePoint by Ken Cronin
My challenge was simple. Create a simple to use, easy to administer, user friendly interface that will not prompt for authentication. Although posting to YouTube and using their embedded link is an option for some, business related materials must be kept “in House” so the sound and video files must be stored and run from SharePoint.
Using Information Cards when using Microsoft services from Dana Epp’s ramblings at the Sanctuary – Steve discusses a managed Information Card issued by Microsoft Live ID to provide single sign on to most of Microsoft’s ecosystem. He uses his all the time, giving me single sign-on to MSDN, TechNet, Live, Connect etc. I’m now using one on my home personal system.
Before I begin this post, let me just say, I’ve always been a huge huge fan of technology. I’ve got more insane tech than almost anyone I know (I know a HD Moore, though, so I don’t win that geek war, but I’m close). And I also like to think I’ve got a firm grasp of the web, but every once in a while something strikes me as just simply stunning. Go here, and watch it – I suggest making it full screen: the new GE smart grid website. Go visit it before you read the rest of this.
It is pretty cool stuff – visit ge.ecomagination.com