Probably not the best time to bring this up...
The Internet and specifically HP are in flux right now.
Geez, PCUnix, you sure let me down this time. I thought for sure there would be some, er, lively discussion going on here.
That's why I'm mentioning sites like Twitter and buzz.yahoo.com. I can't imagine placing a link on those sites would negatively affect HP. The same goes for Digg and Stumbleupon.
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