recent activity by goog and salesforce on their service delivery platform with apps and multimedia messaging /cloud computing product would seem to be directly challenging msft's crm, yet to be released. is msft crm anything infringing on vcsy? if so, perhaps, this will serve as a stimulus to get msft going on a pre-trial resolution with v.
You've certainly got somebody rocking on your tail. What's so frantic, Al? Why are you so angry and crazed? Dude, calm down or you'll swallow your vodka bottle and we won't know whether to bring it out the way it came in or shove it through the way it all goes out.
neoware - the Microsoft CRM originally codenamed Titan exhibits much of the behaviour we would find in something that can execute the claims of patent 6826744. In fact, Titan is not only supposed to be an advertising platform adapted for online use (the current CRM 4.0 Microsoft has for public consumption is the on-premise version - the online version has been promised to be made available to the public this summer) but is touted as a possible development platform.
Note what Siteflash is: it's an online ecology platform that can be created to perform any tasks. It also serves as a development platform to build applications (including other development platforms) for the particular tasks/vertical.
The Markman Hearing coming is typically where a judge is able to discern which of the two sides in a litigation will likely win on the merits of the patent language. Should the defendant appear to be a likely loser, the judge can be counted on to put maximum pressure on that defendant to avoid a trial. That can include injunction even though Al declares it's impossible for VCSY to achieve an injunction against Microsoft.
I believe otherwise and have explained it many times. Meanwhile Al simply says "impossible" and moves on to ridicule and abuse.