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|Oil Paintings Oil |
Message #1 Posted by tianyu on 25 June 2003, 5:01 a.m.
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Edited: 25 June 2003, 11:32 a.m. after one or more responses were posted
|Marketing Redux - One Scenario|
Message #2 Posted by Bob on 25 June 2003, 8:41 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by tianyu
Do you paint pictures on HP calculators ? I can see a great opportunity here.
"...Please paint a portrait of Einstein surrounded by flowers, on my HP41C. Wait, don't let it drip into the keys...NO!, not that way. Keep it off the ----- display. Yes, I know that the "5" key is soft. Hey, that looks more like Elvis than Albert. Now, pull that battery door out of your pocket. You know it's not yours ! It's all sticky! How long until it dries ?...6 - 8 days ?!? AARRRggggghh."
And some of you insisted that the calculator was dead and that the PDA would rule ! How short sighted. There is always room for another innovation to breathe new life into a mature market.
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