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Writer Zone is dead

Submitted by on June 3, 2010 – 9:07 pm2 Comments

It’s official the Windows Live Writer team closed their blog Writer Zone. Since there was no new posting since January 2009 it isn’t such a big surprise. Here the last posting from the official Windows Live Writer blog Writer Zone:

Did you notice? We haven’t posted anything new here for awhile. We’ve officially stopped maintaining this blog.

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2 Comments »

  • JohnCz says:

    All the product teams have been moving their blogs to WindowsTeamBlog over the last 12-16 months. On one hand, I like that the team blogs are consolidated and with fresh content more easily discovered. But I do get the sense there is more marketing influence/review then when the blogs existed in isolation. To be expected I guess.

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