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Helwett Packart, HP or PH ?
By mansuetus (Translasted by Snow) - Aug. 1, 2010   

HP founders tossed a coin to decide whether they would call their company Hewlett-Packard or Packard-Hewlett.


Coin tossing, also known as heads or tails, is a game where the players are asked to choose between heads or tails. If the players heads make a hollow sound when they hit it with their tails, the last idiot wins.
Or something like that…


Wikipedia – Hewlett-Packard
HP.com – Interactive timeline

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