Ballmer: "advertising, advertising, advertising!"

Ballmer: "advertising, advertising, advertising!"

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  • that kind of boi says:

    DEVELOPERS DEVELOPERS DEVELOPERS DEVELOPERS DEVELOPERS DEVELOPERS no I MEAN :
    ADVERTISING ADVERTISING ADVERTISING ADVERTISING ADVERTISING ADVERTISING ADVERTISING ADVERTISING ADVERTISING

  • a fan of a bunch of things says:

    0:10 – "Windows, Windows, Windows, baby!"
    0:12 – Explaining "developers, developers, developers…"
    0:41 – The "advertising, advertising, advertising!" itself.

    In short: Steve Ballmer loves to repeat things…

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  • You expect a CEO to be honest… I don't like CEO's, and I'm certainly not so naive as to expect pure unadulterated honesty from them. You know what happens to honest CEO's? Unemployment.

  • AnonRanGER01 says:

    Yes, I expect the CEO to rather give credit where credit is due and be honest than to make a total fool out of himself, resulting in nobody taking him – and the company – seriously.

  • I agree he's not the best CEO, but what do you expect a CEO to do, say rival company's product is great? That would be much stupider than laughing at it, and he would probably lose his job for it. That would be like if Walmart's CEO said "Target is a good store.", or if Pepsi's CEO said "Coke is pretty good.", it would be career suicide.

  • AnonRanGER01 says:

    Well, considering how he initially laughed away the iPhone and rival products that turn out to be huge successes in general, he's not doing the best job at that either.
    Just saying.

  • AnonRanGER01 says:

    I already LOLed when I saw there was a playlist entitled "Steve Ballmer on crack" with TWENTY-TWO videos. ^^

  • A CEO doesn't have to create things. As a Chief Executive Officer his job is to make the final yes or no decision on whether to move forward with the ideas other people come up with. Traditionally CEO's don't do R&D themselves, other people do the R&D and then the CEO is shown all information, plans, and prototypes/betas/products, and decides which are good ideas.

    Most CEO's aren't as involved in Public Relations, but if you ask most non techies who Steve Ballmer is, they won't have a clue.

  • He's been pretty successful at the job for 13 years. He might be dumb as a brick, but you can tell he works pretty hard, look at all the energy he has at his age! He could scream the balls off a grizzly bear!

  • does this guy even use a computer ? troubleshooting by steve ballmer : throw the "computer" out the window into fire pit

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