Sneak loves a good celebration, a chance to really let the hair down and enjoy himself for a bit - and there's no better chance to do so than with a big anniversary, something meaningful, something special.
But Sneak was surprised to hear from Microsoft stooges that the firm has no intention of celebrating the silver anniversary of its much loved (Is this right - Ed?) operating system, Windows.
Folks at the firm said they would not be putting spokespeople forward to speak to Sneak (or his more professional cohorts) about this historic milestone, as it has already put in all its energies into celebrating the one year anniversary of Windows 7 in October. The nutters.
Still, Sneak has the business card of one Steve Ballmer, the chief executive of Microsoft, and not a man to let corporate policy dictate his words.
As such, when Sneak emailed Steve and asked for his own thoughts on this great achievement for the firm he now guides through the choppy technology waters, we were thrilled to receive this simple yet heartfelt response:
"Windows, windows, windows," sent direct from his Windows Phone.
Ah, that's so like the man - unashamedly upbeat about his company and Sneak imagines he's repeating it as a mantra just like he does in the brilliant "Developers, developers, developers" video.
Sneak salutes you Steve.
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