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On Slashdot’s Lost Taco and Apple’s Big Turnover

August 29, 2011 No Comments

There may not be enough tequila in this world to see the tech community all the way through to the end of August 2011.

We’ve had Googlerola; we’ve had the ever-escalating software patent storm. We’ve had HP’s lily-livered maneuvers regarding webOS and PCs.

Did we need more than that? No, we did not. Yet more is just what we got last week in the form of a one-two punch: First Steve Jobs’s resignation as Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) CEO, then similar news from Slashdot’s Rob Malda, or CmdrTaco.

Click here to read more of Katherine Noyes blog post on TechNewsWorld

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