Microsoft Really Sucks at Describing What Their Software Does
I was just browsing through my MSDN library, and came across several pieces of software that I have never used before. However, even after reading the descriptions of the products, I still have no idea what they do. It is sad when a marketing team can’t even explain what their own product does. Here is an example.
Live Communications Server 2005 provides a standards-based platform, allowing developers the ability to presence-enable existing applications and create next-generation solutions with real-time capabilities.
Oh good. It was horrible how I couldn’t build next-generation solutions before; thanks for allowing it now! And I love getting capabilities in real-time! Saves me the trouble of having to download them.