Sean Gallagher, writing for Ars Technica:
So, the campaign did what a lot of small businesses would do: they went to Best Buy. Or more accurately, they went to Best Buy’s subsidiary, MindShift Technologies, a managed service provider that specializes in small and medium business consulting. And when they were in a pinch for tech help, they called Staples’ subsidiary ThriveNetworks, and a collection of small consulting firms with links to Romney and the Republican Party.
Apparently, that didn’t work out so well.
When you have to rely on the Geek Squad, you will lose every time.