Besides, we want to buy Microsoft's office platform for the established user base for business automation and data service.
Jump on out there early to announce an alpha in the works-
Thanks you two-timing skank kisser. Emily can find her way home from there, no doubt.
I hope I get a center seat.
(note: If you look at the website it looks like this was written in 2006 but check out the date in the URL. How funny. Odd behaviour, isn't it within Microsoft? You know what else is odd behaviour? The fact this article sounds like it could have been written in 2006 AND the conincidental naming of Aquantive's ad center [Emily is able to produce langauge frameworks for specific verticals and disciplines]. Ads seems to be the forefront of the dynamic language business plans so far driving "innovation" but when you think about it, advertising is one of the services Business really could benefit from in the Web 2.0 era. So it does fit as "preplanning. I just think the term Atlas lets a whiff of mens rea float over the festive scene.)
Not everyone gets a charge out of the same things, and the best entrepreneurs know this. That must be why my Inbox is filled with all manner of spam, from one note with the subject "Mike Tyson wears Rolex You should TO!" to another that blares "Freddy Kruger wears Rolex." You really need to know your audience, not just generate random pitches.