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Saturday, February 2, 2002 @ 21:51

Differentiating in the PC market

Avoiding Commodity Status by Jakob Nielsen talks about using easy-to-use software, quality hardware, and helpful support as differentiators in the PC market. Spot on! Spot on, I say!

My experiences with Sony and IBM the last couple of weeks have left me craving for companies to love. I have money to spend. Serve me well and I will love you.

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