The Incredibles.

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"Hey, no force fields!" # "You started it!"

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Ladies and Gentlemen. Please observe this:

http://www.msmobiles.com/news.php/3300.html

where you can find the photo review with high-resolution photos of the
latest
super-duper Microsoft powered cellphones - the incredibles! No, The
Incredibles.

Starring:

T-Mobile SDA Music - with additional buttons for music playback (see high
res photos of them) and Windows Media player 10 (screenshots of it the
review)

T-Mobile MDA Compact aka i-mate JAM or HTC Magician - observe screenshots
and photos of Wi-Fi working in this super-hero.

and last not least other super-hero characters like T-Mobile SDA classic and
HTC Typhoon - all with comparative family photos with other super-heroes and
with many screenshots.

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"You mean he got away?" # "Uh, yeah, skippy here made sure of that" #
"incredible..." # "You're not affiliated with me!"

"C'mon, ladies. Leave the saving the world to the men? I don't think so."

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I am not affiliated with Microsoft and I will not leave market success of
Microsoft powered cell phones to Microsoft employees alone, particularly
because in Windows Mobile division there was and still is big turnover
lately... to express it mildly. So if you can't help, just don't disturb.

That what we need is to make the leap of faith in Windows Mobile
unnecessary. They must become "must have" phones for end users. And I will
use all means, including Memetic Tricks (it may look like "tabloid-style
witchhunting" to you, but it's not), to achieve it.

Please visit http://www.msmobiles.com regularly for a lot of unique content
and "usual" content presented in full, with full story. You ain't seen (and
heard! Podcasting - d'oh!) anything yet...

The Incredibles have arrived. Nothing will be the same anymore but we must
be vigilant all the time, because situation "always manages to get back in
jeopardy again!". And remember: nobody cares how real/realistic this stuff
is objectively. How much real it is for end users (customer satisfaction!) -
that's what matters.


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"I've to warn you: it's a learning robot, every moment you spent fighting
it, increases its knowledge how to beat you"

"But things are different now and doubt is a luxury we can't afford anymore,
sweetie".
 

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"www.msmobiles.com" <nospam@msmobiles.com> wrote in message
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>
> I am not affiliated with Microsoft and I will not leave market success of
> Microsoft powered cell phones to Microsoft employees alone,

> That what we need is to make the leap of faith in Windows Mobile
> unnecessary. They must become "must have" phones for end users. And I will
> use all means, including Memetic Tricks (it may look like "tabloid-style
> witchhunting" to you, but it's not), to achieve it.

> And remember: nobody cares how real/realistic this stuff
> is objectively.

Looking at your quotes above, that would probably make many readers very
reluctant to read reviews from your site.

When a user wishes to read reviews, to help them decide on a product
purchase, they want to read objective reviews. That is quite different from
reading advertising, marketing that strives to push a particular product.

Although you are not a paid employee of Microsoft (I doubt they would hire a
nut like you), you obviously consider it your personal mission to "convince"
people to buy Microsoft phones, that you must create "market success", that
you will use "all means, including tricks" to convince people to buy those
phones, that "no one cares how real (what you write) is objectively", they
must become "must have" phones, etc.

With a self-professed zealous "mission" like that, how could anyone take
your reviews at all seriously?

You really seem to be into this for your own ego gratification and
attention-seeking for yourself, which you cloak in identifying yourself with
Microsoft, and seeing yourself as their "spokesman".

My suggestion---GET A LIFE!
 
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guess we know what movie he saw this weekend.

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"www.msmobiles.com" <nospam@msmobiles.com> wrote in message
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>
> I am not affiliated with Microsoft and I will not leave market success of
> Microsoft powered cell phones to Microsoft employees alone,

> That what we need is to make the leap of faith in Windows Mobile
> unnecessary. They must become "must have" phones for end users. And I will
> use all means, including Memetic Tricks (it may look like "tabloid-style
> witchhunting" to you, but it's not), to achieve it.

> And remember: nobody cares how real/realistic this stuff
> is objectively.

Looking at your quotes above, that would probably make many readers very
reluctant to read reviews from your site.

When a user wishes to read reviews, to help them decide on a product
purchase, they want to read objective reviews. That is quite different from
reading advertising, marketing that strives to push a particular product.

Although you are not a paid employee of Microsoft (I doubt they would hire a
nut like you), you obviously consider it your personal mission to "convince"
people to buy Microsoft phones, that you must create "market success", that
you will use "all means, including tricks" to convince people to buy those
phones, that "no one cares how real (what you write) is objectively", they
must become "must have" phones, etc.

With a self-professed zealous "mission" like that, how could anyone take
your reviews at all seriously?

You really seem to be into this for your own ego gratification and
attention-seeking for yourself, which you cloak in identifying yourself with
Microsoft, and seeing yourself as their "spokesman".

My suggestion---GET A LIFE!
 
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" MS" <ms@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> With a self-professed zealous "mission" like that, how could anyone take
> your reviews at all seriously?
>

well, i am not making reviews of SYMBIAN or palm smartphones/pda phones but
only windows mobile products, so among windows mobile i try to be very
objective and if there are problems I don't try to hide them.

> My suggestion---GET A LIFE!
>

msmobiles is just my hobby, i have a life, don't worry
 
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"KDE" <knott_me@NOSPAM.hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> guess we know what movie he saw this weekend.

it was 'alien versus predator' if you ask.
 

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"www.msmobiles.com" <nospam@msmobiles.com> wrote in message
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> well, i am not making reviews of SYMBIAN or palm smartphones/pda phones
but
> only windows mobile products, so among windows mobile i try to be very
> objective and if there are problems I don't try to hide them.

But you have written that you consider it to be your mission to "convince"
people to buy Microsoft smartphones instead of other brands. In the original
post to this thread you wrote: "I will not leave market success of Microsoft
powered cell phones to Microsoft employees alone", again sounding like you
consider yourself a "salesman" for that type of phone, which doesn't make
you an objective reviewer.
 
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"www.msmobiles.com" <nospam@msmobiles.com> wrote in
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> That what we need is to make the leap of faith in Windows Mobile
> unnecessary. They must become "must have" phones for end users. And I
> will use all means, including Memetic Tricks (it may look like
> "tabloid-style witchhunting" to you, but it's not), to achieve it.
>


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" MS" <ms@nospam.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> consider yourself a "salesman" for that type of phone, which doesn't make
> you an objective reviewer.

in reality everybody is partial and there is always subjectivity - and
usually it is hidden from the public why given person is partial on this or
this topic.

to use different platform (than windows mobile) requires getting used to new
GUI, new set of programs,etc, so it si convenient to stick to your platform
of choice but within this platform i am objective.
 

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"www.MSmobiles.com" <nospam@msmobiles.com> wrote in message
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> " MS" <ms@nospam.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> news:e8JEi2SzEHA.2200@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
> > consider yourself a "salesman" for that type of phone, which doesn't
make
> > you an objective reviewer.
>
> in reality everybody is partial and there is always subjectivity - and
> usually it is hidden from the public why given person is partial on this
or
> this topic.
>
> to use different platform (than windows mobile) requires getting used to
new
> GUI, new set of programs,etc, so it si convenient to stick to your
platform
> of choice but within this platform i am objective.

True, when one is used to one platform, getting used to another platform
might take a slight bit of time. (I doubt it would take a whole lot of time,
however, for a PPC user to get used to a Palm or Symbian, or vice versa.)

But in your case, you didn't just say that you were using WM devices because
that was the platform you were used to. (That would certainly be a
reasonable statement.) But you wrote, with what seems to be a crazy
messianic evangelical zeal, about how we must "increase market share of
Microsoft smartphones by any means necessary", etc., etc. That sounds
absolutely nuts, and will discourage people from reading your site.

What if you are not really the crazy person you sound like--but just write
as if you are, in order to attract attention, so that more people will look
at your website. Not a good tactic, IMO. It might cause people to take one
look there, out of curiosity. But that will not cause people to want to
return to your site, to read reviews written by a crazy nut, who thinks he
is Jesus, the savior placed on the earth by God in order to "save
Microsoft".

In another post you write that you read that most Microsoft employees would
not use a Microsoft smartphone, because they consider them to be junk. If
you believe that, why do you also write about how "we must do everything
necessary to increase Microsoft smartphone market share". Why should we do
that, especially since you write that the phones are "junk"? You really do
sound like a crazy person (perhaps you really are), who no one will take
seriously, which will not cause people to return to your site.
 

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