11 posts • joined Saturday 7th July 2007 00:42 GMT
"Wrinkles of Death"
A demented Australian billionaire uses his super powers (loads of cash) to take over a small island nation near Europe. He corrupts law enforcement and spies on the families of people in the news. When the government finally succumbs to his wrinkly tentacles the island nation is destroyed. The Monster is last seen wading out to sea headed West.
Le us say I am a tablet producer and my products use Android, just how long do you think I will continue using Android after Google starts competing with me. Android is a fine operating system, in some ways better than iOS but crappy business practice will kill the system just as sure as a lack of apps would. I carry water for no man's OS, but Apple's is pretty damn good.
Dodged a bullet
So the silly witches have been turned down by an organization of pedophiles headed by an ex Nazi wearing the arguably most hilarious hat in the world. I say the witches are better off for the rejection, if no less silly.
Safari is sooo pretty
Ok. Safari has a hole. Phishing requires a bit of credulity on the part of those phished, and Apple will fix it. Don't get your panties in a bunch. I've never used Opera, but Firefox is slow and ugly. It reeks of second rate Windows interface. Ick.
Design, design, design.
I know Apple has an annoying reputation to many. What Jobs has done is move Apple out of the commodity consumer electronics business. Traditional silicon heads prefer living in a tree house with a "No Girls Allowed" sign firmly nailed to the trunk. They haven't been happy since DOS last kept the digital peasants at bay.
Exactly how much is the leather worth in a pair of Italian loafers? What are the materials worth in a Turner? What is the value of the clay used in Wallace and Gromit?
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