Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 9th Feb 2011 00:04 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Speaking of Nokia - Engadget got their hands on what is supposedly an internal memo sent to Nokia employees by the company's new CEO. It's... Brutal. As in, brutally honest. There's no sugar-coating here, no unicorns, no glitter. "Nokia, our platform is burning." Update: Android is probably out of the question. Will it be Windows Phone 7, after all? Damn; Palm tonight, Nokia Friday - what a week for mobile! Update: The "Communities Dominate Brands" blog published an in-depth analysis of the memo, which claims with sound arguments that it might well be a hoax.
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Fergy
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2006-04-10

information = marketing.
Hide the bad information and make the good one in every people's head. That is good marketing. If the information provided to you is that the product is awesome, you will buy it. If the product has defects but you don't know it, or they make you think those defects are not important or that they are feature, you buy.

But that would mean that every piece of information is provided by the right source. That is a pretty big conspiracy. And also really weird that you wouldn't find the flaws after buying the product.

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