How about "Thurrott your...." series. Lean into the verbing of your name.
Thurrott your Windows Phone 8
Thurrott your Xbox Music
Thurrott your Amazon Cloud Player
I think a full on metro incarnation of Outlook would go a long ways toward our managment being willing to look at Win 8 tablets.
Not all of us remember NT as fondly. We hung on to it through 2000 and didn't go to XP until SP2 was out. I remember NT as the clunky desktop that wouldn't support USB devices.
Actually, I think it's brilliant of Microsoft. I'm not one that enjoys munging about in YouTube, so the ability to just play the videos w/o having to leave my email would attract me to that...
So what does a "travel-sized power trip" look like? Does it demand its way only 65% of the time vs. the 100% of a full sized power trip?
Paul, you are the exception to this.8-)
If they're running Windows 7, they're not running IE6, unless it's in a WinXP Hyper-V session. 8-)