LOL, like 500 names are going to make a difference! They need like 50,000 sigs!!
I totally would I'm not putting my address on the internet, I don't care how secure it would be, I'm not doing it.
The internet already knows your address.
It could be tacked on to all those petitions sent to MS telling them how FLIGHT should be a year or so ago before its release?
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Not even 50,000 names on a petition will do any good.
For an excellent view of what is going on at Microsoft, read "How Microsoft lost it's Mojo" in this month's Vanity Fair magazine.
At one time Microsoft was the richest company in the world and attracted the best minds in the world, kids who worked there and came up
with new ideas were millionaires within a year, most of the best minds in computers have left Microsoft either to start their own companies
or now work for someone else that values cutting edge ideas such as Apple.
Microsoft is now a Catch-up company that has missed the boat on so many inovations that people are looking for.
The rewards at Microsoft used to go those who came up with great ideas, they now go go those who can bring in the quickest short term
Right after posting this thread, I read that MS Flight is being shut down, all employes have been laid off, looks like the profits were not
pouring in as quickly as they were hoping for.
The Aces team was shown the door not because they didn't have great ideas and enjoyed their work, but because they were not working
on a product that was bringing in huge profits.
They appearently believe that the profits will come from MS Flight and not a new version of MS Flight Simulator.
If they thought they would sell 25 million copies of MS Flight Simulator Eleven at $ 75.00 a copy they might be interested, 50,000
names on a petition won't do it.
Last edited by rudyjo; 07-26-2012 at 06:21 AM.
Right after posting my previous thread, I read that MS Flight is being shut down, all 35 people working on it have been laid off.
Looks like the profits were not pouring in as quickly as they were hoping for.
"Love Makes The World Go Round" is a 1961 song from the musical Carnival! Greed is really what spins this sphere. Always was and always will be.