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I don't care about a display that's more than anyone really needs, I can about the internals. Give me a faster CPU, more cores, and faster flash storage. Then I'll be interested.
The iMac has been treated as a professional-level computer by many people, especially those who's work can't justify spending the $8K or more necessary to build a proper Mac Pro. The only time a Mac Pro beats the performance of an iMac is when running an application that consistently uses multiple CPUs/cores. Otherwise the iMac keeps up just fine. Professional users have been asking for something in between an iMac and Mac Pro for years but Apple won't deliver anything so...
Of course it he sends corporate email using a false or misleading tag, he could run afoul of various corporate laws dealing with false advertising. 
The only way Windows deployment is cheaper is when you supply your employees with cheap computers, otherwise it's much less expensive to deploy OSX (now free no matter how you deploy), manage Macs (either through basic OSX Server, $20/server OS, or the less expensive MDM software), and maintain Macs. If IBM feels Macs can run IBM software then there isn't an extra cost. There's no reason to spend a ton of money on Microsoft client licenses (the most expensive part of...
Sh*t happens and there's no way to get around it. Terrorists and other fanatics have a variety of ways to hide their activities. They don't have to use iPhones to get away with things, in fact, they'd probably use burn phones running Android.  Have I been personally involved in terrorism activity? Almost and it was before the proliferation of mobile devices. I was in London in 2005 a week before the subway bombing and I was in the stations that were bombed. Those...
How true especially the part about teaching values. The problem with the US is its trying to force our values onto the rest of the world. We have no right to do so and many of these values aren't good ones anyway. You could add the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995 to that list. This was done by good old Americans not by some made up enemy hoarding "American" oil. The war on terrorism is a sad chapter in US history, coming right after the peace and love generation of the 60's....
It's both sides. Obama didn't get rid of everyone in the NSA, DHS or other government agencies. He only changed the top level Secretaries. The others were government workers he couldn't fire. As everyone knows, the top person of a large organization rarely has any control of everyday operations. Once the DHS was formed and the NSA, CIA, and FBI were allowed to do whatever they could get away with (starting way back in J Edgar Hoover's time), it didn't matter who the...
"Under the civil remedies provision of the Antiterrorism Act (18 U.S. Code ?2333), victims of international terrorism can sue, Lawfare explains, adding that an act violating criminal law is required to meet section definitions."   The stupid thing about this comment is that the US government is one of the largest terrorist organizations in the world but we can't sue them (we can try but no judge would ever hear the case). They demand the toughest encryption possible,...
Need to take away the drugs these people are taking. This is getting ridiculous.
I understand and agree, which is why I only included his posting so my comment was directed at him. I might not agree with all of your postings but as long as you post content instead of wasting my time looking through meaningless garbage (like a lot of people post), then I have no problem with your comments. Having everyone agree makes for a boring day.....
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