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September 14, 2013


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Hey, Tomi. You've been in the Economist and a Hitler video! Nice work


Hi Tomi,
there is also this 'funny' cartoon on Nokia and the couple Ballmer/Elop. It was already posted by one of the guys in your blog. I attach here the link, in case you have not yet seen it:

Ego B. Stroking

What a surprise. Tomi, the "Mobilista Rockstar", linking to a video that mentions himself.


That video is brilliant and hilarious.

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less hilarious :


just as a reminder :

Elop used to have a reputation a long time before Nokia, see this article from 2008



We missed the boat on smartphones, Steve Ballmer admits

Steve Ballmer, the outgoing chief executive of Microsoft, has acknowledged that under his leadership the company became too focused on Windows computers and missed the boat on smartphones.

Finnaly admition of failure!



BlackBerry Q2 results are out!

BlackBerry to Fire 4,500 as Sales Plunge

- sold about 5.9 million smartphones
- an inventory writedown of as much as $960 million
- a net operating loss of as much as $995 million
- sales about $1.6 billion -- just more than half the $3.03 billion average estimate
- will cut 4,500 jobs
- the adjusted Q2 net loss will be as much as $265 million

Poor people and BlackBerry is finished.

Earendil Star

Regarding THTRH Flop € 19 million (!?!) bonus for closing the MS deal, the really outrageous fact is that only 70% of that amount will be paid by his real employer over these past few years: MS.
30% will be paid by Nokia. Paying this jerk 6 million € extra for having ruined the company really is a scandal. Amazing.


Great Video! :-)
I really hope Elop will be the next Microsoft CEO. Only he has all the skill to destroy Microsoft as soon as it should be destroyed.


Goodbye Trojan Horse, my tribute video to Mr. Elop -

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