Graffiti \Graf*fi"ti\, s.m.
desenhos ou palavras feitos
em locais públicos. 
Aqui eles têm a intenção de 
provocar papos sobre TI e afins.

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"One question might be, and I'll be as direct as I can be about this,
what is .Net? Unlike Windows, where you could say it's a product, it
sits in one place, it's got a nice little box. In some senses, it's a
very good question."
- Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, at a Microsoft .Net briefing day in

"We don't have the user-centricity. Until we understand context,
which is way beyond presence -- presence is the most trivial notion
of context."
- Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, on the same topic at the same

"Our biggest problem was policing the use of .Net. Things like .Net
Enterprise Servers. That's a great example of where the confusion
came from, because it looked like we were slapping .Net on a bunch of
random products."
- Charles Fitzgerald, general manager of Microsoft's platform
strategy group, in August on ZDNet News

"It's about connecting people to people, people to information,
businesses to businesses, businesses to information, and so on. That
is the benefit."
- Steve Ballmer, trying again, in an October interview with

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