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Comment: Wow (Score 1) 222

by Wovel (#47547285) Attached to: Chromebooks Are Outselling iPads In Schools

What a bizarre story with some pretty wild speculation. You are trying to compare what you assume is a 5 quarter average to what Google claims to have sold to schools in the last quarter. You them claim Apple is losing the education market to Google. You do realize nothing at all in the brief article or anything you linked to supports that claim. The one thing we know for sure is that Apple has sold 13 million devices to schools since 2012 and Google has sold at least 1 million.

Comment: Re:Sweet (Score 1) 126

Your talking about people that were let go? Why on earth do you care if they have to be mailed in if no one is using them (at least for a time)? I agree the management tool should be able to do it, but you made it sound like you had some reason for active users to be sending in their devices. You clearly do not.

Comment: Re:apple and google are missing the point. (Score 1) 126

by Wovel (#47264131) Attached to: Google To Take On Apple's CarPlay

WTF is with all this generation naming crap. It is silly. When all we could come up with was Generation X we should have stopped.Now we have Millenials. WTF is a Millenial? The age range (according to Wikipedia) is people around 13 to 35 (Other sites place the range as 22-32 which seems a lot more reasonable). How does that mean anything? They have nothing at all in common. The GP post referred to Millennial and Generation Y as two different things. Everywhere else says they are the same thing. Which is it?

I somehow ended up in X. I have kids in Y, Z and whatever comes next. I was 6 when Y started and I did not have any kids until I was 22. Kids born when I was 6 have little in common with my son. People making all these presumptions about people based on these silly generation labels is ridiculous.

Just because the goofy GP can't pay his bills and prefers public transportation is an anecdote not a trend.

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