Quietly, Microsoft managed to kick off a new site, a blog by the forever ‘storyteller’ (Yes, that’s the official title too!) – Steve Clayton, who moved to Redmond from UK earlier this year.
The aim of this site is to be a place to tell stories across the Microsoft world about people, places, and products as well as tech trends such as NUI and social computing. The site is focused on technology enthusiasts and they’re partnering closely with folks like Channel 9 for a rich mix of content.
“An offer to come to Redmond and be a storyteller for the company was hard to turn down so I took the decision to move my life and my family 4799 miles. Now I’m here, exploring and unearthing stories.
My aim is to give you a “director’s cut” of Microsoft – showing you who we are, what we do and how we work. I’m keen to show you products and features that I think you’ll enjoy, cool downloads you may have missed, research ideas we’re working on and places that even Microsofties don’t know exist.”
The site would highlight the impact Microsoft has on people’s lives and the ability to help change the world with products and features, cool downloads you may have missed, research ideas, et al.
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