Originally Posted by eksodos
I hope this news is true. The 17" MacBook Pro annoys me. These are supposed to be portable machines ffs. Consumers don't want to carry these huge laptops around with...
Agreed. It also ties in to the "don't fix code that already works" rule. If you already solved a problem at some employer, trying to fix it in another way, and possibly create subtle bugs, is dumb, and might even qualify as a...
Originally Posted by SolipsismX
Good question. Does implication refer to the author's implied conclusion, the reader's, or both? Can we differentiate between a conclusion that can be drawn versus one that is drawn?
Originally Posted by myapplelove
Of course it is, for many people, and I am talking about brands, not types of device.
Yeah, I agree. I was so shocked when I saw how affordable the Aventador was that I immediately sent it back...
Originally Posted by AppleGreen
Anybody with a serious desire to understand what made Steve the greatest businessman of the last hundred years would have read his biography by Walter Isaacson.
Well, Warren Buffett seems a...
Originally Posted by Tailpipe
Perhaps the best reason for this is that gives customers greater choice.
Besides, Apple always thrived on restricting choice and polishing...