On today's show, we invent a new kind of typing (booty type, QWERTY booty, that kind of thing), and look ahead to the end of the Internet as we know it. Plus, do ethics trump shareholder rights? The Mark Hurd HP scandal rolls on.
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Robert from Belmont re Hurd
Just read this article on Cnet.com and was wondering what is going on with HP? First, the CEO exits out and now Peter Skillman is departing HP. I know that it is typical for people to leave after mergers or buy outs, but I am a Palm lover and hate to see an awesome product vanish away. I rocked the Palm treo for years and loved it but when the Palm Pre first went to Sprint I had to go the way of the Droid (shout out Molly Wood). It seemed like the Palm had a chance of survival when HP obtained them. But it now looks like everyone is jumping ship. I’m curious what your thoughts on the future of Palm. Love the show.
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