Originally Posted by mstone
If you were on trial in front of a jury, would you wear a suit? Would you prefer that your lawyer wore a suit to court as well or would having him show up in t-shirt and sandals be just fine?
As long as they clear the molestation charges, they can be buck nekkid for all I care.
Obviously I would feel compelled to wear a suit in that situation as I would in many situations. What I'm saying is that it's not of my free will nor do I see the importance of it. Is a murderer in a suit any less of a murderer? No, so what difference does it make?
It's just a charade to make people look better than they are. I can sit in a court room surrounded by criminals and lawyers who bleed the taxpayer dry with their corruption and they're all wearing suits or I can sit in a bar with the working class in casual clothes who have been out doing an honest day's work. There will be criminals there too but the point is that the uniform is meaningless, it's the actions of the person wearing it that matters.
Originally Posted by shadash
Jobs is an exception to many rules. One of them is dress. Otherwise you get Phil Schiller up there on stage with Jobs, dressed in his hip, casual clothes, looking about as comfortable as I imagine Randall Stephenson would next to Jobs, dressed similarly.
I think they all look pretty comfortable in their chosen outfits.
Bertrand Serlet wears what resembles a suit and if anything he looks like he should be wearing something else entirely. Something that a Bond villain would wear:
Originally Posted by LonerATO
For the last time Verizon is not switching to GSM, but is adding/moving to LTE. LTE is based on OFDMA and not GSM.
'For the last time'? How many times have you mentioned it? Even if it's not for calls, they can use the data service to make calls. Their coverage should be enough to allow that. It's about time the networks started doing this and stopped charging per call.
If Verizon offered a plan with just a data cap but no calling limits or charges, AT&T would be history. A 2GB data cap would allow over 1000 minutes of call time. If they set it at 5GB to cover actual data usage then it's fine and they can have data overage charges. They could allow about 250 minutes of FaceTime calling with that plan too.
I just don't see much point in them making a CDMA iPhone.
Originally Posted by Suddenly Newton
You know what happened to the person who took that photo? They disappeared. Rumor has it they are now chained up in a Foxconn factory making iPhone in China. Every morning, some guy in a mask wakes them up by saying, "I want to play a game" over an intercom.
I think it was Microsoft trying to Photoshop out a black guy again.