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(Although apparently Apple controls that technology as well.)
Bear in mind that this rabbi isn't the first person to identify the iPhone as representative of society's problems: http://commonwealmagazine.org/selling-our-souls "Previous generations fell in love with their cars or became addicted to TV, but this one elevates devotion to material objects to an altogether different level. In the guise of exercising freedom, its members engage in a form of idolatry. Small wonder that aficionados of AppleĀ’s iPhone call it the Jesus...
This rabbi doesn't know the half of it: http://objectiveministries.org/creation/propaganda.html "Given the now obvious anti-Christian and cultish nature of Apple Computers, is it any wonder that they have decided to base their newest operating system on Darwinism?" And that's just the beginning...
http://www.buy.com/prod/the-white-10...225631487.html (There are others available as well.)
That Macbook and it's charger brick make for a pretty bulky iPhone charger, if that's the only part you need! (Also, do the current MacBook USB ports still deliver juice if the machine is asleep? My older Powerbook doesn't.)
I was just about to post the same link, but here's an image for the tl,dr crowd:I don't understand why this is such a big challenge. Perhaps in Apple's case the goal is keeping it compact.
To hell with this - let's see some legislation that requires carriers to unlock all subsidized handsets after the contract ends.
Is that a polite way of saying "shit-eating"?
In theory, a business entity should be allowed to compensate it's people in any manner that doesn't break the law. The problem is twofold: those who hold the power are often sociopathic Type-A personalities who lack ethics (and that's part of the reason they got to those positions in the first place), and the laws (at least in the US) have far too many loopholes to ensure fairness. Then add to that another layer of injustice where well-funded corporations further...
See, now you're thinking like a true executive! Now you just have to work on the "It's not a reduction of workforce - it's an enlargement of the community talent pool" doublespeak. That's where an MBA helps.
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