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Comment: Re:Dishonest (Score 4, Informative) 738 738

In his defense that quote was taken out of context. In the actual interview being quoted he is referring to his company purchasing a few iPads to explore the technology.

From the interview transcript:

SEIDENBERG: -- they want, when they do it. (Laughter.)
But, on balance, they're good for the industry. They create -- if you don't mind, I'll just -- let me extend to the iPad --

MURRAY: Yeah, sure --

SEIDENBERG: -- just to give you a -- (inaudible) -- everybody's familiar with this. So, like everybody else, you know, we're interested in it. So we had our -- some of our technology people go out and buy a couple of devices --

MURRAY: You didn't stand in line on Saturday?

SEIDENBERG: No, I had somebody else stand in line. (Laughter.) But we had people standing in line.

Real computer scientists don't program in assembler. They don't write in anything less portable than a number two pencil.

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