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New “Windows Live” infrastructure mockup

November 3rd, 2005 by Zack Whittaker

If this makes any sense to you, this is a quick diagram I mocked up which should hopefully get you understanding how MSN has evolved into two seperate bits – MSN and Windows Live. Hope this helps a bit! If there’s something on the diagram you don’t quite understand, just leave a comment and I’ll try and explain it the best I can.

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Posted in Beta News, Windows Live | 4 Comments »

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4 Responses

  1. Patrick S Says:

    Nicke Mock up Zack.
    What did u use to create the diagram?

  2. Zack Whittaker Says:

    I used Visio 2003 for the servers from Microsoft, a lot of the other graphics were either made in Paint (that’s right, MSPaint!!:P) and the others were taken from and other various sources. However, all ended up going back into Paint again… absolutely love it! 😀

  3. Andre Nogueira Says:

    Nice diagram 🙂
    One question though… How do MSN and Windows Live integrate with eachother? MSN “unfolds” to MSN itself and Windows Live?…

  4. Zack Whittaker Says:

    Well, funnily enough, I don’t think they do to be honest. I think the only link I can honestly see, is the gleams appearing from an updated MSN Space in Windows Live Messenger.. that’s honestly all I can see!! 😛 Never mind eh!