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    jeffsand

    People often ask about Microsoft's internal email culture and how decisions get made. 

    Recently we had a great discussion as a team and asked ourselves the following questions:

    1. How many videos should we post each day?

    2. Should we broaden our scope of content?

    3. How can we give more visibility to our team to the publishing process?

    The end result was:
    1.  We're increasing the number of videos we post each day
    2.  We're raising the quality bar of what we post
    3.  Our entire team is going to now give feedback on what videos go live


    Did we make the right decision? 

    You’ll notice many more videos online today than usual.  Our entire team helped select them from our inventory.  We still need to figure out a better way to organize them and would love to have your feedback on that.

    Here’s the complete thread…



    From: Lenn Pryor
    Sent: Tuesday, May  18, 2004 11:03 AM
    To: Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: Channel 9

    So more and more requests from teams are coming in asking to be a part of Channel 9 or to see if they can build off of our base and ship their own site.  

    We need to discuss how we want to  handle these situations and be consistent on our response.  

    I am not sure what to do here.  What are your thoughts?


    From: Jeff Sandquist
    Sent: Tuesday,  May 18, 2004 11:06 AM
    To: Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 - Core  Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

    I think it all comes down to “What is our mission for Channel 9?”  We’re about communication / evangelism.   If we can tie it back into our mission (which needs further clarification) we should work with them.
     
    Bryn had a great idea of having the concept of a “Series” on Channel 9.  Each product could be a series and it would help give people a better view into the site.  I think with  some careful thought it could help with requests from other groups.  This could also help us scale too.
     
    Anyone else have thoughts?


    From: Charles Torre
    Sent: Tuesday,  May 18, 2004 11:08 AM
    To: Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 - Core  Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9


    Why not create specific forums for these teams to monitor? Not sure why a specific product group would need to have a full C9 implementation of their own. We give them a forum and it can grow from their (meaning Wikis can emerge that target their technologies from conversation that happen in their specific forums).
    The question, of course, is how much can our infrastructure handle? Anyway, just quick thoughts…
     
    C


    From: Jeff Sandquist
    Sent: Tuesday,  May 18, 2004 11:13 AM
    To: Jeff Sandquist; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 -  Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

    I am not a big fan of creating a bunch of new forums on our site that are product focused.   Instead I prefer broader themes like Coffehouse, TechOff and our upcoming Citizen Engineers forum.   
     
    Bryn and I had a hallway conversation yesterday about how it is very cool that our Videos are an anchor point and not the random forums.  It is very powerful when the  conversation is around the context of a video.  It gets the product group involved and its less random and not duplicative of other community sites.
     
    I think Bryn’s series idea will help make our site easier to navigate for people looking for videos across specific products and technologies.
     
    Bryn can you expand on your anchor point comments yesterday?  They really resonated with me.


    From: Bryn Waibel
    Sent: Tuesday,  May 18, 2004 11:30 AM
    To: Jeff Sandquist; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 -  Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9


    It was just an observation that I really think that the video’s on channel 9 are an effective way for our customers to have a personal relationship with  Microsoft. It’s incredible to watch a video post go up and some comments come  in, then the interviewee talking directly with the customers about the topic.  I think customers will really appreciate this and it will be really effective.  I think we need to get way better at this, focus on it.
     
    The second point was that I think we are a really horrible place for technical support type questions. I think that if we move in this direction, trying to  be the end all be all place for Microsoft technical content, for conversation,  and for support, then we’re going to get nailed from both sides and twice on  Sunday. There are many ways out there for customers to get their technical content. Many ways for them to get there support issues resolved. Many ways for them to collaborate on their problems. I think that just about all of them are, while extremely deficient, much better at the task than we are. If we try to tackle this problem, I can only see us fragmenting the space more and getting our asses handed to us by the people who own the space.
     
