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skingers said:I don't believe this story. Jobs was the guy that Killed Mac clones and made OSX upgrades free. Money grubbing by putting his baby on the beigest of beige boxes just does not seem consistent with his demonstrated record.
Also known as the "iTunes phone".
From Wikipedia: Launched on September 7, 2005, in San Francisco, California, the E1 is the first phone to be integrated with Apple's iTunes music player.
This phone was released and failed obviously, years after the proposal to Michael Dell.
Also let's not forget this.
jimh2 said:The only other person who can confirm this conversation is dead so there is no need to drag Jobs into his need to sell his book.
I'd like to meet 10 people who buy this book and read it. Of course it will be on The NY Times best seller list but by now everyone should know by now that bookstores by this garbage sell a few and return the rest to the publisher where they will be resold to the stores that peddle other non-interesting zero value books and merchandise that cannot be sold in legitimate store. This process does get authors on best seller lists.
Another thing that happens is the company (Dell) will buy enough of these to give to their employees and this counts as a sale. At least his employees will have some kindling.
I was watching a show about mathematics the other day and the narrator, very much alive, was talking about Pythagoras, Euclid, Newton, Leibniz, Gauss ... etc.
Guess what all these great mathematicians have in common? ........ They're all dead.
Back to topic, why wouldn't Michael Dell reminisce about that moment in history, especially since he was personally involved in it?
darkvader said:What a silly article.The Surface is a computer. Not a great computer, but an actual computer that you can install any software you want on it.The iPad is a toy, stuck in a walled garden app store.
If only apps like these
could be available on the iPad app store.
So far I can’t say that Spatial Audio has impressed me. Of course my only experience with it has been through a pair Beats Studio 3 headphones, that I purchased at a discount last year.
Maybe through Apple AirPods Max my opinion will change.
That being said, HiRes Lossless has impressed me more. Not through the Beats but through a pair of Audio Technica M20X headphones and a very basic DAC purchased through Amazon. Still waiting for my Dragonfly Red DAC to arrive, to see if that will make a difference.
The achilles heal of MLB, are the nonsensical blackouts. If I pay for a service for the season, I want to be able to see EVERY GAME. With less people subscribing to a Cable provider, watching local teams has become more difficult. In my case in NY both Yankee and Mets games are always blacked out, so I can’t watch them even though I am subscribed to the MLB package.
Even in the US, with DAZN I just sign into Express VPN Canadian server and catch all the Premier League or Champions League games I want. NFL games (all of them) are also on Canada’s DAZN stream.