I just finished reading Mary Jo Foley's new (unauthorized) book, Microsoft 2.0: How Microsoft Plans to Stay Relevant in the Post Gates-Era.
Amusing Part #1 came for me when I read the forward which was written by Mini-Microsoft, in Mary Jo's words, Microsoft's most (in)famous internal blogger.
It's an entertaining read for me personally for a couple of reasons, like the fact that friends, colleagues, and other cool projects at Microsoft are mentioned (including me which was a complete surprise), and because Mary Jo has a much broader view of all of Microsoft than so many of us have and it's fascinating to hear Mary Jo's balanced views on what she thinks is in store for the future of Microsoft.
I'll post a more detailed review some time later, but as other folks might find this interesting, here's the list of current and former 'softies mentioned in the book in alphabetical order by first name:
Biggest shocks that weren't named in the book in some capacity
* Updated 5/6 to add Adam Barr who's blog was listed in the appendix on Mary Jo's short list