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No.  What happened?
What the hell are you talking about?
Anything that makes Apple more connected to its users and less bland and corporate is good. Apple needs to do a lot more of this to reverse a trend towards the latter.
They should offer a really big ticket item like a Mac Pro or 5k iMac to one person!   Does anyone know if there's a lot of prize swapping when people don't like what they got? LOL
Saw the preview and it can stay banned for all I care. It looks terrible! Nothing in the premise of the film makes sense in the slightest. Oh and I know North Korea and its "Dear Leader" are hardly admirable but making a movie about killing Kim Jong-Un reaks of US imperialism.
Are workers required to work 60 hour weeks? If so that's inhumane. The fact that Apple even allowed this to happen in the first place shows they give scant regard to the welfare of workers at their suppliers. Sure many people in the west work 60 hour weeks, but in most cases they choose to do that amount of overtime and can't be forced to do it, and they get big big dollars as a result. If Tim Cook says he's offended by the BBC showing the truth then that just goes to...
A bit cynical to say he'd do it for money. Woz seems like the last person in the world to care about money. He's an engineer first and foremost. I think that's his true passion.
I'm surprised this hasn't been mentioned in the news or discussion forums.   It's been reported that Steve Wozniak has plans to move to Australia soon and has even applied for Australian citizenship.  He was recently granted permanent residency for his family and got a job at the University of Technology in Sydney.   He says his ideal place to retire is Tasmania, something I can understand completely.   Steve says: "I want to be a distinguished part of this country...
How do you know they stole it?  Maybe they asked permission to use the name or offered them some money.  I don't hear them complaining.  It got them some publicity at least anyway.
No doubt Apple will take all of that 90 days of grace to patch this hole and/or figure out another backdoor to intentionally program into OS X.  Probably too cynical but maybe not.   Either way I'm interested to know how and why Apple introduced changes to OS X that can result in such a significant (by the sounds of things) vulnerability.
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