In terms of raw square footage, the Microsoft booth was perhaps only
rivaled by Intel, which just happened to be across the way in the
Central Hall. Nah, the Microsoft booth was definitely bigger and that's
because each segment of their business got about the same amount of
space as some smaller vendors might have for their entire lineup. Was
this Bill's idea of a digital decade? Perhaps. And the Redmond,
Washington-based company had a lot to show off, even if it wasn't all
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