Please stop the music
For some reason high-tech companies thought it would be a good idea to subject users, press and analysts to music videos and performances this year. First there was the Motorola Droid Razr unveiling event in September, the first 25 minutes of which was an awkward musical performance that it didn't seem many audience members enjoyed. And then there was RIM showing what was almost universally agreed to be just a really bad music video of company engineers. And that's not to mention Microsoft hiring the fastest rapper in the world to lay down some beats about the company's Windows Azure cloud platform. That may not have even been Microsoft's worst music video of the year -- this one may take the cake.