> Dan Kohn writes:
> > But some major competitors were portrayed more vividly. "One company was
> > described as a handsome, slick, GQ kind of guy who lives in a penthouse
> > and cheats on his wife," says an H-P spokeswoman. "A third company was
> > described as an older guy who had a heart attack. He's eating better
> > now, exercising, taking long walks, working hard to recover." H-P
> > declined to reveal those companies.
> > [* Does anyone seriously believe that these are two companies are not
> > Apple and IBM? - dan *]
> It depends on who was in their focus groups. Oracle, for instance, is
> very definitely a handsome, slick, GQ kind of guy who would cheat on
> his wife if he had ever managed to convince anyone to marry him in the
> first place.
> Actually, that's Larry. But is there really a difference?
Oracle and Apple.
I know that, you know that, it's Apple that doesn't know that.
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