Secondly, I got a mac and I love it...so far. No microsoft applications there.
With that said, I got an invite to attend the Microsoft Vista sneak/peak, blogger/techie meetup through my boss (check out his swanky new blog BTW) - he was the original invitee, I was the referral. The PR agent gladly accepted me. :)
I decided to go because I wanted to see what Vista was all about. I have been reading some posts about it and though hey, is there something I am missing out on? What could be so new here, that is not anywhere else...or that I don't already have.
The other reason - it was at Kultura - yum, one of my fav new joints in town.
Within a semi-packed room of some of Toronto's elite techie community - Sr. Product Manager and Security Microsoft guys take us through some of the migration, integration and security stuff...assuming that was the stuff we wanted to know...hm...moving on...
Yes, hm. I knew what they were saying to me, I understood...but did I care? I still don't know. Wish I knew a little more before going to the thing, to be honest.
Leaving to go to another meeting - I grabbed the RC1 copy and thought I would play with it over the weekend - will load it onto Mark's computer (not a Mac user) heehee.
But then I read this. Just as the post states:
"Don't forget, folks: at Global Nerdy, we ruin perfectly good computers so you don't have to!"