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 Interesting read, and lucky person, not to mention well connected.
 I'd never even heard of the National Association of Basketball Coaches Foundation, and I don't even really like basketball, but it's just as valid a cause as any other number of the usual lame and boring charity causes that people give to. People can donate to whatever interests them, and for whatever reason, Eddy Cue has an interest in donating money to this basketball coaches foundation, so who are you to question his donation choice? People are free to donate to...
If I could choose anybody to have lunch with at Apple, then my choice would be Jony Ive, because of his creative work.
Well that changes everything!   I wasn't originally planning to bid on this auction, seeing that the current price is around $9500.00, and the winning bid will obviously be higher than that, but now that the MacBook Air is included, I'm just going to have to jump on this. 
 Copying, imitating, counterfeiting and IP theft is obviously extremely common in China, a country with few original ideas, but they don't stop there. Now Chinese CEOs even copy and imitate dead American CEOs. How much lower can they go?
Good for them!   This has very little to do with Apple.   I fully support Android manufacturers going at each others throats. Let them all fight each other, while scrambling to pick up a few leftover crumbs. I fully support an Android civil war.    As for the phone itself, it's Android, so it doesn't matter if somebody makes an Android phone that is covered with real gems and diamonds. You're still stuck with a piece of junk.   As for the CEO, he's merely a cheap...
Hahaha.   So predictable.
 There's about 285 million visually impaired people in the world.  But, if the game were done really well and professionally, it could appeal to all people, not just the blind. It is said that sound is 50% of a movie, and for this game, sound would have to be 100%, and this game would have to have an awesome and professional soundscape. Blind people are much better than non-blind people at localizing various sounds. This wouldn't just be a simple game with audio narration....
 I like a bit of oil on my screens. Sometimes, right after I've cleaned them with a microfiber cloth, I don't have the feel that I need on certain games, so I'm definitely kind of lazy when it comes to cleaning my screens.
 It could be made by a blind developer, as they would obviously have more know how in making an effective and good game for that market. I can see "audio" only games being good, if done right. Remember text games like Zork? Somebody could make an audio only adventure game, where the player simply speaks their commands.
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