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"Steve Jobs would have been proud..."
This sounds creepily religious.
No one has any idea what Steve Jobs would have thought.
Let's not forget that 'The Steve' thought a number of things were good, which weren't; no arrow cursor key on the keyboard, the original iMac hockey-puck mouse and the iTunes based social media thing, whatever it was called, spring quickly to mind. If you care about Apple, it's best to drop comments about Steve Jobs in reference to current technologies, movements in cultural values and global market economies and politics.After all, it is perfectly possible, if Steve were around today, he might say, "You know, 'whatever', I'm kinda bewildered about the world at the moment, so I'm just not going to comment".
seanismorris said:Sounds like Apple is being set up to fail in India
<sigh> an article on a tech blog about rings left on furniture surfaces ... how has it come to this, this hyper (and pathological) sensitivity? I dunno is there a possibility, somehow, of a 'cultural appropriation' or pronoun issue here? If someone tries hard enough it's bound to be found. Is everyone happy about referring to this item as 'it'? Perhaps 'zit' would be safer and more neutral?