    The series idea is quite simple. I think we should allow groups in Microsoft to assign two or three or five people to own their own  video production and put it up on the site. It would be really cool if they could create their own identity, maybe have their own forum (maybe not), their own branding/skin, and their own crew. We could possibly provide them with rental equipment to get started, I don’t know. It’s not fully hashed, the general theme is that we should get better at introducing customers to MS and NOT let customers expect to find answers to their product and technical questions here. We’re a great place for discussion, let’s keep it that way.
     
    -Bryn



    From: Robert Scoble
    Sent: Tuesday,  May 18, 2004 11:38 AM
    To: Jeff Sandquist; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 -  Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9


    Exactly.

    And an argument for posting more videos. More chances to start  conversations.

    Robert

    From: Lenn Pryor
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 11:47 AM
    To: Robert Scoble; Bryn Waibel; Jeff Sandquist; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: Re: channel 9

    I agree with Scoble here.  I think our number 1 metric over time will be how effective we are at starting conversations between us and our customers.  Bryn is right, they ARE the right anchor for the site and not the coffeehouse O randomness.

    This is not a ratings game so we don’t need to worry unless we start posting crap.  Some will be more popular than others as has already proven true in the past.  What matters to me is the gestalt of the bigger picture.  The more conversations that bring us together, the more value the site has to all of us.  My only concern is the volume of our back log padding so that we don’t get screwed when studios is backed up or there is an event or vacation where filming slows down.  Scoble claims a 5 week backlog at 4 a day.

    I am more in favor of more conversations than less.  If you think the quality of our videos is not perfect, neither is the quality of every blog post you read, but in the end the gestalt of the blog is what keeps em coming back.  


    From: Robert Scoble
    Sent: Tuesday,  May 18, 2004 11:48 AM
    To: Jeff Sandquist; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 -  Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

    The question, then, is should we put only the best one or two videos on the home page, and put the rest just in the video area?

    We can link in the others too, from a single post on the home page (like, after all the Tablet PC videos are up, we could put up a post linking in all the Tablet PC interviews).

    In fact, I was gonna do that on my own blog. Not a single SQL Server blog, for instance, has linked to any of Euan Garden's interview. That'll change soon. Smiley

    Robert


    From: Lenn Pryor
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 11:55 AM
    To: Robert Scoble; Bryn Waibel; Jeff Sandquist; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: Re: channel 9


    My vote is put em all on the homepage.  There is no reason for them not to hit the homepage RSS feed.  I suspect that 40-50% of our readers view them because of the RSS feed notifying them.  The joy of RSS is you can quickly decide what you want to watch and what you want to skip.  

    From: Jeff Sandquist
    Sent: Tuesday,  May 18, 2004 11:57 AM
    To: Jeff Sandquist; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 -  Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

    Ok.  Let’s just make sure we have good quality stuff up there, rather than a jump a dump of everything we have.  
     
    Scoble show me the plan for today, tomorrow and following through the rest of the week.   
     
    Monday
    Video 1 – link
    Video 2 – link
    Video 3 – link
    Video 4 – link
    Video 5 – link
     
    Tuesday
    .. etc..
     
    I still disagree with this, but will give up the fight.   Just show me you have five amazing videos for each day and you’ll win the argument
    J


    From: Lenn Pryor
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:05 PM
    To: Jeff Sandquist; Robert Scoble; Bryn Waibel; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: Re: channel 9

    I actually think you and I are on the same page and don’t realize it yet Jeff ... If it is not good stuff then don’t post it.  If we have a ton of good stuff then no reason to not post more really.

    Some will be hit or miss.

    So let’s talk about the bar for the descriptor of “good” vs. “excellent” vs. “crap”


    From: Charles Torre
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:25 PM
    To: Robert Scoble; Lenn Pryor; Jeff Sandquist; Bryn Waibel; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

     

    Clearly, basing what we show on what one person thinks is worthy of posting is just wrong. It’s easy to sit back, let one person do all of the video content stuff, then * about how we don’t like what he’s come up with. This is not fair to Robert.

