When a political campaign makes a change in staff late in the campaign, that’s usually a sign of trouble. The locus of the trouble could be in several places, but it usually is somewhere in the area. And it doesn’t bode well.
Rightly or wrongly, that’s what popped into mind at sight of the Seattle Times headline, “Microsoft makes changes to Windows group.” Only a few months ahead of the originally planned relerase of the new version of Windows, Vista, the corporate has held off on delivery of the consumer version (nothing terribly shocking in a delay) and, soon after, announced reorganization of the relevant sectors of the corporation.
Smells like trouble. In some way or another.Share on Facebook