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Journalists Allowed to Argue at March 26 Hearing On Behalf of the Public's Right to Know in Apple, Samsung Appeal ~pj | 336 comments | Create New Account
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Samsung
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, March 21 2013 @ 09:34 AM EDT

Kind of like Samsung commercials...the next big thing is here, Galaxy III, so
what's the Galaxy IV, the next next big thing...

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Journalists Allowed to Argue at March 26 Hearing On Behalf of the Public's Right to Know in Apple, Samsung Appeal ~pj
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, March 21 2013 @ 09:57 AM EDT
I think you got the quote wrong. IIRC Gates said "You just
don't get it do you", and at the time he was right.

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Gates and Marketing
Authored by: artp on Saturday, March 23 2013 @ 12:03 PM EDT
Gates never could tell the difference between marketing and
leveraging a monopoly.

His idea of marketing was getting an exclusive contract,
then turning the thumbscrews.

First thing we do, lets kill all the MBAs. (Apologies to
Shakespeare.) OK, so maybe we only ban them forever and make
them get a real job. In my lifetime, they have turned the US
from a manufacturing powerhouse to a nation of call centers.
Bah. Humbug!

Never forget that old saying: The best marketing is word of
mouth. Make a good product, and your need to market it
plummets. The flip side of that was explored in Vance
Packard's book "The Hidden Persuaders". Don't get sucked in
by marketing fluff.

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Userfriendly on WGA server outage:
When you're chained to an oar you don't think you should go down when the galley
sinks ?

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