Hey, if this software thing doesn’t work out, Microsoft’s OneNote team might just have a future on stage.

Marking the release of OneNote for Mac, the Microsoft group behind the note-taking product put together this funny parody of “One Day More” from Les Miserables that reveals some great pipes among certain members of the team.

Although the video (above) features some obvious lip-syncing, we’re told that the soundtrack behind it all was actually performed entirely by members of the team. No professional singers were hired.

The lyrics were originally rewritten by Nicole Steinbok, a OneNote program manager, but the project was a collaborative effort involving people from across the team, including people in program management, development and test.

Highly corny and very impressive. Can any other tech companies top that?

Also see: First impressions: How Microsoft’s new OneNote stacks up against Evernote

Comments

  • SilverSee

    Holy crap, that’s pretty cool!

  • bruinsensei

    ONENOTE MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAC

  • Marketing Monkey

    Best marketing piece ever churned out of Microsoft. Fire the marketing department and promote the engineering team!

  • http://blog.findwell.com Kevin Lisota

    Looks like someone has bested the “Matrix spoof” from a few years back

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