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This is from the new Microsoft Mac team blog …..

September 9, 2006

Friday Links, on Saturday!It’s been quite a week for us at MacBU, especially for such a short one. There’s a lot of buzz about the blogs here at work and I think the engineers are really feeling the energy that comes from talking directly to users of the products that we build. Macworld is months away and we’re already planning for that. And there was a Microsoft marketing symposium this week that I found really interesting. I figured I wouldn’t know too many people there as I came over to product managment from a program managment role, but I must have seen 10 people there (that I knew from DevDiv/MSDN) who have also moved into marketing roles.For links this week, I’ve just put together some posts I found through Technorati. I made some pretty interesting discoveries; some useful and some funny, but all of them worth a look. Mac Office on 10.4 – font corruption issue I found that using the free Linotype FontExplorer X to clear the system and application font caches (both options under the Tools menu) fixed the problem. Mac Office IMHO …instead of revising the Mac version of Microsoft Office, why can’t Microsoft take the Windows version and translate it to run on an Intel Mac. Mac Mojo the MacBU Blog Gosh that brings back memories of all those questions I would always be peppered with at MacWorld. Mac Office blog Hopefully this blog will reassure that the future of Office on the Mac is bright. Well, well well Look who has jumped on the corporate Blog-wagon!

Mac Mojo

I just checked the links on the WordPress admin page and everything came clear ….. See the commentary above…. Basically the MacMojo team searched Technorati for any Blogs about them, and my post came up! 🙂 🙂 Marvellous! For anyone arriving from MacMojo, HELLO! Also, many thanks to MacMojo for quoting me!

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