"This week, Nokia announced that it was buying Symbian. That
wouldn't have changed what I saw in my crystal ball. Then, Nokia
announced they were going to open-source Symbian OS and its
development tools and its GUI (graphical user interface) and, OK,
Nokia and its partners were going to open-source the whole Symbian
ball of wax.
"Ka-Boom! Sorry, that was the sound my crystal ball made made as
it fell off its stand and smashed into a million pieces..."
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