     

    We need to be much more of a team when it comes to this stuff. We need to all provide feedback to Robert regarding specific clips then have consensus for what’s good and what sucks before clips are posted.

     

    Capice?

     

    Carmine

     


    From: Jeff Sandquist
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:28 PM
    To: Charles Torre; Robert Scoble; Lenn Pryor; Bryn Waibel; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

     

    I am *not* bitching about Robert’s work.  I am providing feedback, we all submit video ideas to be filmed.   What I am asking for is (and have asked for it in the past) is a simple email that shows what’s going live on Mon/Tue/Wed so we can work through it, provide feedback and juggle the videos around.

     

    Robert, please don’t think I am bitching about what you do.   I am just trying to get the right content up on the site.

     


    From: Charles Torre
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:31 PM
    To: Jeff Sandquist; Robert Scoble; Lenn Pryor; Bryn Waibel; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

     

    I said “We”. Not “You”. There’s a big difference. I * about it. I’ve heard all of us at one point or another complain. I’m just trying to be constructive, like you are. And I am assuming part of the responsibility of why we sometimes ship out shitty content.

     

    Sorry if you thought I was pointing the finger at you. I was pointing 5 fingers, not one.

     

    Charles

     


    From: Bryn Waibel
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:35 PM
    To: Jeff Sandquist; Charles Torre; Robert Scoble; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

     

    I certainly don’t see it as bitching, but I also think Charles’ point is valid on an even broader scale. I think it’s difficult for any of us to point out the “bad” before we post it. It may be true that some of our content just sucks, but I’d expect that to be true from a technical standpoint rather than a topical one (i.e. we just didn’t get the right answer, the message isn’t clear) in this way, I think that when we send out the content for review, we have gotten surprisingly effective feedback. On the other hand, it’s not so hard to pick out the “great” stuff. Anyway, all I’m saying is that I think pretty much everything that hasn’t been trash canned by the PR/Marketing/Product people has been good, and that this is a better indication of good vs. bad than any of us can come up with.

     

    I sort of like the idea of not posting everything up to the homepage when posted, but it’s definitely arguable. In other words, I think it would be good to post maybe, just great and better than average to the homepage, and post everything approved to the video forum. Maybe we should take a poll.

     

    -Bryn

     


    From: Jeff Sandquist
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:36 PM
    To: Bryn Waibel; Charles Torre; Robert Scoble; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

     

    Why not just take this whole thread and make it public on Channel 9 :->

     


    From: Bryn Waibel
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:37 PM
    To: Bryn Waibel; Jeff Sandquist; Charles Torre; Robert Scoble; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

    Also, instead of a dead content number per day, I’d prefer if we did something more mathematical, goal being to keep a 4 week buffer rather than a certain number of posts per day.

     

    -Bryn

     


    From: Robert Scoble
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:44 PM
    To: Bryn Waibel; Jeff Sandquist; Charles Torre; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

     

    I like flexibility too.

     

    Yesterday Jeff told me "don't post anything else" because we were seeing huge response on the first video we posted.

     

    I like not having rules. It keeps everyone on their toes and keeps expectations from being built up.

     

    Robert

     


    From: Jeff Sandquist
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:48 PM
    To: Robert Scoble; Bryn Waibel; Charles Torre; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

     

    >I like flexibility too.

     

    Me three J  I believe in guiding principles and breaking the rules as necessary.   Why did the Tablet PC video get so much buzz?   I suspect it did because you did an awesome job of it by evangelizing it through your weblog (building hype) and using your community contacts.   This is another recent aha for me, we need to engage more with the influentials again.

     


    From: Robert Scoble
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:55 PM
    To: Jeff Sandquist; Bryn Waibel; Charles Torre; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

     

    It's not on my blog.

     

    It's all about invisible influencers.

     

    I IM'd Christopher Coulter and Creamhackered over at Neowin. Christopher emailed 400 press and analyst types. Within 50 seconds it was up on the home page of whatisnew.com; tabletquestions.com; tabletpcbuzz.com.

