Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2008 09:16:33 -0500
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Subject: Re: Software and Olympics
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Ajay and his off-topic posts are becoming increasingly annoying to me.
Ajay if you want to contribute to SAS-L please do so with either.
1) Questions regarding SAS programming.
2) Answers to questions regarding SAS programming.
Anything else is out of place here.
Ajay, at one time you wanted to be spam police but now you have become
a spammer. Just stop it.
On 8/26/08, Ajay ohri <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> *Another Online Olympic Winner:
> Even if NBC didn't make more than a few dollars by putting the Olympics
> online, it still gets traffic bragging rights -- a whole lot of eyeballs
> looked at NBCOlympics.com in the last few weeks. And, as we've noted before,
> even more eyeballs went to Yahoo's Olympics site. But let's add yet another
> winner to the mix: Oft-maligned Microsoft, who used the games as a platform
> to launch its oft-maligned Silverlight video software. Microsoft built NBC's
> site (with an assist from WPP's Schematic, which built the actual video
> player), operated it, and footed the bill for bandwidth, hosting, Limelight
> CDN services, etc. And we have to conclude that Silverlight works pretty
> darn well. And that's exactly what Microsoft was hoping for.
> From Silicon Valley Insider