Full fathom five, thy father lies
This was back in the Eighties, after the death of SOS /// (which couldn't support Corvus networks without picking up aviation radio signals and crashing in financial ruin), before the 1984 girl hit our screens with the revolutionary Mac. All Steve Jobs, whose vested interest in forgetting about Lisa is a bit murky, at best.
Unlike the real Apple innovators (Steve "Woz" Wozniak, Andy Herzfeld, at al.), who could be optioned into obscurity, SCO's claims to bits of the Apple venture were owned by the California Board of Regents. Jobs dissociated himself from failure faster than a speeding bullet.
Labels: RIP Jobs