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Yes we are.Your observation is "impactful!"
 Isn't it magical how in all but the most ineptly written sentences, the pretentious, redundant, business speak phrase, "going forward," can be removed—resulting in a far more direct and clear communication?I guess because eliminating it is so magical, nobody believes they can do it . . . going forward.
Amen.
And BTW, buying back stock is in the interest of shareholders as increase the value of all remaining shares. But it has to be part of an overall company strategy—as I'm sure it has been all along. Such a buyback effects outstanding employee options, taxes liability, dividends, stock price, liquid funds, etc. etc.
 Only in your crack fueled dreams!Much as I dislike Icahn, "taking the company private" isn't really possible for Apple (certainly not without a few hundred billion in outside money to pay off shareholders handsomely.)
Yeah Philboogie, It's OK for light stuff. What bothers me though is that I can't take a template from OS X over to my iDevice and enter data into it (in the field) and then bring it back to the Mac for heavy use. Many formulas, features, formatting etc. are not supported and can't be saved back to the cloud (or to the device) without tossing those unsupported features.   For example: I bought the apps thinking I could make a simple cost analysis tool in Numbers that I...
Design porn of the highest order (which is not a compliment.) Some idiots (galleries?) will pay too much for them, I'm sure. Goal achieved. At least it's for charity, nominally anyway.
"Socialist software" seems like a fair description to me.I don't think the problems is in describing it as "socialist." It seems like the problem is in people's heads associating socialism with "totalitarianism" rather than simple working together and sharing. Few people have a problem with public roads, schools, the fire department, etc. even though they are clearly "socialistic" efforts.
 While the iApps are decent, and now, even more affordable, they aren't very robust. Numbers is totally unusable for enterprise use and only suitable for the most basic and simple personal use. Pages is better, but still pretty limited too. Only Keynote really is robust (perhaps it's the only one Steve used?)
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