At the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) last year, the first in 10 years, they said that MEC would return when they “have something new to say.” The only other thing they would say is that it wouldn’t be another ten years before the next one. It runs out they were right. Mark your calendars for
I know what you’re thinking. You’re probably asking yourself (in that quiet inside-your-head kind of voice) some questions. A swag report? For a conference that happened four months ago? Who thinks anyone really cares about the swag he picked up, let along swag from FOUR months ago? Well, let me answer those questions. Yes. Yes. Me.
Right on schedule, the next email about MEC 2012 arrived today. I have been posting my analysis of the hints and clues in each email, and you can read Part 1 and Part 2 if you want to get caught up. As expected, the latest message is for the fictitious MEC 2010 conference focused on Microsoft
On March 16, I posted my analysis of the first mysterious MEC email that was sent out that day. If you missed it, you may want to go back and read “New Clues for MEC 2012” to get caught up. Don’t worry, we’ll wait. You’re back? OK, let’s move on. As promised, another email message
Today, the first email went out to people who signed up on the #mecisback web site (http://www.mecisback.com). From the web site, we learned that the conference would start on September 24 and take place in Orlando (enter the coordinates in Bing Maps). What new info did we learn today? Today’s message was a promotional email for MEC