Robert McLaws: Windows Edition

Blogging about Windows since before Vista became a bad word

Windows Live in the Washington Post

You know, it's really sad when a newspaper does a better job marketing Microsoft than Microsoft does. This article from the Washington Post does a better job articulating the Windows Live strategy than Microsoft ever has. Did you know executives from Yahoo, E-Trade, and are now on the Windows Live management team? Maybe I've been in a cave for too long, but I sure didn't know that. Where can I go on the web to read about these people? Why is it that Microsoft put all the Live bloggers in one place so that they can articulate their vision? The marketing team is doing a horrible job getting the message straight... why not let the people involved do it themselves? Isn't that what Live was supposed to be about in the first place?