Microsoft's marketing

Dylan Greene on Windows 2003 Server: "I'm sure there's a bunch of other features we could be taking advantage of, but as usual it seems that Microsoft's marketing department would rather keep them a secret."

Which reminds me of a comment a colleague of mind in Sydney made to me after a couple of tequilas a few years ago.

He said "Five years ago Microsoft had average products but great marketing. Today, we have great products but average marketing. The biggest problem is - people think it's still the other way around!"

I don't know if I agree, but I'm glad Dylan's keeping us on our toes.