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Terminals, network PCs, thin clients…. have now been re-branded asblade desktops Somewhere Larry Ellison and Scott McNealy are gulping Johnny Walker Blue Label, wondering, what they did wrong?

Terminals, network PCs, thin clients…. have now been re-branded asblade desktops Somewhere Larry Ellison and Scott McNealy are gulping Johnny Walker Blue Label, wondering, what they did wrong?

  1. Jesse Kopelman Wednesday, July 13, 2005

    The same thing Apple did wrong with the Newton — not have patience.

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  2. Jesse Kopelman Wednesday, July 13, 2005

    Oh yeah, Blue Lable — nice one. I wish I could say I’ve done more than gaze longingly at the bottle locked in a case in the liquor store.

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  3. I think there is a key diffference. Windows thin clients were never a great value because MS charged the same for a Windows client license as for a Terminal Server user license, and some apps didn’t work right under Terminal Server anyway. So ClearCube found a way to maintain the benefits of the one PC, one Windows, one user model and the benefits of the thin client model at the same time.

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  4. yes but jesse once you are in san francisco, i promise to buy u at least one drink. of blue label

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