I'm intrigued that a website can be larger than 40 gigabytes, do they contain a lot of video or high resolution pictures? Are you working on youtube or some other major website with masses of data?
Presumably you'd also need a lot of patience or Gigabit Ethernet connected to a faster than DSL connection to ftp the site.
Steve Jobs himself during the iPad keynote described iPad as a device which sits between a smartphone and a laptop. He called netbooks for what they are: cheap laptops with slow processors and tiny screens that aren't good for anything.
From this perspective it makes perfect sense to lump netbook sales with "traditional" PC sales but not iPad sales with Mac PC sales.
As others have said earlier the definition of what is and isn't a PC is utterly irrelevant to most...
It's not going to happen, this is frankly a parochial issue to the US, Apple's acquisitions have been of companies or technologies which have benefited the global sale of Apple products.
Apple won't acquire Comcast for media either, it already has access to plenty of media thanks to iTunes store.
I think those of you who bemoan the $10,000 gift card are a bunch of ungrateful, self-centred wretches.
If any of you have been "unfortunate" enough to win this prize kindly donate it to me, I'll find a use for it; I can use the credit to gift content to friends, family and sycophants as well as use it myself.
Is www.appleinsider.com the only internet site your browser can access?
Is somebody coercing you into visiting appleinsider.com?
Then it's arrogant of you to visit appleinsider only to start complaining about it.
Obviously you enjoy this website as you keep visiting again and again, if it were so bad you'd simply keep away.
Well I hope you're just as busy posting on Ferrari fan sites campaigning to reduce the Ferrari Tax or Continental Airlines to reduce the First Class Tax, after all you're on the same plane heading the same direction as economy so why pay so much more?
If you took your own advice and thought for yourself you'll realise Apple doesn't force anyone into buying their products, unlike taxes; if people felt they were overpriced there are plenty of alternatives as you've often...