Oh dear, this is a bit embarassing. Earlier today I mentioned the 'Bing it on' search taste test resource that Microsoft has created to show everyone that Bing is better than Google. You can find it at http://www.bingiton.com/ which is a nice simple and easy to find URL. Of course, if you don't know this, you're going to have to find it, and the obvious place to start is going to be Bing - isn't it?
Umm, no. It's not. Do a search for bing it on, and you get a news item about it, a link to Bing the search engine, a link to the Wikipedia page, and so on. In fact, it's not even on the first page of results. Or the second. Or the third, fourth, fifth and I admit, I gave up at the sixth page of results. Hmmmm, what to do next? How about trying Google... Can we guess? Yes, it's the very first result.
Microsoft - it's stuff like that which is just plain embarassing. If you can't get your own links right, and we have to rely on the opposition to point us in the right direction, how are people ever going to believe you're serious?