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Posts by k2director

Congratulations on being the exception to the rule. But there is an extreme-left character to San Francisco (extending to its tech press) that is characterizing the big rich corporation (Apple) as a bully simply for making an effort to protect its trade secrets. The vast majority of tech press in the Bay Area was deeply disturbed by the seizure of Jason Chen's equipment....even though Chen clearly went out of his way to acquire someone else's property. It doesn't matter...
I'm so sick of these San Francisco liberal wackos (and liberal wacko felons) who characterize theft as "sharing" and suggest Apple is the new Third Reich when it moves to protect its trade secrets. When is that next major earthquake due? It couldn't come soon enough...
I hope Apple leaves a nuclear crater where Gizmodo once stood. And it's ridiculous that a gadget blog gets journalistic protections. If so, then any mobster can write a blog from their home or office, and claim to be "shielded" from searches, etc.
I hope Apple cleans Google's clock on this. Android is a direct copy of the iPhone, with a few tweaks. Apple does a truly usable software keyboard, and suddenly Google has one. Apple does an app store, and then, oh look, Google introduces one (an utterly crappy one at that). Apple does multitouch, and wow, here's Google with multitouch. Apple introduces the iPad, and a few days later: tada, here's Google showing off its concept of a tablet. Google's only saving grace...
Next time, please use a half-decent microphone so the video doesn't feel like amateur hour...
Was there even a single piece of Macintosh software in this list? I didn't see one, that's a little scary that the Macworld Expo's "Best of Show" awards don't include many Mac-centric products...
Wacko. Actually, when slavery was abolished, the entire economy of the South grew far more than it did under Slavery. That's one of the reasons why the South got its clock cleaned during the Civil War--ie, the North, driven by a free labor market and all that entails, was much more of an economic dynamo. Whatever value Southern businesses lost via emancipation was made up for in economic growth. In other words, abolishing slavery was good for business. And how has...
I'm glad the Chamber of Commerce is there to guard against the Socialism-Run-Amuk state of affairs in this country. By the way, Apple is a rare company these days that's thriving in a horrendous recession. It's easy for Apple to smugly talk about all its investments in green tech, when the money is rolling in and it's sitting on a vast wad of cash. I wonder: if Apple were in the financial state that it was in the mid-90s--ie, barely hanging on--would it have been quite...
Verizon will have its own App Store, and require it to be included on every phone it sells? Are they kidding? So if I buy an Android phone, it will come installed with two stores selling Android software--the Android one and the Verizon one? If I buy a PalmPre, it will come with a Verizon store selling Pre software, and then the official Palm app as well? Does Verizon actually think this is good for the customer experience? Could Verizon be any more grasping and...
You need to think things through a bit more before playing the blame-the-victim game like you do...First of all, it's quite possible that Steve *did* initially feel he had a cold/flu, and that he attributed his gaunt look to that, along with his vegan diet. Depending on the health advice he was getting (remember, he's not a big fan of conventional medicine, and even tried to treat his cancer through diet in 2004), he may not have had an accurate idea himself over why he...
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