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Yeah. Any link?And since I was in a moderately sized city of 1 million people and 5 people showed up my evidence, however anecdotal trumps or is as good as yours.The original iPhone wasn't selling in fact until they dropped the price by $200. Then it took off.
By corporate socialism I mean the subsidy of the consumer by providers at the behest of monoplies.The free market needs rules. If every corporation ran their own roads and stopped competitors using those roads you would end up with monopolies dominating along certain routes.Net neutrality means that if I pay for bandwidth I get it. From anywhere I want. Not that certain providers I also pay for get their bits slowed because they haven't bribed local monoplies. The fact...
Yeah an OS written like that would update with 4 features every 20 years.No excuse for the crash though although to be fair to Apple I have seen exactly 0 panics since 10.0 on any macs.
Hmm, I dont agreee. Firstly those cleanup scripts can be useful, secondly the OS can wire down memory and get starved of other resources in some cases. Errant daemons can be cured of their problems by rebooting them, and the easiest way is to reboot ( or for user processes logout). 
I turned up at launch day in a reasonably sized city in the UK ( this was a few months after the US launch and was the O2 store as there was no Apple store in that city then) to see a crowd of 5 people, count them, also queueing. Including a guy I texted and who also was an Apple fan. The iPod helped a bit I suppose, but not much. I know Apple haters who admit they bought an iPod shuffle or something, but everybody with an iPhone is an Apple fan ( with the exceptions of...
Kuo is indeed well connected, but is he well connected enough to anticipate supply chain problems for the whole year?   I would think that given 2.3 million pre-orders effectively "sold out" (if you can sell out pre-orders, I mean people gave up) and there are many more release countries to come, those yearly numbers seem low.    That said he does have good supply chain contacts.
What's interesting to me though isn't just how big money controls the republicans but also republican voters. You're entire argument is scripted for you.
You guys are hilarious. You basically want corporate socialism. Because you are too lousy or poor to pay for the top speeds you want that subsidised by the content providers, all of which means that the guy who is paying the top prices can't get what he wants despite getting fibre to the house. Freeloading bull.
Paying by the bit is what I do on my phone data over a certain limit. That's true of lower tiered plans on my ISPs plans too but not mine. I get 100Mb/s. But I can stream from where I want.
We're more likely moving in the direction of 3 oses sharing common lower level code.
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