This was the week when the unexpected and the completely incredible happened all at once - Apple apologised for its craptastic Maps app in iOS 6. Yes, following relentless fruit-bashing, with even the most foaming-mouthed fanatic fanbois justifiably ticked off at the rather glaring inaccuracies in the firm's new satnav-like …
I think the Association of National Advertisers should rebrand as the American National Advertisers League.
They tried that...
but the staff retention was low.
Youth already have a platform for expressing themselves in science and mathematics. It's called "getting a job" or "starting a business". X Factor exists because you can't apply to college to do "Being A PopStar MEng"
What the hell is the Music department in the College of Fine Arts for then?
Future MacDonalds staff?
X factor for science and maths
Will they call it "x factorial"?
Think of the merchandising opportunities of "X!" branded gear - S**t, I've just given them an idea haven't I.
Re: X factor for science and maths
I was about to congratulate you on that, but then again yes you have just poured petrol on the burning tyre-pile that is TV-merchandising.
Have an upvote anyway, it's Friday!
"X-Factor for Tech will be out of this world!"
Does this mean Elon Musk is involved?
Apple maps and general vicinities ...
Apologies if you've heard it ...
an iPhone 5 user walks into a bar ... or a hotel, or maybe a church.
I was thoroughly entertained. Thanks Brid-Aine!
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