Microsoft revisionist press releases, part deux...
From Microsoft Watch: Seadragon Software: A Microsoft Company?
When Microsoft issued the original press release last week about its plans to create a new Live Labs initiative, the company simultaneously announced it had acquired Seattle-based Seadragon Software. Shortly thereafter, Microsoft deleted from the online release any mentions of its Seadragon acquisition. And the Seadragon Web site is down for the count. ("This domain name has been suspended for exceeding the monthly bandwidth quota. The site will be automatically turned on again on the first day of next month.") So what gives?
To paraphrase a certain Microsoft blogger, I'm sure it's just because the company was in BETA and had reached the end of its BETA cycle. Nothing more sinister than that I’m afraid. So nothing to see here, please move along :-)