Jason Gilbert: Does Microsoft Need Even Bigger Changes?
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Whenever I think about the current state of Microsoft, I can't help but imagine Steve Ballmer, the company's CEO, in skin-tight black leather pants.
In my vision, Ballmer is on stage giving the keynote at some Microsoft event, hooting with great enthusiasm about the upcoming release of Windows 8. He is wearing, as is his custom, an executive dress shirt with a starched collar; but instead of tucking that shirt in to a pair of slacks or khakis, as he usually does, Ballmer lets the bottom of the shirt hang loose over the thigh-hugging leather pants he has jammed his legs into, and in which he stomps around the venue like an ogre, showing off the hot leather knickers he purchased at an out-of-the-way motorcycle shop.
"Don't these suit me?" Ballmer asks, half-turning to show off the way the leather shapes his rump.
You shift uncomfortably in your seat: How does Ballmer look in leather, anyway?
When we think about Microsoft, we tend to think of nerdy, IT stereoty
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