Win a Live Messenger Invite, Part II

The response to our previous post on Windows Live Messenger invitations was beyond what we could have imagined, so we've decided to offer another opportunity to join the beta. Many of you came up with excellent ideas for features in Windows Vista, but we could only choose 35.

And the winners are...

Dwayne6295
pcald29
aightaight
Fickleflame
Sloth999
samwilson
mledarney
Phaseburn
alancawse
MiamiZeus
hsaito
MurphyB2005
smanofsteel76
Roy758
amk829@aol.com
Mandeep
ScottDe
sanawar
tuzzer
toddhd
josephvoves
canv15
johnkitchen
willoxh
iDMan
john84
arq_carlos1
Esquire
ZenWarrior
y0himba
darthwalk
ptooey
Neoprimal
rickystuffedpie@gmail.com
KingMotley

UPDATE: This thread is now closed. If your username is on the list, you should receive an e-mail in the next day or two with an invitation to join the Windows Live Messenger beta. If not, don't fret; there is now a second opportunity to join. We have an additional 30 invitations to give out, with more on the way.

All you need to do is leave a comment on this article containing your proposal for a Windows Vista marketing slogan. With the next-generation operating system set for release by the end of the year, Microsoft will launch a massive advertising campaign and could use some help coming up with a catchy slogan. For Windows XP, one such slogan was: "Surprise yourself. Surprise everyone else."

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