Former analyst Michael Gartenberg -- by all accounts a good and smart guy --
is now a
Redmond product evangelist (I've always been a bit offended by the evangelist
title, not for its religious connotations, but because it just seems so darn
As soon as the news broke, critics crawled out of the woodwork saying Gartenberg
was hired to dispense disinformation.
I say it's a free country and if a smart guy wants to get paid for explaining
Microsoft's virtues, then good for him. Tell me where I'm wrong at [email protected].
Posted by Doug Barney on February 26, 2007 at 11:52 AM
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