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Thursday, 07 February 2008 10:11

Microsoft launches online comic with Seagate

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Heroes happens here

As odd as it might sound, Microsoft has launched an online comic together with Seagate called Heroes Happens Here, or HHH for short. The comic is updated daily and is meant to be in honour of IT Professionals and Developers.

The comic has been up for 10 days already and it's somewhat amusing and quite well drawn and it could prove popular with certain readers, although so far it doesn't seem amazingly exciting.

All this had been done in part to promote Windows Server, Visual Studio and SQL Server 2008 as Microsoft has registered www.heroeshappenhere.com which takes you to a page that promotes these products and gives you the chance to tell your story.

Anyhow, you can find the comic here
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