Ideas, TL;DR

TL;DR – How Microsoft can score a win by creating a WART

Because long articles are daunting people tend to TL;DR them and I need to acknowledge that. The point of this blog is not to get people to read long complex articles it’s to get ideas out there, conversations started and spreading the news. So if the articles are too long I’ll need to create shorter versions, obviously I’d prefer you read the longer article but I’m going to try to create a TL;DR for every article larger than approximately four-hundred words. I’m just going to make you wait a few days because I figure if you are going to read the full article you’ll do it within the first few days, after that I’ll capitulate to the rest of you and create a short bulleted TL;DR version but you’ll lose most of if not all the links to the sources, and no commenting on the TL;DR.. just FYI.

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How Microsoft can score a win by creating a WART


Recently Mary Joe Foley and Paul Thurrott have been hearing about the possibility that Microsoft is considering adopting and/or enabling android apps to run within the windows ecosystem. They talk about how the Nokia X line could play into this plan and other logical realities if Microsoft were follow this path. Continue reading