     

    By this morning it was up on all Tablet sites, and activewin.com and neowin.net.

     

    Plus Lora Heiny posted it in the newsgroups and I sent it to the Tablet PC alias internally.

     

    All kicked off by two IM's. Smiley

     

    Robert

     


    From: Jeff Sandquist
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:56 PM
    To: Robert Scoble; Bryn Waibel; Charles Torre; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

     

    Its not on your blog but you did pre-hype it on your blog J

     


    From: Charles Torre
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:52 PM
    To: Jeff Sandquist; Robert Scoble; Bryn Waibel; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

     

    I want to get more involved with tracking down developers to talk to. Starting today I am going to aggressively get some interviews set up with devs that nobody knows about and who are also able to speak well. I do not want to leave the content conceptualizations up to one person anymore.

     


    From: Jeff Sandquist
    Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 12:58 PM
    To: Charles Torre; Robert Scoble; Bryn Waibel; Lenn Pryor; Channel 9 - Core Team
    Subject: RE: channel 9

     

    Glad to have you want to get more involved, these are going to be great videos.   I want to correct the myth that one person is conceptualizing the videos.  Many of us seed Robert with video ideas and also redirect email inquiries from Microsoftees looking to get on Channel 9.   You do, I do, Lenn does and so does Bryn.  

     

    Robert is the person who has the most open time and bandwidth to execute on the videos.  This is why I have high expectations about regular email notifications from him showing what’s on deck for videos and I know that he’ll put a great straw man schedule for us to give feedback on as a team.

     

    Your video idea with Anders was great and I really look forward to the videos below.

     

    -Jeff

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    ralph.poole

    I think that the scope of this site is well defined and you should stick to communication and evangelism.  There are other sites and blogs where people can communicate about specific products or other Microsoft related topics. For example, I loved Chris Pratley's discussion of OneNote and Word.  It provided him with a perfect forum to engage interested people.  Maybe you could point your readers to other cool discussions on the web but don't try to be everything to everbody. I think you are doing a good job engaging the development community.

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    Sampy

    The only difference between this and some of the email threads I've been on is:
     
    * No 2 week gap in the middle and the "What ever happened to this?" message.

    * No meeting in the middle that spawns another thread arguing about what happened in the meeting

    * One continuous thread that doesn't fork into 4 or 5 strands that reference each other endlessly.

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    Jeremy W

    These kinds of things make me wish Lenn used IM again (he's somehow dropped off in the last few weeks).

    To be honest, from the outside in: until recently the videos were not any kind of anchor point for the site. They were what drew a hell of a lot of people here initially, but by and large the feedback from them has been far lower than many of the forum topics.

    Somehow, recently (it'd be nice it wasn't asked for, but totally cool if it was) interviewees have started interacting.

    THAT is where you get conversations. People being interviewed isn't a conversation. A few people posting 5-6 times after a video comes out isn't even a real conversation.

    But you get the interviewee and other product team members in there? You probably have one of the best communication mechanisms Microsoft has ever seen.

    That's why I could easily see product groups thinking about doing their own thing, or wanting their own forums.

    The Series idea does a few great things:

    1. Allow product groups to easily reference a slew of ideas
    2. Allow users to easily reference a slew of ideas
    3. Allow 'conversations' to be linked to (via blogs, obviously, but also other sources)

    The problem now is that there isn't a flow to the conversations. They are very, very disjointed. It's better than what anyone had 2 months ago, but it's still very disjointed.

    The Series idea will partially solve this. What solves it even more? Multi-part Series'. Film a Series. Put it up. Watch the conversations between users and users, users and C9, users and interviewee, etc.

    Then, put up another Series which succintly captures the essence of the conversation and then extends it (I refused to say 'embrace and extend' Wink).

