start offering software that tracks marijuana sales, breaking a corporate taboo on pot.Perhaps you, dear reader, are puzzled by recent developments in Redmond. Here are the top four reasons Microsoft is getting deep into the weed
1) $26.2 billion? LinkedIn "connections." 'Nuff said.
2) Cements Microsoft's dominance in vaporware.
3) Out: blue screen of death. In: blue cloud of doob.
4) If you want more Clippy's, we're gonna need a little extra help.
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