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Hailstorm dead?

2002-04-11 15:31:04+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

Markoff, in the New York Times, claims Hailstorm is dead. Meanwhile, Microsoft is claiming it needs input on the direction of web services while pleading for charity from independent developers: "We bet the company on .Net, but we can't do it alone. We need your support". Dave Winer is claiming a post-mortem on hailstorm. Remembering the lessons from Men Against Fire[Wiki], getting projectiles down-range keeps the heads of the enemy down and lets you move, and is the simplest fastest way to increase combat effectiveness. Fire and move. Anyone who thinks Microsoft has forgotten this isn't paying attention.

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