iPad and iPhone ads are actually pretty good about showing you in succinct ways what you can do with the product.
They were solely focused on use cases, until these series of ads came out. Our signature. I find these ads ridiculously pretentious. Apple has earned that right to be pretentious, but I do wish they went back to their old style of showing the product doing something cool.
I think the ads are quite effective, but I still don't know anyone who has a Surface.
You lost your credibility in the second line:
Perhaps the decade long dearth of any good television is nearing its end!
In chronological order, an abbreviated list:
- Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000)
- The Shield (2002)
- The Wire (2002)
- Arrested Development (2003)
- Deadwood (2004)
- Battlestar Galactica (2004)
- It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005)
- Lost (2006)
- 30 Rock (2006)
- Friday Night Lights (2006)
- Dexter (2006)
- Big Love (2006)
- Mad Men (2007)
- Breaking Bad (2008)
- Parks and Recreation (2009)
- Party Down (2009)
- Community (2009)
- Louie (2010)
- Downton Abbey (2010)
- Homeland (2011)
Yeah, it's been a pretty crappy decade. (Any show listed before 2003 had a significant number of episodes in 2003 and beyond.) There are a lot of people out there that feel that this is the new golden age of television.
Come on. It's different, but it's not impossible to use, not by a long stretch.
Sure, you might be overdressed some days, but more likely than not, you'll always feel appropriate.
A dumptruck full of harddrives.
Secaucus has a large number of data centers, although not necessarily more than New York City.
NASDAQ has it's high frequency trading facility in Carteret NJ.
I don't think any of these actually add to the broadband rates in NJ, as the study is measuring mostly consumer rates. That said, there is a large amount of IT investment in New Jersey.