255 posts • joined Thursday 11th June 2009 00:01 GMT
I never put salt on my hash.
It's a studio shot.
Re: Seems about right. Apple ruled by committee = the death of Apple
Anything ruled by committee = death to anything.
Re: No mention of the Tuxedo Chocolate popcorn?
Your newly coined word "crackerjaculator" has scored you a whopping big hit of 2 links found by all of Google. Both of them refer to this article.
I! Can't! Read! Your! Effin! Headline! With! All! Those! Damn! Exclamation! Points!
So I didn't read the article.
Why is there a brown mouse clinging on for dear life on the top of this thing?
Who cares about Crysis. Cant it play ANGREY BIRDS?!!
"“Not being able to receive money from the public for a week can cost WikiLeaks seven-digit figures in losses/"
Then write and snail mail a fecking CHECK! (CHEQUE for the Brits)
the penguin paddles
and The Dude abides.
"And, of course, the last thing Apple would want is for every every Tom, Dick or Harry to be walking around clutching its fondle slabs."
You mean Apple doesn't want to sell 6 Billion iPads?!
"Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms"
is that like the Bill of Rights?
Who needs a prawn app when you have the Internet in your hands. Hello! You know what the iwebs was made for, right!
Secondly, a friend of mine got one of those new HTC things and said his phone could run Flash.
I asked him to pull up a Flash site I worked on, and it failed.
At least he could play Homestar Runner flash vid. Whip-d-fukin-do.
I think it was Mr. Papermaster, the head iPhone guy, and Jobs let him roll
with it until Paperman left the company abruptly after iPhone 4 came out.
I'd say his departure opened up a differnt vision for the App store, one that may have been brooding before his exit.
Where's the 2 cents icon?
Why would Cook, who has been groomed to be the next CEO, jump apple cart for an uncertain boring HP when Apple is doing so well?
And todo el mundo (world + dog in Regspeak) knows Jobs will be leaving the company at some point in the future.
A phone using biometrics to ID the holder could prevent someone not authorized to use the phone from charging things to it.
Or instead of entering a PIN the user swipes a gesture at the time of purchase.
So let's see how it goes!
One version of iWork, thank you.
Maybe because Papermaster, the former head iPhone guy, left Apple months ago, and the new iPhone guy's vision for the iPhone App store is finally making its way thru Apple.
sounds like a company that has figured out what consumers want, and has provided that.
No need to edit your autoexec.bat file to make things work. Consumers (and design pros such as me) don't want to hassel with config files and bios settings.
And most people with ipads do not know what BIOS means anyway.
Techies 1, consumers FTW.
And that is all.
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