Talk about putting your money where your mouth is.
Microsoft has a lot riding on Windows Phone 7 and the company is certainly devoting a lot of time and attention to the mobile OS. Redmond is also sinking an awful lot of cash into WP7. However, it seems at least one executive is personally prepared to put his money where his mouth is. Winrumors reports that Brandon Watson, Senior Director of Windows Phone 7 development at Microsoft, has reached out to Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, with a proposal.
On July 19, Scott published a blog post complaining that his Android phone's battery is so poor, he only uses it in emergencies, and the call quality is too terrible to have a proper conversation. Brandon thinks he should try Windows Phone 7 and is so sure he'll like it, he's putting $1000 on the table. The Microsoft exec says he'll donate the money to a charity of Scott's choice if he doesn't love Windows Phone 7 more than the iPhone or Android.