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What exactly is Neowin now?

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Oh boy, open up Neowin. They have outdone themselves at whoring out. Sure it was always MS focused, but now it's just like an official press relations site at Microsoft.com

Current headlines:

"Microsoft updates financial app"
"Microsoft adds spelling improvements to Bing search"
"Colorful Microsoft infographic shows company's divisions":

"A new infographic published by Microsoft shows the extent of the company's various divisions and how they all link with each other as a way to illustrate the various careers at Microsoft."


Why isn't that site part of the Microsoft subdomain system already? neowin.microsoft.com sounds actually quite nice.

Edited by Formfiller, 05 January 2013 - 03:08 PM.

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It is the fanboy central. The users are all fanboys who like all nonsense MSFT produces.
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No offense, but why does it matter? Besides, it keeps us relevant as a viable alternative for discussion and help ;).
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I've seen many good "net communities" go that way
best cure is to avoid them when such thing happen
and find alternative :)
If you want true Windows user experience
try Longhorn builds: 3718, 4029, 4066

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