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Ballmer to attend Google’s birthday celebrations

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Ever since Bill Gates had the blinding realization Google was about to eat his lunch for breakfast , Microsoft has been living on the bleeding edge of search. It seems things might be getting out of control.

Gates was right to be worried about Google, which is growing internationally at an unprecedented rate. Google has lured away a number of Microsoft employees over the past year.

Mr. Ballmer told me that “Google’s not a real company. It’s a house of cards.”

Gates is right to be worried about Google. Maybe he should also be watching Ballmer, especially as it is reported that Ballmer will be attending Google’s seventh birthday celebrations later this week.

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In other Microsoft news: Fresh Vista Games!.

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