We have a responsibility as well. As relatively early adopters of Microsoft’s mobile effort, it is up to us to demand more. And demand correctly. I think we all dropped the ball with regard to Windows RT. Let’s be honest, Most of us are windows desktop users. Even though we may not get all jazzed up by our work lives, most of us would be interested in those 40 or so hours a week becoming more efficient. Microsoft is uniquely qualified to make that happen. A new buyer should have to agonize over the productivity option. Weighing: “I’d really hate to give up Apple’s ‘Let’s pat each other on the ass for being so trendy’ app.” Or, “If I went back to Android I could pick back up with the ‘Let Google track your performance in bed with the spouse’ app.” Against: “All the other cubicles – and the other field workers – are kicking my butt.” Some may make the case that ‘the desktop’ only has about 5 – 10 years left. Quite possible. But, how many years would the ‘Windows Mobile’ effort have, before the plug is pulled for good? Let’s encourage Microsoft to commandeer that desktop population (as well as any young, productivity minded individuals), and have them usher us all into the next generation of doing things.