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robaba said:This is how change happens.
If the “change” you’re talking about is where an uppity self-aggrandizing employee like Gjovik can go to Twitter with a complaint like this:
”My boss respectfully asked me if I could lead meetings with slightly less aggressive tone, so more people would feel comfortable sharing their opinions. When I did, my boss thanked me afterwards for the more appropriate tone set in that meeting. What a jerk, right?! Ugh. I’m such a victim.”
and have it not recognized for what it is (a self-important, attention seeking, bitter person), then yeah- CHANGE!!
Sounds crazy to me… care to defend your assertion?
OutdoorAppDeveloper said:If this was such a great idea, why are thousands of Apple employees singing an open letter against it?Kinda funny that you’re trying to accuse Craig of spreading misinformation LITERALLY as you are spreading misinformation!
A one second duck duck go search revealed that an open letter (many of which for something as innocuous as bringing back a cancelled tv show often receive tens of thousands of signatures) received about 5,000 signatures in total, including individuals and organizations… there was ZERO mention of whether or not even a single one of those were Apple employees.
Having signed open letters before- I don’t remember any of them asking me to identify myself by naming my employer.
larryjw said:Apple did spin off Claris/FileMaker. Might make sense to spin off their push into movies and tv shows.
Neither are their core.
Claris is such a household name, after the spinoff... probably just as recognizable as Apple itself!!!
FABULOUS idea that Apple should split up into a bunch of Claris Works companies, instead.