Hewlett-Packard says it plans to buy Extstream Software, a firm that makes apps to assist large businesses with creating personalized documents for customers. The software streamlines the mass production of totally radical bank account statements, gnarly government applications and wicked-rad utility bills! Financial details …
Like, who are HP anyway?
Is Austin Modine a Valley Girl? What gives?
...that's tubular, dude.
This is funny, but be careful... lose the humor, throw in some awful grammar and embarrassingly shallow editorial, and you'll end up like the Inquirer.
PS: I think that people who have enough posts should get to make their own little icon thingy. The number of posts required should, clearly, be one less than I have posted.
What the feck have you been smoking? More importantly, what has the Editor been smoking to let this garbage slip through?
Mom, Dad is loose on the Internet again...
Have ya'll just watched Bill and Ted again?
Financial details are not known?
$500m. Part cash part shares. Be enlightened. Plus chances that ExStream will still provide the same service and prices after being swallowed by HP: try to guess.
Bye, bye ExStream...
Stop trying to be hip...
... You turn people off this site.
What's ExStream got to do with skater culture? The last time I checked, Kentucky is horse country. And HP is too geek to even think "like so rad, man".
...but I bet it's an in joke between the guys at The Reg. We're not expected to get it, so it's okay.
"Exstream". You know, like "extreme", as in sports.
Presumably the bleedin' obvious association here is supposed to be funny somehow, as is the assumption that extreme sportsmen are all counter-culture stoners with no life.
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