Microsofts Live: Another .Net Disaster in the Making?
When Microsoft first coined ".Net," the term referred to something quite specific: the .Net Framework, a set of classes and libraries for building Windows applications.
But within a matter of months, Microsoft marketers began attaching the .Net moniker to all kinds of products, from Windows .Net Servers, to MapPoint.Net. ".Net" became a meaningless term that even Redmonds own couldnt explain concisely.
Now, history is threatening to repeat itself with Microsoft "Live."
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