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If you could let me reset the password for the coffee shop every few days when they change it, without going deep into Network Preferences into interface hell, then yeah.  That'd be great.   Just one of the ways OS X's wifi treatment is generally the world's hardest to use & least reliable.   iOS, meanwhile, is among the best.
Should they be asking poor people how to direct the company's strategy?
I'm thinking they could engineer a superior cable -- safer and better than the Apple product for 1/10 the price.  And still make a profit margin over 100%.   I have some counterfeit iDevice cables.  You can tell they are fake because -- literally, no troll -- their quality is superior to the Apple cables that DID fray btw.  As for 'safety' of the Apple cables?  Shit, that is why I ordered more cables -- it wasn't because the Apple product was intact.  It was...
Of course, some reseller does not have authority to override the tax laws of all the various states.  Where there is a sales tax, mostly you are legally obligated to pay it.  They could say they do not charge sales tax, but that does not make it tax-free.  That's a whole different thing.   Edit: Ah.  Other people also got it.  Carry on then.
Styled his title eh? Reminds me of that scene in Braveheart where the prince and his friend Phillip are walking around the castle with servants holding mirrors, laughing and posing. And you're like, whoa, shouldn't he be focusing on the serious issues confronting his kingdom? But anyway.
Does it work offline, or without using compromised, government-visible cloud storage?   You know... basically is it worth a damn?
IIRC, Apple users download more stuff (and are over-represented online) because they are more active users and possibly have a more pleasant, less fatiguing experience. The result is double the data Android users probably pull down.
Really wish Gates hadn't killed Steve.  It was so mean of him!!
You're not being consistent.  I never said Office 2013 was necessary or good.  It's actually horse manure.  Not ready for prime time. Office 2011 is.  It's the only "good" Mac release of Office that's ever been done IMO.  Yes -- it has Ribbon interface.  As the entire world has -- and will have -- for probably the next decade.   I don't suggest you need to enjoy Ribbon -- only that, if you use these tools -- and intend to work at all -- you'll need to fully adjust...
Office 2011 is fully current - not "long in the tooth."   Know what's long in the tooth?  iLife and iWork.  Microsoft is way, way ahead in the arena.  Re: the Ribbon interface -- I used to agree - but deal with it, we're 5+ years into it.  There is no going back.  It is what it is.
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