9/12/08 at 8:38am
Posts by tomkarl
9/12/08 at 7:28am
... and then those users will go and use their error ridden pc. Cute commercials (NOT! imho) do not make software that runs.
8/20/08 at 7:10am
I'm sure your employer would love for you to have the ability to read your personal e-mail on company time. Just ask them to relax the browser rules. I'm sure they'll be happy to do it.Aside from the snarky comment above, I have to say that it is working pretty well for me. Never lost access through the conversion. When push to the desktop comes, I'll consider it a success. I must be one of the 99%. I consider the 90 day extension quite a good customer service move from...
7/22/08 at 12:48pm
- Forum: General Discussion
If you should be using your work pc to check Mobile Me mail as part of your job, your employer should upgrade IE or allow you to download Safari.
7/2/08 at 12:36pm
7/2/08 at 3:56am
6/9/08 at 2:19pm
Well, who knew? Thanks. Interesting stuff. I thought Apple just named it that so that the average joe wouldn't have to wrap their mind around how it actually works - but could easily imagine the magical cloud handling the sync.
6/9/08 at 2:12pm
AT&T is already sharing all of your call data and emails with the federal government. Back to the OP, I have much less concern about Apple knowing my location. Another question I have would be if the people in the middle of a two year contract can get the $299 price by extending their current contract or if they aren't "a qualifying customer."
6/9/08 at 2:03pm
I currently consider the sync features of .mac one of the best reasons to pay $100 a year. I'll love the push features to my phone. Very glad that I can continue to use my mac.com e-mail address. email@example.com sounds silly. the "Cloud" ?!?
4/14/08 at 5:06pm
Agree completely on all points. I GLADLY pay a bit of a premium to have the Apple experience. Hardware and Software both.