Posts Tagged: marketing

See Windows Vista

I just stumbled across the SeeWindowsVista site via Scoble. It’s basically a marketing site that gives you some interesting information on what Windows Vista can do for you (when it finally launches). Apparently the site got 39,000 unique visits in the first 24 hours of being live, which is pretty good. My only complaint with… Reads more »

Windows Live .NET

Pretty meaningless title don’t you think? You may remember that when .NET was launched, Microsoft started attaching the .NET moniker to all of it’s product names. After a while, no one knew what the heck .NET was (fortunately today it only refers to the programming environment). I agree with Microsoft Watch’s Mary Jo Folely, they’re… Reads more »

Purple Cow

One of the items we got in our Gnomedex goodie-bags was a book! Yes, a real book. I thought it was a pretty cool idea for swag, to give away books. Anyway, the book was Seth Godin’s “Purple Cow”: Cows, after you’ve seen one, or two, or ten, are boring. A Purple Cow, though…now that… Reads more »