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My colleague Rodney Buike (IT Pro Advisor) just posted some interesting stats for our 2007 Launch Tour including:21 Events68 Partners250 Demos136 BoothsOn top of that, we've had over 12229 attendees come out to our events. Thanks to everyone who was able to participate! If you want to read more stats, check out Rodney's post here:http://blogs.technet.com/canitpro/archive/2006/12/18/launch-tour-stats.aspx
Want to see photos of the event? Barnaby Jeans and I have posted some "photo goodness" online. Here are the links:
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I realize this was a free event and we really have no right to complain, but after having been to some similar Microsoft events I was a little disappointed with this one. The presentations seemed to be lacking in both content and polish (lack of technical detail, a few too many demos not working, etc). And I must say, I’m as little slighted that attendees in the US were given free copy of Office 2007. Was that just a timing issue, or was it an intentional decision to limit the number of giveaways?