The results of Microsoft's Project Mojave , in which Microsoft demoed Windows Vista under a code name for 120 Vista skeptics in the San Francisco area, are now avaiable online, the Windows Vista blog reported today, and also explained some test details:
*84% of respondents use Windows XP; 22% use MacOS; 14% use versions of Windows before XP; 1% use Linux.
To see the interviews for yourself, head over to the Mojave Experiment website .
If this experiment reminds you of the legendary Folgers' Coffee hidden camera taste tests , you're not alone. Wall Street Journal tech blogger Ben Worthen also noticed , but that's not surprising. Earlier this month, Worthen suggested a variety of ways for Redmond to fight back against Apple's snarky ads, including a blind taste test (Worthen suggested the equally legendary "Pepsi Challenge" as a model). Interestingly enough, CNet's Crave did a side-by-side Zune versus iPod "taste test" last year - and the Zune won .
So, now that you can see the actual interviews, what do you think? Drop by the Mojave Experiment website , watch some of the interviews, then give us your thoughts.