Vista Ships And Bill Gates Was Not Funny On The Daily Show

Posted: Jan 30 2007, 2:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:52am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
Vista Ships and Bill Gates was not Funny on The Daily Show
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I just watched The Daily Show that had Bill Gates as guest. Mr. Gates must have been already exhausted from the Windows Vista launch celebrations at Time Square as his answers mostly where shallow and not interesting. He could have done better. At least he could have answered more technical. He seemed to try to keep it simple and mainstream. I think the Daily Show audience is more knowledgeable and he could have been more specific and technical. Maybe Ballmer would have been a better choice with a higher entertainment factor.

The only funny thing was that Mr. Gates left too early at the end of the interview. Hey, is he not watching the show? Also The Daily Show did not bring out John Hodgman (PC guy in the Apple ads) but displayed a big Microsoft Vista logo the whole time during the interview. At least Jon Stewart did get a free copy of Vista Ultimate and he can call Bill Gates when he has questions on how to use it.

Amazon.com already shipped out Windows Vista. Ours is on the way for a certain exciting purpose.
The rest of this Daily Show episode was extremely funny as always. The presidential race is just an endless resource for serious news reporting.
See also The Daily Show site.

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