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"Kitchen Client" Version of Windows

Mary Jo Foley reports at ZDNet that Microsoft is starting work on the Kitchen Client version of windows

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A quick thought for a Friday afternoon. Mary Jo Foley reports at ZDNet that Microsoft is starting work on the “Kitchen Client” version of windows. “Among the features Microsoft is planning to make part of its forthcoming kitchen computing environment are a family calendar, recipe center, entertainment features and a shared bulletin board,” she says.

Is that burning toast I smell?

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Nigel Cheshire is CEO of Enerjy Software, a division of Teamstudio Inc. He oversees product strategy and has been driving the company's growth since he founded it in 1996. Prior to founding Teamstudio, Inc., Nigel was co-founder and principal of Ives & Company, a CRM solutions consultancy. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from the University of Teesside, England.

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.NET News 06/08/07 06:41:30 PM EDT

A quick thought for a Friday afternoon. Mary Jo Foley reports at ZDNet that Microsoft is starting work on the Kitchen Client version of windows. Among the features Microsoft is planning to make part of its forthcoming kitchen computing environment are a family calendar, recipe center, entertainment features and a shared bulletin board, she says. Is that burning toast I smell?