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    Noticed this Freudian slip in an Engadget article about testing IPv6 today:


    "Described as a "test flight" of IPv6, today marks the biggest concerted effort by some of the web's marquee players to turn us all on to the newer, fancier web addressing system. Internet Protocol version 4 has been the template by which we've addressed everything connected to the web so far, but that stuff's now nearing exhaustion, so the future demands a longer, more complex nomenclature to tell our smartphones, tablets, printers, and other webOS devices apart."

    I think he meant to just say "web." Obviously, they are reviewing the TouchPad as we speak and can't stop thinking about it!

    Source: http://m.engadget.com/default/articl...sic&postPage=1

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    Nice catch! Hope your assumption is accurate.
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    Ha, they must be using a PC left behind from all the departures, and they probably added webOS in the spell checker!
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    "this is your brain... On webOS."

    even the context actually makes a lot of sense - smartphones, tablets, printers and other webOS devices

    great find!

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