Ed de Castro, the founding president of minicomputer pioneer Data General, liked aggressive ads.
But the best one ever produced never got published though a framed copy hung in de Castro’s office.
It ran: “They say IBM’s entry into minicomputers will legitimise the market.”
‘The bastards say, Welcome.”
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