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Old 16 September 2003, 11:54   #1
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Nostalgie isn't what it used to be

Heres a little article taken from 'Your Computer' July 1987, Page 11, that some of you might find interesting...
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Old 16 September 2003, 12:07   #2
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"managment was being strengthened and streamlined" - lol. You'd better spell that "mismanagment" according to my memories. :P

I never quite understood how the company that built the two most successful and most bought home computers ever never managed to do so actually making some profit. They should've divided the home computer section from all that crappy business/office stuff and concentrate on building unique, ahead-of-the-art machines rather than trying to sell the Miggy as an IBM-compatible business machine... or making huge losses with that PC-10 / PC-20 messes... :P
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