I'm so tired of hearing that "microsoft bloggers talk about the future too much." There's a whole bunch of people blogging about current technologies right now - so let's stop disrespecting them by pretending that they are a meaningless minority, and instead figure out ways to promote them. Obviously that work is already in progress via the explosion in blog exposure on microsoft.com.
I agree 100%. No reason not to blog about future stuff. It's part of showing the excitement of what we are working on. Also, when the future becomes the now we'll have great collateral built up for future google.... um MSN searches.
In fact, Raymond Chen - <a target="_new" href="http://weblogs.asp.net/oldnewthing/">http://weblogs.asp.net/oldnewthing/</a> - blogs
about things that were "the future" 10 to 20 years ago.
I am another example of a "current Blogger." I think I have one post out of 50 that has any relation to something future.
I've always wondered about "What future Microsoft bloggers are talking about ?"
About 2 weeks ago - I finaly was able to find this link http://www.microsoft.com/future
And it will answer me:
"Best Bets for future
? Microsoft Innovation"
Yep ;-) I agree - best bet for a future is Microsoft innovations. I wanna see more of them implemented ;-)
as in "magnum" Today I finished my important-and-urgent list early, and moved right onto my important-but-not-urgent list. At the top of that is to watch some Channel9 videos already. It turned into a day of sleuthing, but never fear, my...
I guess it would be nice to read a blogg that wasnt just about individuals embellishing their supposed wit. One day we will all talk relevant sense:-)