theodp writes: In a behind-the-scenes look at Windows Phone 7 (photos), CNET's Ina Fried notes that Microsoft's new software has won some early praise for breaking ground in some areas, but takes a step backwards in others. In particular, it doesn't support features like copy and paste and multitasking that were already part of the old Windows Mobile. 'I think users use cut-copy-paste periodically,' said Microsoft exec Terry Myerson, '(but) there's other things they use more frequently.' Hey, it was either cut-and-paste or Goo Splat.
Nothing is faster than the speed of light ...
To prove this to yourself, try opening the refrigerator door before the
light comes on.