Sorry I haven't been around for a while. I have been tied up by a number of issues which could be loosely described as being associated with my research. The slow roll-out starts again from this post. Which is....
It's strange, but I can't help thinking that in someway or another the launch of windows vista might not mark the begining of the end for Microsoft. These delays are getting to be interesting:
The message from Microsoft this week is "we're on target to ship Windows Vista on schedule, but the schedule may change." The mixed message come as Microsoft takes the wraps off of second-stage beta releases for both Windows Vista and Office 2007.
Of course, now it all depends on Google.(Incidentally, the quality migrate out of hotmail and into gmail is now definitely gaining momentum. And I doubt those who are now leaving will ever be migrating back).
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