244 posts • joined 8 May 2012
Re: "I literally think about him every day."
@ David Lawton
Running, yes. Leading - debatable.
"I literally think about him every day."
Possible translation - "I don't know what to do next - please come back!"
"illustrated instructions on how to delete Bono's free tracks"
Bono: "Every time I clap my hands, a U2 track dies."
Me: "Yesss! Keep going!!"
Re: Will it fly?
Will it blend?
"The free content ad network..."
Free of content ... jeez guys, get it right.
I don't get how this works
Shareholders are suing Apple for reputational damage which supposedly reduces shareholder value - shareholder action is made public, thus affecting Apples reputation even more, thus reducing shareholder value even more - I'm confused!!
Re: And in other news...
@ Buck Futter
I said nothing of iThing sales, I was talking of their release events. Read more carefully.
And in other news...
...the world is still turning.
I really don't think the circus event thing works for Apple anymore, at least not since they lost one of the worlds best ringleaders - seriously, you need that certain something to sell the Apple show and - it just ain't there no more.
All the celeb hacks over the years, and all the ensuing embarrassment - and people still do this? Digital pron of yourself will never be safe anywhere - ANYWHERE!
I wish these [REDACTED] would just stop [REDACTED] with information. Someone should take a [REDACTED] to their [REDACTED] and [REDACTED] really hard until [REDACTED][REDACTED][REDACTED] with a teaspoon.
End of [REDACTED] rant.
Corporate p.c. bollocks
Would it not be more sensible to simply employ people based on capabilities, skills & talents appropriate to position, regardless of race, colour or creed? Rather fatuous announcement, Mr Cook, not well thought out.
and thank you for being. Not sure I'll ever laugh as hard again.
One who employs terror or terrorism, esp. as a political weapon.
Sounds like a fair description of the current US regime to me.
What's that noise.....?
Makes me think of this brief but brilliant p*sstake from some years back!
At least now...
some of the government knows what it's like when the government invades their privacy. Sadly, however, we are talking about the american senate - I would bet real money at least half of these over-privileged berks think irony is a property certain metals have.
Re: Hi Apple
No...because "they just
I wouldn't mind paying...
...if the content was worth it.
It's not - so I don't.
Public referendum necessary
Nothing like a mass debate to relieve these sorts of issues.
If I coat my car with this...
...will it absorb the emissions from a cops radar gun? That WOULD be useful!!
Until this old prick produces anything REMOTELY resembling valid content or authentic journalism, he can piss off.
"The motivation for filing these patents are likely varied"
Yes, monopolisation & monetisation.
...practice some selfie-control and don't take stupid or embarrassing pics of yourself.
"Don't you have anything better to do?"
Roboform not 'on form'
Something not quite right with their overly defensive P.R. response, despite proof of execution. A more trust inducing way would have been holding their tongues, verifying the exploit, correcting it post-haste and, oh I dunno, THANKING THE GUY for pointing out a critical flaw.
Re: Dear Judge. Can I call them scum sucking assclowns?
They could try calling them "Non Practicing TittieEnts" & then claim it was a typo. (With apologies to J.R.R. Tolkien)
Re: Everyone, use Tor.
Dude, it was a light hearted jab at the NSA - remove your tin hat temporarily & at least & have a giggle at their expense.
Everyone, use Tor.
Seems straight forward to me...
The market is saturated & overheated with tech-hype - that in combination with the current supply side economic mentality (as opposed to a demand driven one) and a lack of spending ability for a lot of people.
That, or maybe folk are just tired of feeding the monster.
Thinking out loud.
Another possible tracking effort in the works? Didn't they get a grumpy response over this sort of location gubbins a while ago?
(My tinfoil hat's in here somewhere...)
Re: "avoid reputational damage to Goldman Sachs"
And there speaks someone who knows little of cynical humour.
"avoid reputational damage to Goldman Sachs"
You CAN'T be serious!
"...do they really think that the sheeple are still living in the dark ages ..."
The US government & its legal apparatus are doing their damnedest to make that happen - witness the current Hobby Lobby debacle. This graphic pretty much sums up the attitude -
It's bitterly amusing...
..when officialdom investigates officialdom & finds itself to be officially ok. (I'm speaking unofficially, of course.)
Why do kids in the USA appear to have such easy access to Mum & Dads credit cards in the first place? That Amazon doesn't really care who's spending whose money is one issue, but if kids are racking up their parents' credit debt, with or without their consent, then I would think Mum & Dad need to confront that directly.
So, by inference, these guys wouldn't mind if someone secretly & surreptitiously decided to deliberately provoke them emotionally without regard or consent?
Re: Something else to think about.
"I think most Americans don't care about respect from the rest of the world"
And therein lies a big part of the problem, I would posit. As airy-fairy as it sounds, authentic respect is a valuable human quality that has been tossed aside in favour of unchecked authority and manipulative control. That the governing classes of the USA only seem to pay lip service to that word or display a shameless disdain for a deeper understanding of it does matter. Disregard human emotion & sensibility enough, and it always gets ugly.
"We're disappointed that the Supreme Court has declined to hear the case"
Oh, I'm so sorry you didn't get your way. </sarc>
21 seconds? OK for animals I guess.
Humans, however - I've seen guys at the urinal in any number of pubs take at least twice as long whilst propping up the wall.
Re: "our goal was never to upset anyone"
Indeed a specious statement - cognitive dissonance generation at both ends.
As J.P. Morgan once said...
"I like a 'little' competition."
Re: Can't wait
@ Hollerith 1
"as do the Yanks when they spout about their love of freedom, liberty and free speech, while busily not doing them when it counts."
Of course they practice those things where it counts - it just happens to be a very exclusive club.
Now THERE"S an oxymoron!
There is a word for this kind of 3rd party parasitic hucksterism - leeching. These freeloading bastards should be dipped in bronze & preserved as a warning to any snake oil salesmen who even dreams of trying something this obviously wrong.
</rant> Apologies, but these guys really are taking the piss.
For some reason I read "predatory corporate garbage peddlers"
...& enjoy my junk mail account.
DO NOT TOUCH!
Repeat title as often and as loudly as necessary.
The US of A is palpably driving itself into the ground - do you really want to hitch a lift with that ride?
Crapple & Samesung refers to the product - Glasshole is a direct reference to the wearer. Thats the difference - the first two are derogatory references to products, the last a derogatory reference to a human being.
I genuinely wonder how this handle is going to affect sales - it seems to be be an increasingly popular reference.
Something else to ignore.
- 'Kim Kardashian snaps naked selfies with a BLACKBERRY'. *Twitterati gasps*
- Pics Facebook's Oculus unveils 360-degree VR head tracking 'Crescent Bay' prototype
- Crawling from the Wreckage THE DEATH OF ECONOMICS: Aircraft design vs flat-lining financial models
- Bargain basement iPhone shoppers BEWARE! eBay exposes users to phishing vuln