This item showed up in email today:
A OneNote Haiku. This was written on our whiteboard by our coffee machines, and long time readers may know I've mentioned this before in an attempt at getting some testing completed. For what it’s worth, I echo this sentiment and humbly suggest a change to make the first line read “My lovely OneNote.”
This week the topic on the board was simply "Office Haiku." I guess this one stood out to OneNote for two reasons. First and obviously, this mentions OneNote. In some ways, we are still the "new kid on the block," so any time we get mentioned creates a sense of pride.
The second reason this stood out (to me at least) was the last line - "Do not let me down." That's key for us and helps temper that feeling of pride mentioning OneNote brings. We don't want to lose your data, corrupt it, munge it, move it, lose it, prevent you from finding it, slow you down when trying to enter it and so on. No application ever wants to have this behavior, but when you are the "new kid on the block," it is twice as important to build that trust.
The lesson here is obvious - keep the trust intact.
Let me know if we don't.
Questions, comments, concerns and criticisms always welcome,