After many, many delays, Vista and Office finally launched this week. By and large, the blogosphere was hohum about the whole thing. The only articles I found came from Robert Scoble and another obscure article that's not even worth noting.
This is symbolic of how the OS has lost it's significance in this day and age. More attention seems to be paid when a new version of Internet Explorer or Firefox launches. This is a far cry from the mad rush for XP and 95 back in the day.
The highlight for me was Bill on the Daily Show: