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  1. in my opinion I say 80% of your posts are useless to me, the same stuff over and over and not real opinion or thought..I like how you only mentioned the Xbox and not the PS3 or Nintendo..

  2. in my opinion I say 80% of your posts are useless to me, the same stuff over and over and not real opinion or thought..I like how you only mentioned the Xbox and not the PS3 or Nintendo..

  3. Don’t let the haters get ya down man. :)

    I find your stuff useful and interesting, and exactly what I expect you to be blogging about. Thanks for that.

  4. Don’t let the haters get ya down man. :)

    I find your stuff useful and interesting, and exactly what I expect you to be blogging about. Thanks for that.

  5. Thanks — I was easily able to reconfirm why I use Google. On my sample of 10 queries (5 common, 5 obscure), MSN was still lame in 8 of 10, and in the neighborhood for 2.

  6. Thanks — I was easily able to reconfirm why I use Google. On my sample of 10 queries (5 common, 5 obscure), MSN was still lame in 8 of 10, and in the neighborhood for 2.

  7. not really, I hope blogging goes away because its a bit boring and just basically is a overrated journal. the blogs like Sun’s CEO don’t let you to comment because of sheer fear. you don’t get unique conversations with the important people just the same PR rhetoric. I see you don’t have a business perspective. I wish ABC or NBC would say “don’t like our shows? don’t watch”. yeahh real smart.

  8. not really, I hope blogging goes away because its a bit boring and just basically is a overrated journal. the blogs like Sun’s CEO don’t let you to comment because of sheer fear. you don’t get unique conversations with the important people just the same PR rhetoric. I see you don’t have a business perspective. I wish ABC or NBC would say “don’t like our shows? don’t watch”. yeahh real smart.

  9. Orbit: you assume I’m being paid for this. It’s Saturday. It’s my blog. Now, if you wanna talk about Channel 9, then I’ll be more like ABC or NBC.

  10. I switched from Google Desktop to MSN Search Desktop recently only because MSN would index my OneNote files, which is critical for me. But I don’t think MSN does as good of a job with everything as it seemed that Google does. But then I realized that on my desktop, neither can work like they do on the web, because there are no links, no way to do Page Rank. So I don’t understand what’s inside the black box here. I also realize that being a desktop, this is only tangentially related to the web search comparison…but that’s the burr under my saddle.

  11. I switched from Google Desktop to MSN Search Desktop recently only because MSN would index my OneNote files, which is critical for me. But I don’t think MSN does as good of a job with everything as it seemed that Google does. But then I realized that on my desktop, neither can work like they do on the web, because there are no links, no way to do Page Rank. So I don’t understand what’s inside the black box here. I also realize that being a desktop, this is only tangentially related to the web search comparison…but that’s the burr under my saddle.

  12. yes it’s your blog just like msn.com is on MS servers but without viewers your blog will be a waste of space..I don’t know where you are getting at.

  13. yes it’s your blog just like msn.com is on MS servers but without viewers your blog will be a waste of space..I don’t know where you are getting at.

  14. I don’t know where you think it’s YOUR BLOG. your material comes from you working at Microsoft and having the inside scoop and well MS thinks of you as a PR person. It might be your blog but I bet MS has restrictions on what you can post and can’t…. same way you couldn’t post about Vista unless they said.

  15. I don’t know where you think it’s YOUR BLOG. your material comes from you working at Microsoft and having the inside scoop and well MS thinks of you as a PR person. It might be your blog but I bet MS has restrictions on what you can post and can’t…. same way you couldn’t post about Vista unless they said.

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  17. Runtime error for me

    Runtime Error
    Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed remotely (for security reasons). It could, however, be viewed by browsers running on the local server machine.