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Michel Charlton's Authoritative Answers

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Voted to Affirm on Feb 1, 2011
“Steve Ballmer is a salesman at heart, not a
technologist. He has spent the last decade
squandering an unprecedented financial and
technological advantage by repeatedly trying to
sell his way out of technical problems. Meanwhile
his competitors (Apple, Google, Facebook, etc...)
have run away with the market by focusing on
technically excellent products that stand on their
own and sell themselves. If Microsoft wants to
turn it's fortunes around, they need a leader (and
management team) that is as obsessed with
technological quality as their competitors. Steve
Ballmer is not that man.”
“Steve Ballmer shouldn't be running Microsoft”
Explanation: “Steve Ballmer is a salesman at heart, not a technologist. He has spent the last decade squandering an unprecedented financial and technological advantage by repeatedly trying to sell his way out of technical problems. Meanwhile his competitors (Apple, Google, Facebook, etc...) have run away with the market by focusing on technically excellent products that stand on their own and sell themselves. If Microsoft wants to turn it's fortunes around, they need a leader (and management team) that is as obsessed with technological quality as their competitors. Steve Ballmer is not that man.”

80%
6 authority votes
Assertion made on Feb 1, 2011
By Michel Charlton
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Google 7  0    
Internet 3  0    
Microsoft 2  0    

Voted to Affirm on Feb 1, 2011

85%
21 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
No authority

Voted to Deny on Feb 2, 2011

45%
64 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
No authority

Voted to Affirm on Feb 1, 2011

94%
19 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
No authority

Voted to Deny on Feb 1, 2011
“Eric Schmitt was an excellent CEO. I have nothing
but respect for him. In time, Larry may become as
good a CEO as Eric, but it won't happen overnight.
Losing Eric is certainly a net loss.”
“Puting Larry Page in as CEO will be a net positive for Google.”
Explanation: “Eric Schmitt was an excellent CEO. I have nothing but respect for him. In time, Larry may become as good a CEO as Eric, but it won't happen overnight. Losing Eric is certainly a net loss.”

22%
18 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Google 7  0    

Voted to Affirm on Feb 1, 2011

56%
43 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 12, 2011
By davestone
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Internet 3  0    

Voted to Affirm on Feb 1, 2011
“"The blade itself incites to deeds of violence."-
Homer”
“Violent language in political speech has an actual impact on the behaviour and actions of people.”
Explanation: “"The blade itself incites to deeds of violence."- Homer”

100%
19 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
No authority

Voted to Deny on Feb 1, 2011

0%
10 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
No authority

Voted to Affirm on Feb 1, 2011

80%
10 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
No authority

Voted to Affirm on Feb 1, 2011

100%
6 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 26, 2011
By Maxim Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
No authority

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