Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 3rd Jun 2010 10:24 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Not too long ago, a lot of people were pleasantly surprised when HP announced it would buy smartphone maker Palm. While Palm launched a very well-received mobile operating system, the hardware it ran on was of questionable quality, leading to lower-than-expected sales and thus financial problems. Now that HP has bought Palm, we're certainly going to see the webOS running on top-notch smartphones, right? Well, not if it's up to HP CEO Mark Hurd. Update: This gives a slightly different angle.
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RE: New Speak!
by vivainio on Thu 3rd Jun 2010 14:57 UTC in reply to "New Speak!"
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"That is a very value proposition.

If I had HP Stock, I'd be selling now. That is the kind of language I would expect from a a guy starting up a E-business web-portal in 2001, who expects to make a mint in an IPO for his website that people will stay on because of the large number of ads on it, and the comic sans logo.

Is that sentence English in the first place?

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