After Win95, What Do You Do For An Encore?Kathy Rebello
Patty Stonesifer has just moved into her digs at "Redmond West," the new campus for Microsoft Corp.'s ballooning consumer group, located a mile and a half from the software giant's headquarters sprawl. The walls are still bare. A clock sits conspicuously on the windowsill--a reminder of her breakneck schedule. Only a vase of long-stemmed red roses hints at another side to Stonesifer's manifestly Type A personality. Or maybe not. The roses bear a recurring message from her husband: "Stop and smell the roses."
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