Don't be so mean.
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Don't be so mean.
I have a yellow wood axe (can't recall the brand off hand) with the following imprinted on the handle: "The color Yellow is trademarked..." to whatever company it was. It is absurdities like this that make the world a ridiculous place. But I suppose since none of this capitalist BS means anything outside of our puny little planet, I guess it doesn't have to make sense.
Forget the legal problems with a company solely dedicated to luring other companies into court, why is Righthaven even allowed to be a company? I'm all for capitalism, but if selling sex (something both natural and legal on it's own) isn't legal, how is intentionally trying to harm other companies and their ability to turn a profit? This is the corporate equivalent of parking a van outside an elementary school with the words "free candy" spray painted on the side.
Steel is the most recycled material on the planet. It is also plenty strong for most applications. So my question is, how much does this super-nano-paper cost? That will be key in its success.
Since when did Slashdot start posting FUD from companies looking to tarnish a competitor's product?
This is exactly the kind of planted review I expect to see in an App Store comment section. 50% from the developers, 50% from the competition.
Listen, I have 3 kids who all love to use the iPad and not one of them can't figure out how to navigate in and between apps. They are ages 10, 6 and 1.5 respectively. I'd call that intuitive.
1984 was not an instruction manual.
The rest of the World.
An optimist believes we live in the best world possible; a pessimist fears this is true.