Clarify openmoko != Neo1973

kenneth marken k-marken at
Sun Aug 26 20:17:53 CEST 2007

On Saturday 25 August 2007 08:48:46 Jay Vaughan wrote:
> The only problem I have with the openmoko brand is that it clearly
> wasn't designed to take Spanish language users into account.
> "Moko" means booger.  The hardened snot you find in some little kids
> nose.

i dont think this is the first time a brand have run into trouble with the 
spanish language...

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