As good as any summary.




  1. Grandpa says:

    WoW. That was underwhelming.

  2. mentor972 says:

    I couldn’t even watch more than 20 seconds of that dribble.

  3. msbpodcast says:

    In #1, Grandpa said: WoW. That was underwhelming.

    Yeah, but how many songs are written about anything ever put out by Microsoft or any of its clients like Dell, HP, Acer, Joe Schmoe Computing etcetera?

    As on now (June 7, 2011,) Apple has:
    • 12%+ of the PC market,
    • 70%+ of the MP3 player market,
    • 25%+ of the smart-phone market and
    • 95%+ of the tablet market while retaining
    • 100% of the attention of the computer makers any of which would offer to slice off their genitalia and to sell their first born female children into slavery to get in on Apple’s action.

    The songs sung around the boardrooms of the wanna-bes are dirges.

  4. msbpodcast says:

    P.S. Don’t look for OS X Lion or iOS to get licensed soon.

    Its the OS Apple uses to develop and maintain its products.

    Its a hermetically sealed competitive advantage.

  5. Alex says:

    I thought it was pretty good for being thrown together. It’s a song about a news event, whaddya expect? One of the guys wrote the “famous” iPhone antennagate song as well (the one Steve Jobs played at the antennagate press conference).

  6. mentor972 says:

    msbpodcast.. I totally agree, however just because you CAN doesn’t mean you SHOULD, lol.

  7. msbpodcast says:

    in #6 mentor972 said: however just because you CAN doesn’t mean you SHOULD

    FWIW (for what its worth,) I totally agree.

    That was as talentless a rendition as I’ve never heard.

  8. Mark III says:

    The poster would say:

    …..brother……

    And for anyone has never seen a fan-boi before, now they have seen more than enough to last a lifetime.

    By the way, didn’t anyone notice how, unfortunately, close to death’s door Steve appears to be?

    All the iPads in the world won’t change that.

  9. Likes2LOL says:

    It must hurt to be a Microsoft engineer having your June 1st preview of what Windows 8 will look like stepped on by announcements of new Mac OS and iCloud features at the Apple WWDC shindig:
    http://microsoft.com/presspass/features/2011/jun11/06-01corporatenews.aspx

    The WWDC meeting certainly has a lot more class than that timeless video of a sweat-drenched Steve Balmer screaming, “Developers, developers, developers, developers.”
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=8To-6VIJZRE

  10. foobar says:

    Likes2LOL, that Windows 8 preview was cringe worthy.

  11. jobs says:

    I thought Windows 8 looked very promising. It was good to see Microsoft trying to think different.

    Right now Apple has the lead when it comes to changing how the future of tech looks and works. And others just seem to follow. I hope the direction Microsoft is going with 8 will work it’s way into whatever comes next.

  12. One more thing says:

    I liked it but hardware is more sexy


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