Strictly speaking, he might not have been an executive, but Johnny Chung Lee, a researcher who helped develop the massively successful Kinect application, is headed for Google. How long can the Microsoft Execudus continue before Redmond is completely out of brain power? Why don't you tell us at [email protected]? Also, while we're writing about Johnny Chung Lee, let's enjoy some Johnny Lee. Of course, Buh-wheet would later make that song eternally his, but Johnny Lee sang it first.
Posted by Lee Pender on 01/20/2011 at 1:23 PM
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