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September 23, 2009 at 2:18 PM

Microsoft opening cafe in Paris

MIcrosoft is opening a temporary cafe in Paris to pitch its wares in the City of Light, according to the Viacom IT blog, which was picked up by TechCrunch.

The cozy little joint at 47 Boulevard Sebastopol opens the day Windows 7 ships, on Oct. 22.

Clearly time for a reporting junket.

A screenshot:

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Comments | Topics: Microsoft, windows 7, Windows 7

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