Dylan talks about some of the things he discovered during his recent visit to Redmond. Among the things he found out were that none of his friends at Microsoft blogged, had heard of Scoble or used RSS aggregators. This doesn't surprise me. I talk to colleagues often about blogging and most aren't aware of it at all, let alone thought about the longer-term implications of it to customers. However, I've googled "Oracle blogs" and "IBM blogs" and "Webmethods blogs" and come up with very little as well. We may only have 300 bloggers, but I think we are still way ahead of the curve in terms of corporate blogging. Am I wrong on this?