This came out on October 23rd, but I missed it. A blogger who worked at the MSCopy print shop (on Microsoft campus)
eclecticism: snapped this photograph showing a delivery of Apple G5 computers to “deep in the bowels of Redmond.”
According to the blogger, he was fired on October 27th for taking the photo.
“Microsoft has the right to decide that because of what you said, you’re no longer welcome on the Microsoft campus,” the blogger’s boss told him.
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If they ever hit our roads for real, other drivers need to know exactly what they are.
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