Maybe disclaimers aren't a good idea
…since if I hadn’t mentioned I’m a former Nokia employee, that last piece wouldn’t be suddenly running all over the Internet as if it was juicy inside gossip. I’m sure all these folks linking get that the post was basically supportive of Nokia’s Qt-based strategy, right? Right? Oh, Internets.
Nokia and Microsoft, not sitting in a tree
Update, Dec 30: Thanks to various outlets linking to this with “Nokia employee says WP7 rumor is loony!” I’d better reiterate that this is not an official Nokia blog, I am not a spokesman (I am not actually a Nokia employee after the most recent layoffs), and I’m somewhat chagrined about any impression otherwise. This is personal opinion, and based on publicly-available...
Posting will resume at a faster schedule for the new year. I’d like to say that this is because of a New Years’ resolution, but seriously, I don’t keep those either. But I have more free time on my hands now. (Let’s just say it’s been an eventful December.)
When I gradually switched over to getting my news on the web, it was like...– “I, Reader,” Alexander Chee (The Morning News)