Posted on July 31, 2008 by CM'Blog
What do people think of Windows Vista when they don’t know it’s Windows Vista? Microsoft took it to the streets disguising Windows Vista as codename “Mojave,” the “next Microsoft OS,” so regular people who’ve never used Windows Vista could see what it can do–and decide for themselves.
WATCH THE MOJAVE EXPERIMENT>>
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Posted on June 27, 2008 by CM'Blog
As promised, here is footage of North Korea‘s nuclear reactor demolition followed by AP segments on Zimbabwe‘s sham presidential election, then Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama‘s first campaign event held in aptly named Unity, New Hampshire, with a final transition into Bill Gates‘ ending career moments at Microsoft.
It’s all in a days work.
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