I mentioned to some of you that the names of the Expression tools have changed since the CTP of WPF/E came out last week. So here is what has changed. First, Expression Web has now been released. This means they want money for it now ($269). From what I have played with on Expression Web so far is that it is a half decent Web Designer with great CSS support. I don't think any of these tools are going to be covered by MSDN either. Next, Expression Interactive Designer (Sparkle I believe it used to be called) is now Expression Blend. It's now in Beta 1. Expression Graphic Designer got shorted to simply Expression Design. Lastly a new product showed up out of nowhere and has been released called Expression Media. Looks to be a tool to manage digital media assets.

If you are interested in learning more about the Expression products, check out the link below.

Microsoft Expression

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