but how would you feel about $8 added to your monthly bill? I would notice that alot more. Additionally, not everyone needs the services of mobile me (some of us have businesses that support our phones).
Wow, so much vitriol spewing around this list of posts... I guess its time for my few cents:
as for the developers issues, seems to me that I'd rather a smaller number of useful apps than a larger number of crappy ones. Considering the fact that I had to try out 7 molecular weight calculators before I found one good for anything beyond high school chemistry classes (being a college chemistry professor, this is a little below my needs), I wouldn't mind a nicely streamlined...
This sounds interesting, does anyone know whether these programs have an associated prorated data plan with them? Or any other special deal -- I work at a major university, and would be willing to wait a month before buying if it was going to save me bundles of cash (call me crazy).
umm... how is this newsworthy?
is it out of line with nearby retailers?
is it an unusual level of power consumption?
or is it just typical building codes for a retail outlet of that size?
I have no idea, anyone have more of a clue?
You know, I just had an argument with a coworker about cell phone insurance. From what I understand, if you get your phone wet... at all, all bets are off. I just kinda think people are getting screwed with this -- I'm of the school of thought that you should always be self insured when you can afford it, if its profitable for the company, its gonna average out to profitable for you.
oh, and first post, groovy.
what I hate about these kinds of threads is that they make me question the kinds of people I'm interacting with on these websites. I don't like the fact that I'm virtually hanging out with a bunch of bigots -- it is offensive. Similarly I avoid people I think are members of the KKK or american Nazi movement.
but I like AI, so I'd prefer it if anyone who feels like spewing hate and intolerance for anyone please do so elsewhere.
I prefer not to know what kind of people...
wow, guess I'm not suprised by all the controversy in these responses, but seriously - they're a company in the Bay Area, it would be foolish to be homophobic at a corporate level (actually, that statement needs no geographical location to ring true).
as an investor, I'm happy whoever likes apple, so long as they show it with money!