A picture paints a thousand words: Some ‘wow’ for Microsoft’s Windows Vista

The New York Times is running a photo taken by Ramin Talaie of Bloomberg News. The photo shows Kevin B. Rollins of Dell, Sean Maloney of Intel, Steve Ballmer of Microsoft, Hisatsugu Nonaka of Toshiba, Hector Ruiz of Advanced Micro Devices and Todd Bradley of Hewlett-Packard at the big kick-off for Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system on Monday in New York:

A picture paints a thousand words:

Larger image via The New York Times here.

MacDailyNews Take: Wow. Enthusiasm is contagious – and so is the lack of it.

See also: No huge crowds for midnight Vista launch – BusinessWeek, January 30, 2007

Related articles:
Microsoft’s Windows Vista: Five years for a chrome-plated turd – January 30, 2007
What’s the difference between Mac OS X and Vista? Microsoft employees are excited about Mac OS X – March 22, 2006


  1. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”blank stare” style=”border:0;” /> They all look half a sleep. It looks like some of them don’t even really want to be there. Wow is more like Oh… is that all. BORING! Zzzzzzzz……

  2. “Two of them look like they’re asleep.”
    The rest of them have been to enough windows-events to sleep with their eyes open ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”smile” style=”border:0;” />

  3. But seriously, I really want to know, are there any features in Vista that we don’t already have in OSX, I mean they can’t have had absolutly NO innovation over the past what? 5 years? I am just curious.

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