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Hasta La Vista MSN?

I've gotta admit, I've been thinking along the same lines as Rafat

I’ve gotta admit, I’ve been thinking along the same lines as Rafat. If Microsoft is a software company, and it’s moving all its Web-based applications under the “Live” umbrella, doesn’t MSN become one of those things that’s not like the others? (a la Slate) But MSN does seem to be seeing a lot of success, especially in video advertising, and — with Live an ad-supported service — it doesn’t hurt to have more inventory to cross-sell. How does this fit into the AOL partnership scenario? It seems to fit pretty darn well, given Microsoft’s software focus and Time Warner’s content chops. Hmmm…

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