It’s no longer about technology. It’s not just about blogging. It’s about business: how to keep the once-nimble start-up innovating into its middle age.
Microsoft is past 30 and getting slower. This analysis in Technology Guardian (free registration required) points to the internal debates about the company’s direction:
The blogger who writes Mini-Microsoft used that title because he believes the company needs to shed staff from its 63,500 headcount. Microsoft’s challenge now is not to turn into the sort of slow, bureacratic company it tore apart – IBM.