    I honestly believe that creating real Conversations should be the core goal of C9, but at the same time it's the hardest thing to create. A thousand bloggers have tried to figure out how to do it on blogs and there hasn't been a single cohesive solution, and you guys are trying to do it with video blogs.

    Good luck to you, but I also know that, by and large, it'll require several revs to get right.

    Jeremy "Wishing he got CC'd on these emails" Wright Wink

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    lenn

    Hey Jeremy: Thanks for the post, it is great feedback and we are taking it all in. As far as my IM absence, it was motivated by two things: 1.) I am getting so much feedback over IM from people that it doesn't get documented for others to see and add to. Frankly I am overwhelmed with messages everytime I log on and it has gotten impossible to work on my day job. 2.) I cut my hand severly while cooking last week and ended up with stitches and typing with one hand. The less typing the better. I don't want to shut out all of my friends on IM so I am thinking of posting hours when I will be online daily so I can concentrate on talking to customers and partners and not try to juggle work. I feel so ... ugghh ... strange even suggesting it, but I don't know how else to manage it.

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    Jeremy W

    Don't worry mate, it wasn't meant as a shot. I was actually going to start emailing you, as you can then respond as you're able.

    IM's a blessing and a curse. Good luck Mr. Insight Wink

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    Charles

    ralph.poole wrote:

    I think that the scope of this site is well defined and you should stick to communication and evangelism.  There are other sites and blogs where people can communicate about specific products or other Microsoft related topics. For example, I loved Chris Pratley's discussion of OneNote and Word.  It provided him with a perfect forum to engage interested people.  Maybe you could point your readers to other cool discussions on the web but don't try to be everything to everbody. I think you are doing a good job engaging the development community.



    I agree with you that we should not try to be everything to everyone. At this point it is still relatively undefined since what we become here on Channel 9 is largely up to what you want this place to be and your influence will go well beyond pushing Channel 9's evolution...


    Keep on posting,

    Charles

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    dikatlon

    "It was just an observation that I really think that the video’s on channel 9 are an effective way for our customers to have a personal relationship with  Microsoft. It’s incredible to watch a video post go up and some comments come  in, then the interviewee talking directly with the customers about the topic.  I think customers will really appreciate this and it will be really effective.  I think we need to get way better at this, focus on it."

    I agree with that, I liked those videos. For example that video about WinFS.
    It's really cool!

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    clint_hill

    To the point: You're right on target with the scope of the content.

    I think there can be an overwhelming sense to improve from yesterdays work when a project takes off like this one has. I know I get the same way, I don't like the code I wrote yesterday and want to scrap it and start over and make it entirely different.

    This is great, and keeps progress alive. However, keep chuggin with what you have. Let is simmer a little bit longer. The interviews are getting better (vid quality and content). Certainly you guys need your internal processes, but what I see I like.

    For Lenn not being on IM. I wouldn't know how you do it. I have very few "friends" and even fewer contacts and still I get at least 10 IM's by 9:30am. Keep it up brother.

    So all that to say this: I would love to see "a day in the life". Follow a developer for a day. Not an 8 hour documentary, but a 20 minute with cutaways to different times of the day.

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    Jaz

    Lenn,  push the MSN Team to change, the MSN community has been cryiong out for these changes but MS seems to refuse to budge, we're on 6.2 and MSN hasn't got the functionality of ICQ yet.  But i digress, sorry.

    Anyhow.  I would like to say that i believe that all videos should be posted to the frontpage.  There is no need for them not to be.  The quality of videos are superb, sure there are a few i haven't watched, some of the SQL ones, and the CLR's, thats because at this point in time, i have no real intrest in them.  However I do watch the majority of them as i enjoy them immensly.

    The series idea is good, catergorization needs implementing now, where we can see all the WinFS videos in one space, all the SQL videos, all the XML videos, you get the idea, so theyre all seperated into their own spaces.  but still have them all together higeldy pigeldy on the front page.

