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Ali Jenab:King Arthur* Web 2.0:Wooden Rabbit

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May 16, 2008 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: CNET.DL2 , YHOO , CBS

Ali Jenab, CEO, LNUX is the only thing standing in the way of LNUX shareholder value maximization and [continuing patterns of] [non-insider] shareholder value destruction. I am confident Ross Turk, Jeff Bates, et al are not too happy either.

It appears Ali Jenab has also pulled out of the Seventh Annual JMP Securities Research Conference being held this weekend...as it did last year at this time per its May 17, 2007 announcement . No Analyst Meetings are scheduled, which, again, is anomolous.

With all due respect, Ali Jenab's management effectiveness, confidence, strategic vision, technological intuitiveness simply does not appear to be cut from In Search of Excellence, Competitive Advantage, Barbarinas At The Gate, Built to Last, The Tipping Point, Kevin Rose, Mark Zuckerberg, Brin, Page, et al...but from *King Arthur of Monty Python and The Holy Grail..."Run Away! Run Away!"

* MPatHG, Scene 8

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#1) On May 16, 2008 at 3:20 PM, gnulaw (51.31) wrote:

ThinkGeek has exclusive rights to Indiana Jones** Fedora but...

this potentially substantial asset/fact is not commensurately conveyed at ThinkGeek.com  but is buried within 'other apparel'

This Company simply has no rudder, no clue...no intellectual bandwidth...no common sense. Ali Jenab could not do a better job at destroying LNUX non-insider shareholder value.


** Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull opens May 22nd,  5 days before LNUX Q3 2008 numbers/Conference Call 

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#2) On May 16, 2008 at 3:48 PM, gnulaw (51.31) wrote:

...and why isn't this Indiana Jones Fedora being x-merchandised at LNUX sites which boast 32 million unique visits monthly e.g. sourceforge and slashdot  and linux.com ?!?! Houston, we have a problem...Ali? Jonathan? Chris? Is anyone home?

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#3) On May 16, 2008 at 3:51 PM, gnulaw (51.31) wrote:

...and why isn't this Indiana Jones Fedora being x-merchandised at LNUX sites which boast 32 million unique visits monthly e.g. sourceforge and slashdot  and linux.com ?!?! Houston, we have a problem...Ali? Jonathan? Chris? Is anyone home?

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#4) On May 25, 2008 at 9:17 PM, gnulaw (51.31) wrote:

It appears the link confirming SourceForge's attendance at last year's JMP Conference sis dead. Here is a working link. Again, AS A MATTER OF RECORD, SourceForge did not attend this years JMP Conference.

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