Well I saw my first new Microsoft ad last night. It was confusing. Are they selling an operating system or shoes? It begins with walk that turns into the pedestrian Seinfeld fitting shoes to Bill Gates. I am not sure how they are going to use the last few seconds of the ad to sell Vista, or are they skipping over Vista and heading straight to windows 7? We will just have to keep watching.
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