No geek is without his (or her) opinions, but I've always maintained a high level of transparency with my perspectives. Moreover, I've been editing a Windows-related channel continuously since 1996 (at Lockergnome.com). You may not agree with everything
I believe (or say, or do) - but if I didn't believe that Microsoft was on the right path in trying to assist people with their problems in this endeavor, I wouldn't have accepted this opportunity to help.
Or, to put it another way: you know I'll answer the impending "Help Desk" questions with honesty.
You know, NOT every Microsoft employee loved Bob (or community member, for that matter)... but did their feelings towards one product make them any less of a person who could help people with other Microsoft products (or those in their ecosystem)? Food for
Don't have more than one person in the room at once again. I have no idea what the quiet guy in the corner (with the sunglasses hanging off his collar) was doing there - other than throwing the conversation off track. Just when we were gonna look at more
of WHAT CHANGED IN WINDOWS MAIL, someone interrupted the process.
And just tell me that you're gonna keep Media Player 6.4 (or at least give us a LESS BLOATED alternative to the Windows Media Player). Keep in mind that I'm writing this as a Microsoft Windows Digital Media MVP.