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Despite my earlier post saying that Yahoo was pretty good at iOS apps, this update is not good at all. Less usable, more confusing...and they STILL have no Flickr for iPad. Come on, folks!
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand "scene".
 As insulting as "Fox News" is, I find CNN, MSNBC, Chris Matthews, David Gregory and Rachel Maddow equally crass and insulting. Propaganda and mindless drivel are not limited solely to Fox News.
 Since you only seem to respond to links, here are a few: http://www.aipla.org/about/iplaw/Pages/default.aspx  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellectual_property http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Property
 It is in fact property, as I continue to note, because the author/inventor of the property in question is free to apply for a patent or not. If they apply for and receive a patent, they receive the financial or other legal benefits associated with patent ownership. If they choose not to apply for a patent, they give up a number of the legal protections available to patent holders, but they also retain their exclusive knowledge which may be competitively advantageous (so...
I deleted Facebook from my iPhone a long time ago and never looked back.
 You are misquoting the Copyright Clause from Article I, Section 8, Clause 8:  "To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries." The most important part of that quotation is the "...securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right..." part, because private property is an American right. A right... not a suggestion.
 You keep paraphrasing that entire paragraph from the Constitution and you've repeatedly insisted that your 'to "promote progress"' spiel is the entire intent, when it clearly is not.
 I'm not talking about slick salespeople, I'm talking about credible, relaxed presenters in tech (to get really specific). Look at Mark Zuckerberg, for example. He's improved quite a bit, but he isn't much better than a pre-programmed robot.
And she's married, with three kids. Not bad at balancing her work and life.
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