You have to laugh when you read that Oracle is gearing up for an "aggressive" move into TV advertising. "This is our first big move into the TV space," said Joe Kyriakoza, VP and GM of automotive at Oracle Data Cloud. No it's not you wanker. In 1998, Oracle ran a TV ad that featured a series of disjointed images of war and conflict -- the result, theoretically, of a lack of knowledge and information-sharing. The ad ended with an image of a red chair -- the "Oracle seat of knowledge" (can't find a copy) that would end strife in business and perhaps throughout the world. As you would expect the campaign was an unmitigated disaster. Back in the nineties, an Oracle SpokesNozzle said... "The red chair ad is the epitome of how we don't do advertising" now, we're very straight, very in your face." Is that code for fucking horrible?
Larry takes no shit!