Sometimes you find the interesting stuff not in the main article but in the comment section.

The second comment down in that article is from someone I know.  And quiet honestly there’s a part of me that has the same feeling.  One shouldn’t have to spend a truck load of money to get this information about what Microsoft is doing. 

I mean I get it that a lot of the value of a conference is the hallway talk.  I get it that you can’t capture that in a virtual venue, but I still think there’s got to be a better way to communicate to the SMB partner space without having someone trek across country and spend a lot of money. 

In the meantime if you are looking to investigate more about Microsoft’s cloud offerings…here’s the link:

All you have to do is click.

One Thought on “Sometimes the good stuff is in the comments

  1. Dean on July 17, 2010 at 1:43 am said:

    Let’s change the wording of his comment a little and see what we get.

    It’ll be a refreshing change when our government stops approaching things from it’s world view and try’s to understand what it’s like to be a middle class person. I hear a lot of hot air about how important the middle class is and how the middle class is the backbone of America but then see things that seem to cater to the interests of only the rich.

    But what do I know – I’m just an overworked middle class person trying to work in the midst of the worst recession in our lifetime.

    See the parallel ? Small businesses and the middle class both get screwed equally in this country. It’s only big money that matters.

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