Imagine a Beowulf cluster of these!
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They had loads of issues with their early drives for a few years.
They got rid of the CEO, and changed their approach to quality, but it was too late. Their Vector drives are pretty decent, but they had no one to buy them.
They used to sell memory, but the margins could support their high rate of rma replacements, so they gave up.
I'm surprised they never turned around their rather cavalier approach to QA since it cost them a lot of money for years and years.
...and not a single customer was surprised.
That seals it...I'm moving to Soviet Russia!
Only corks make that cool popping sound when you pull them out, and this is why they are still used.
The three users of Windows Phone are probably all up in a hizzy about this.
HuffPO, Techcrunch, and Weblogs. Any other big ones?
I wonder where I've been. I've never heard of Patch until I read it here just a few minutes ago.
Also, the CEO was an unprofessional cock. There were 9000 other, better ways to handle the firing of that employee. This was the wrong way.
Jurassic park + Godzilla = Bad things happen.
Very. Bad. Things.
For those of you who asked what fuel it uses:
Rogue planet all by its lonesome?
Let's name it Han Solo.
Domain sounds like Mega Cons when read aloud.
Not a shock, or anything.
You could always sublux the inverter through the phase array, which is a faster way of corrugating the tachyons than simply reversing the polarity.
The tax payers saved Tesla from the brink of oblivion, not Musk. Nearly half a billion dollars, at that.
Not to mention, the number of cars that Tesla has to sell in order to become profitable is a tall order for any company, not just one selling expensive boutique electrics to a very small niche.