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March 09, 2008



I really couldn't watch it - Ballmer is just daunting and coarse.


I agree, it's probably the most entertaining talk by a MS rep ever. I'm even starting to appreciate Ballmer.. in a way.

Luis Fernando

I enjoyed the interview very much, although it gets a little too "funny" at some points. Seems that Guy was trying too hard to make to point that they were (still are?) enemies.

I especially disliked the "did u not hire me because u're racist?" Not called for.


if there's anyone more arrogant than balmer, it's guy. god is he an annoying person.

Joshua Prowse

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Niko Neugebauer

Ballmer just got a couple of points in my opinion. Guy was as allways fantastic, but Steve really managed to stay on top, which i thought he was almost uncapable of.

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