Found Clay Shirky’s article on Hailstorm again. Six weeks later, it’s still a good article on the technology and the issues from a non-Microsoft developer’s perspective. I’d challenge his last section on page 3. Maybe they aren’t tying Hailstorm to the client as deeply as they have in the past. But what about the server?
Change in format today: I’m going to start to post big long articles like last Thursday’s piece on Apple in a separate place. Cleaner and easier for the short attention span crowd. In return, I’ll update the home page more frequently and post small tidbits during the day. It’s more true to the blog style, but it’s also the only way I can keep the site current. Five minute updates are a little bit easier to do than one hour essays.
Have you seen “Where do you want to go today?” recently? Seems to have disappeared from Microsoft’s ads and online presence.