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Topic # 9166 26-Aug-2006 11:27
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The humorous videos are titled 'The Office Values' and were made three years ago for Microsoft for training purposes. The pair agreed to write and appear in them, on the condition they were never made public. Although Microsoft did confirm their existence in 2004, it refused at the time to release any details.

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Reply # 44733 26-Aug-2006 11:49
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I recommend you subscribe to both our RSS feeds then (the main Geekzone site and the Geekzone blogs)... I posted those about a week before.

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  Reply # 44735 26-Aug-2006 11:57
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Oh well. I do actually subscribe to them, must have missed that one.

Edit: Ok, Odd, I just looked at your blog and I have read the post before and after the post about the videos. I'm not sure how I missed that.

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