Originally Posted by jasondwelsh
Actually, he is correct. The contraction "there's" (there is) refers to "lot" which is singular, not buyers which is part of the prepositional phrase that refers to...
Originally Posted by Galapagos
Microsoft´s add campaigns seem to be targeted to the "Sarah Palins" of the world, whereas Mac adds are addressed to the other "cool" guy who won the elections.
Just a little...
OK, Flypod, maybe. It at least *sounds* like iPod. However, unless they're marketing the stand as the PODD-ium instead of POE-dium, no way. Even if they were, a podium is a stand, and that's what they make. Guess we'll have to wait for...
Originally Posted by trevc
I'd be one of the first to buy a netbook from Apple to 'compliment' my iMac, NOT replace it.
Hey, iMac, you look great. That Jonny Ive stylin' is untouchable! And those iApps? No one can touch you....
Originally Posted by meelash
The problem is that media outlets reward their employees for publicity instead of for getting accurate stories.
The problem is that media outlets have cut so many jobs that there aren't enough...
Originally Posted by teckstud
What if someone breaks the contract or changes their phone ... before 2 years? I wonder if they pick up all the remaining revenue then at that point?
Yes, I believe they do, because the revenue is...
Originally Posted by Quevar
There are two very simple ways for Apple to help it's bottom line.
I know it's a Quixotic battle, but I owe it to my mother, the English teacher: The possessive is "its", not it's".
Originally Posted by stevielee
If I want to install OSX, or any other OS that I purchased on any, and I do mean any machine that I also purchased and own, then I will do so - and no company is going to tell me I can't - even with...
Originally Posted by macosxp
So what's going to happen?
A: Microsoft starts making a comeback with Windows 7 while Mac innovation falls; Mac OS X growth retards and reverses, resulting in a 6% market share 5 years from now, 2%...