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Ozzie Talks Up Microsoft's Consumer Forays

Perhaps (although probably not) rattled by RCPU's indictment of Microsoft's coolness (or lack thereof), Ray Ozzie has been defending Redmond's forays into the consumer world. The three(!) guys who write this blog have a pretty good take on Ozzie's comments. We'd have written something similar here at RCPU already, but we have only one writer; we're simply outnumbered.

Posted by Lee Pender on 08/01/2007 at 1:21 PM


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