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It was definitely Apple that bought Fingerworks. It was pretty much common knowledge in the ECE department at the University of Delaware that Profs. Elias and Westerman are now working for Apple. Prof. Westerman was not a tenure-track professor so he is probably going to be there for awhile, but Pr...
by chumpboy
05 Sep 2005, 04:28
 
Forum: News about FingerWorks
Topic: .....67% chance it's Apple... because...
Replies: 43
Views: 32356

Beyond that, why the secrecy thing, what does it accomplish? Not withstanding they had a perfect opportunity to introduce the new keyboards and didn't. Like I said, those were ready to go as is. And, frankly, there's nothing to gain for them to cease production of the TS and other boards. And what ...
by chumpboy
01 Sep 2005, 06:48
 
Forum: News about FingerWorks
Topic: .....67% chance it's Apple... because...
Replies: 43
Views: 32356

ken gray wrote:
clitoris

oh, man! i never thought of that but wow that's way accurate!
if a column would be calle phalic <sp>, what would that be called? my latin is too shalow to figure it out...


I believe the latin term for this is "neadstogetlaidic".

Sorry, I couldn't resist. :lol:
by chumpboy
25 Jun 2005, 19:48
 
Forum: News about FingerWorks
Topic: opinion
Replies: 12
Views: 4284

Re: opinion

So in sticking with that i would also believe that pretty soon i am sure we will be seeing 'a version of the fingerworks products' being sold with lots of computers. It also wouldnt surprise me to see a 'low cost chinese version' that will be manufactured in the future. Oh wow! An inside source! Ob...
by chumpboy
24 Jun 2005, 09:53
 
Forum: News about FingerWorks
Topic: opinion
Replies: 12
Views: 4284

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