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Perpetually Connecting = PC = latest US Bill Gates and Seinfeld Windows (Vista, Live, Mobile) Adverts
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I see the latest Windows advert is up on http://www.microsoft.com/windows/.  These are the US adverts and the UK adverts are coming so I’m told.  It is nice Microsoft beginning to emphasize the value of it’s products … I just wish I could see the how the whole series will play out. The latest tag line is Perpetually Connecting which becomes PC.

Talking about videos, the same site now has a stack of videos at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/possibilities/products/default.aspx.  Go have a look, you might just surprise yourself!!

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David


Posted Fri, Sep 12 2008 8:13 AM by David Overton

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KianHin wrote re: Perpetually Connecting = PC = latest US Bill Gates and Seinfeld Windows (Vista, Live, Mobile) Adverts
on Sat, Oct 24 2009 5:00 AM

I like some of your posting here...help me to know about Windows products in general...

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