Originally Posted by echosonic
I won't get you wrong, I hope, but Socialism is a very bad thing. I meant it that way.
No, Marxism-Leninism is a very bad thing. Socialism, as embodied in the Progressive-Era reforms of...
Originally Posted by Cavallo
And using phrases like 'closet socialist' (as if socialism was a bad thing) just makes you sound like a free-market fundamentalist.
Although don't get me wrong, I'm not on Psystar's side here at...
Originally Posted by Hutcho
The fact they won't let another company sell hardware with their software on it (that they are getting paid for) is BAD for us and only good for those with millions of Apple shares.
Again, they are...
Originally Posted by melevittfl
.... Just because Apple's business model is to sell a cheap OS and make money on the hardware doesn't give Apple the right to dictate what someone can do with a legally purchased copy of the...
Originally Posted by ncee
Is this because some haven't noticed or are there a shit load of folks who are color blind?
No, it's because most people are relieved. Macs have traditionally followed the TV manufacturers in pursuing...
Originally Posted by winterspan
On an unrelated note, I think it's funny that you British (and I think Aussies/Kiwis as well) use the terms "queue" and "queuing" which are actually much more precise than the...
Originally Posted by kresh
I hope that remote wipe can be disabled for iPhones bought by individuals for personal use.
Amen! Am I the only one that feels that any function built into software or hardware will occasionally...
Originally Posted by BuzDots
...Seems to me when you "combine" other ideas, you have already infringed more than once.
Is there an inventor's version of the writer's old maxim: "If you steal from one or two other...
I was always one of those who argued that Apple would never, in 10 million years, license OS X. However, with the purchase of PA Semi, the announcement of Snow Leopard, and the lack of action against Psystar, I'm beginning to reevaluate...