First AOL and now MSFT. I listened to the RADS CEO last night and he said that additional partnering behind their B2B venture is forthcoming. It sure helps signing up counterparts when you have MSFT supporting the development.I sense that many people wonder if RADS is for real or if they are just pushing internet buzzwords. While it's hard to say who the winners will be in this space, I think RADS have significant scope within the retail space. They already have credibility with many retail clients (end-users). AOL and MSFT will also give them credibility with new and future partners. RADS products are for real and with the right kind of support, RADS might just become a significant B2B player one day.The company is (at last!) on the edge of the tech stock radar screen. There's nothing like good momentum in that marketplace and I believe there are good things in store for this company now that the company is on the map.All best,icepal
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