Only people who don't know anything about Apple think that's true. Not even Apple users think Jobs did everything on his own. Mostly Jobs had sporatic inspirations or instincts that turned out to be spot on, and had some pitfalls. No one with braincells thinks he did everything.
If I had mod points they would go to this.
Given how intelligent dolphins are, and how much technology and money it would take to replicate the functions and capabilities of a living creature, I don't think your view plays out. You talk about how expensive it would be to train dolphins, but it would be many more times expensive to use hardware instead.
Content is a thing that exists, whether you have a business model or not. Business model is the system or method you use to make money from a product or service, in this case the product/service is e-reader content.
I'm confused. They say they're monitoring social networking sites for unlawful activity, but what exactly is unlawful about a water fight? They're defeating their own logic with their statements.
Sounds like you're missing his point entirely. He's not even remotely saying that knowing the processor is important. He's saying the kinds of people who do more research when buying a device (people who know what processor is inside is one way of qualifying that) are less likely to be confused about something utterly basic like knowing the difference between an iPhone 4 and a phone with 4G. People who realize a basic truth, knowing the details helps you make better choices and achieve better results, are going to have the curious mind and appreciation for facts and information to know that "phone version 4" and "a phone with 4G service" aren't the same thing. Now I don't necessarily agree with him saying that Android users are smarter than iPhone users, but there are huge chunks of people who buy the Apple product only because it's more expensive and because they're hungry to be recognized as owning the "cool" or "luxury" brand. Me, I don't give a shit what other people think about my phone. I had an iPhone 3G for a while, now use a Galaxy S, but will probably get an iPhone 5 simply because Android is too glitchy and buggy and immature of a platform to run like it should. It's too busy stumbling over itself to work properly.
Because a lot of that "crap" multiplies the functionality of the device. You may chose to only use yours as a phone, but that doesn't mean any other functionality is useless or unwanted by other users of the platform.
I had the same thought... "yet another reason? who the fork relies on FB to STORE their photos?"
Riiight, because Geohot is the only one who thinks it's great that someone got hired to do what they love. Nope.
He probably looks like the guy in the Geohot video that he released. And probably has the same first and last name as Geohot. And if that stuff wasn't enough, he could always show them some documentation from getting his socks sued off by Sony.
You're implying a distinction when there isn't one. Office politics and making connections requires social skills, and when you develop social skills and use them instinctively, you will develop connections and probably get involved in office politics whether you want to or not.
That sucks, you were working in IT but got stuck processing applications.
Uff, I would kill to have one of those 60GB models...backwards compatible, AND card readers for every memory card under the sun. One of my friends has one and I hate him for it.
Why can't you play it? Does your computer explode if a console is the house? Mine doesn't, maybe it's true for yours as well.
Ha, I forgot FF XIV even existed...