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Andrew Michael Baron backs out of Zune.net promotion. Why? “While I expect this will be a big traffic loss for us, at heart, I really love Apple and will stick by them in this competition..Also, with regards to the logo agreement, just by having the Zune […]

Andrew Michael Baron backs out of Zune.net promotion. Why? “While I expect this will be a big traffic loss for us, at heart, I really love Apple and will stick by them in this competition..Also, with regards to the logo agreement, just by having the Zune logo on our page would mean we would not be able to make disparaging comments about Microsoft and that’s just not a reasonable restriction for Rocketboom.,” he writes in a letter to Microsoft.

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  1. Jawad (Shuzak) Sunday, November 12, 2006

    That seems quite silly. Why would any rational person sacrifice traffic due to an emotional attachment to a company that hasn’t even paid any attention to you.

    A business is a business is a business.

    Jawad (Shuzak)

  2. Jawad: That’s not true. At this year’s Macworld and at this year’s Showtime event, Apple showcased Rocketboom as the exemplary podcast, even playing part of an episode at the Showtime event. That’s a LOT of attention.

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