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What's the Deal with Vista?

I can imagine Jerry Seinfeld doing a pretty good stand-up routine about Vista. What's the deal with Vista? Vista users don't care what runs on their computers -- they care what doesn't. And what's up with Bill Gates? This guy is so rich, he can afford a Vista machine that doesn't crash. It's called a MacBook.

But nooo. Instead of poking fun, old Jerr is getting $10 million to convince us all that Vista is cool as part of a $300 million advertising campaign.

How about spending this dough on some device driver development? And who's the ad whiz that came up with this idea anyway?

Posted by Doug Barney on 08/21/2008 at 1:15 PM


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