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Microsoft's Sun server fetish revealed

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Shocking pictures leaked by a careless Microsoft blogger reveal a love that dare not speak its name. The photos from the Redmond campus are, in fact, so raunchy and audacious that a special Register editorial meeting was held to discuss whether or not they should even be discussed in an open forum. In the end, we decided to go ahead with the photos. It seemed like the right thing to do.

The pictures start off innocently enough with workers sharing coffee and snacks. But then you notice the logos on the employees' shirts - there appear to be AMD and Sun Microsystems tags. Sure enough, a thorough search of Bryce Milton's site reveals a slew of Sun engineers cavorting with Microsoft and AMD staff at The Beast's Enterprise Engineering Center. Who knew?

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