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As I mentioned in the comments of yesterday's post, Tim nailed it - and actually went well beyond with the WebBrowserForm form element pulled from the perweb50.ntf template, modified accordingly to utilize the now infamous Sesame Street Demo. Must be something they're putting in the water at Lotus 911!

I've modified my ViewLinks pseudo-Dashboard example to include a custom WebBrowserForm and I'm not only looking at some in-document web surfing, but the ability to include anything from Flash charts to anything that I can grab from my OS - my middleware - to which I'll elaborate on later...

Feeling sick as a dog all day today, so I'm not too sure what I'll get done tomorrow if I don't feel any better (read: padding my self-imposed deliverable, but with good reason). I still want to make this look and feel more like a Dashboard than a Content Reader if that makes any sense - so if I'm not layed-up in bed tomorrow I'll try to get some time in on the demo and see just how far we can take it!

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