Y'know, I don't generally consider myself a stupid hillbilly but I have to say that doing stuff in Atlas that's outside the scope of the documentation is pretty hard. My latest abandoned-for-now project is embedding extender controls from the Atlas Control Toolkit into Gadgets for use in live.com.
Unfortunately, it seems like there are issues with Atlas Gadgets themselves on live.com. I have been able to install a basic Atlas gadget that contains only the word, "moo". But I have yet to be able to successfully remove it from my live.com page. Whenever I try, I am redirected to my gadget's XML. Others are having different issues, so until those are resolved, I have enough problems to deal with just trying to get my project working on a basic functionality level, let alone as a Gadget.
This week's "oh yeah" moment for migrating from an old laptop to a new one: Indexing Service index for a document repository and the corresponding SQL Server linked server that lets me query the repository along with SQL metadata.
*UPDATE* Sweet Jayzus, I need to type these things up faster or install dasBlog 1.9.