“Some new tech products just naturally generate excitement among the masses. For others, the excitement needs to be manufactured,” John Murrell reports for Good Morning Silicon Valley.
“And right now, Microsoft is cranking up the fertilizer factory in an effort to grow some grass-roots buzz around the launch of Windows 7 on Oct. 22,” Murrell reports.
Murrell reports, “The Redmond behemoth is trying to encourage thousands of employees, partners and Windows-loving techies to hold launch parties in their homes or public venues, offering hosts a free copy of Windows 7 Ultimate and ‘a good chance of winning a PC worth $750!’ as incentive.”
Full article, “How fun — we’ll all do the Monkey Boy dance, then head out back for the Vista bonfire,” here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Vishnu” for the heads up.]