We throw this in because: 1) Your editor lived in France for almost five years
and is a bit of a Francophile; 2) Your editor has also been to the lake where
Sarko is vacationing (as have, we're guessing, most New Englanders); and 3)
Sarko is crashing at Michael Appe's pad, and Appe is a former Microsoft executive,
making this entry entirely relevant for RCPU. Or at least as relevant as the
thing about Fake Steve Jobs.
Posted by Lee Pender on 08/07/2007 at 1:21 PM
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