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Submission + - Why the first laptop had a hard time being accepted (theatlantic.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Why the first laptop had a hard time selling. Hint: because executives couldn't type.

The irony is that in my experience, the worst executives were those that thought they were computer experts because they could write a few Word macros. Maybe it would be better if executives didn't a know how to type.

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Why the first laptop had a hard time being accepted

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