In an effort to make creating casual games easier while expanding its installed base of Silverlight browser add-on users, Microsoft today announced Popfly Game Creator.
Last year Microsoft launced Popfly to help make creating widgets and mashups simple using Silverlight and now, using Popfly Game Creator, you can make games just as easily.
Popfly Game Creator is completely browser-based and was built with non-programmers in mind, so don’t worry about not knowing a computer programming language–looks like you won’t need it.
Microsoft has been running a beta of its new Office Live Workspace service and has decided to open it up for anyone who would like to try it out.
Office Live Workspace is a hosted version of their Sharepoint product to let users share and sync office documents. You can do basic word processing too, but you’re better off using the word processor on your computer.
For more info or to test it out yourself check out the product page here.