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Microsoft launches Channel 9

Apr 06, 20041 min
Data Center

Five guys at Microsoft have launched Channel 9, a new forum/community/Weblog that uses video to dig into the inner workings of the Redmond giant. It’s named after the channel used by United Airlines that lets passengers listen in on air traffic control. These guys hope their site does the same for developers: let them listen in on the thinking of Microsoft’s brightest minds. (If you want to know more, watch this clip.) The only negative I’ve found so far is the length of each video clip is not readily available. It’s a nice thing to know when you’re pressed for time.

[Via The Scobleizer Weblog whose author, Robert Scoble, is one of the five Channel 9 founders.]