    The reason the tablet PC's got a huge buzz is more likely because it's something we'll see in a month rather than 2 years or one that is mainly aimed at enterprise rather than your 11 year old kid (e.g. SQL, sorry i'm picking on you SQL).  So tablets excite the world,  WinFS is extremely exciting, i can't wait, but it has the chance to change within the next 2 years whereas tablet 2005 is pretty much here in the guise of SP2.

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    creamhacker​ed

    Interesting set of emails but I think you're pretty much bang on when it comes to content. I love the videos and I haven't missed one yet. I'd love to see an interview with the MCE guys (they have some interesting stuff coming out this year and next) and also an interview with MSN. MSN are really shying away from the public now, with the release of MSN 9.1 to beta testers in only a couple of weeks now and the rumours about a new search engine with MSN Explorer and new communications client (all pre-longhorn) I think it's about time to settle some of these claims and see what they're really up to....

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    BinaryBoy

    I'd lean toward posting more videos.  It's easy to skip the ones that aren't relevant.

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    bachel

    I just wished you'd wiki the transcripts of the videos, as a starting place for further discussions, and gives the interviewee a place to elaborate further on comments he said in passing while the cameras where rolling.

    He could then tell us further what he meant when he said "x".

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    jeffsand

    bachel wrote:
    I just wished you'd wiki the transcripts of the videos, as a starting place for further discussions, and gives the interviewee a place to elaborate further on comments he said in passing while the cameras where rolling.


    We're going back and getting transcripts for all of our videos completed.   Having them up in a Wiki format is a really neat idea.

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    jeffsand

    creamhackered wrote:
    I'd love to see an interview with the MCE guys (they have some interesting stuff coming out this year and next)


    We plan to do this soon.  Bryn and I on the Channel 9 team are eHome Junkies.  Personally, I've got a Media Center TV, a beta version of the Extender Devices and multiple Tivos at home.  

    The new eHome stuff rocks.

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    kclemson

    My two cents on the videos:

    * I only watch about 20% of them, so the more the merrier so I can pick the ones I'm interested in
    * If you do post multiple at a time, make them a variety... rather than 5 interviews with the same person, post 1 interview from 5 people. And not just 5 different people on the same team, but 5 completely different topics.

    And did you manually copy and paste each part of that thread to put it in the reverse order?? Smiley

    - KC

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    androidi

    Bryn Waibel wrote:

    it’s not so hard to pick out the “great” stuff. Anyway, all I’m saying is that I think pretty much everything that hasn’t been trash canned by the PR/Marketing/Product people has been good, and that this is a better indication



    I had understood that ch9 is more from "devs to devs" instead of "from devs through PR-filter to (everyone)devs". Forgetting this, here's my feedback regarding the videos.

    Whether there's need for some categorizing or keywording for the videos, I'm not sure of the pros/cons of such, should there be more videos it could be something to consider. Stuff like "Eric Gunnerson - How do you design new features for C#" could be categorized into tech/dev section of videos. 

    What I'd most like is the option of viewing a whole interview nothing cutted but still segmented during the playback with interactive links, but I do understand that such would pose multiple problems in terms of cost/distribution/editing/etc.



    The 1-2 minute videos feel bit on the short side and tend to lack background info, 10 minutes is more appropriate per topic. With good speakers they could be longer and more in-depth like the one Chris praises here:
    http://www.sellsbrothers.com/news/showTopic.aspx?ixTopic=1168

    That was one excellent interview btw!

    In the future you could also have few more "tours of MS" and if you get an inside tip that
    http://blogs.msdn.com/larryosterman/archive/2004/05/17/133682.aspx
    kind of thing is going to happen, it could be fun to see. 

    On an appweek if there is something cool created for testing the LH technologies, that might be interesting to see. During an event like TechFest, a tour of some of the stuff with a few interviews along the way could be cool?

    On an unrelated note, is there possibility for sorting the videos/threads on the date of thread creation optionally to the date of last post?

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