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Garage Company Stuck in Neutral

If you've never read The Onion, you might want to start. This site has satire in the tradition of the old National Lampoon, though a heckuva lot cleaner. Nat Lamp died before the computer market really took hold, so it is The Onion that can skewer our favorite devices and vendors.

A recent story talks about a computer company that began in a garage three decades ago, and is now in a smaller garage.

While not nearly as funny as stuff they've written about Steve Jobs, it is a fairly clever little piece of humor. If you find something funnier, shoot the link to [email protected] 

Posted by Doug Barney on March 29, 2010 at 11:53 AM


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