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When you reach a problem that you cannot fix no matter how much time or money you spend on it - the solution is simple: Go back to basics

Over the last week I have been on a whirlwind trip around Europe - roughly seven countries in seven days. There has been a lack of updates lately as a result.

So the big news, at least according to some, is that Michael Dell took the helm again at Dell. This certainly didn't come as a surprise to me, as I'm sure many others expected it. Though Dell himself stated Kevin Rollins was doing a great job, I think the article I wrote here has an interesting perspective. It seems to me that this announcement was a reactionary announcement rather than a proactive move, which could have happened much sooner. Either way I wish him well in his "new" job, better late than never I suppose.

That leads me to the next story which I wrote for CPU Magazine. It’s about Microsoft – a company that I love and appreciate.

Love them or hate them, almost everyone uses them. I believe when a company gets too large they tend to forget what got them there in the first place.  I think Microsoft would benefit immensely if they took the time to stop and go back to their core DNA - what made them successful to begin with.  This is the article:
Over the last few years, gamers have been waiting patiently for Microsoft to launch Windows Vista. Like many of you I have tested various versions along the way, each time reinstalling Windows XP shortly after for one reason or another.

Delay after delay, I had always come to the defense of Microsoft when people challenged the future of Vista because I believed that it would be the ultimate entertainment...
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RE: Constructive Criticism
By rrsurfer1 on 2/2/2007 9:59:51 PM , Rating: 2
I wholeheartedly agree. I think you have a lot of good things to say, but linking to your other blog is not an effective way of expressing an idea.

I know you want to generate traffic to your personal blog but this is the wrong way to do it. And personally I don't think DailyTech should allow this practice at all.


RE: Constructive Criticism
By rahulsood on 2/3/2007 5:24:41 AM , Rating: 2
Hi guys, Dailytech doesn't own the content - if they did then I wouldn't do this.

Sorry - but if you want to read it, you can click, if you don't - you don't need to click.



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