Because the first one, "Fucking patents - how do they work?" was thought to be in contempt.
You and your conspiracy theories. I heard that it didn't have enough double rainbows.
Apple isn't the only company that does product placement, but they are by far the most common computer company that does it.
Are you delusional? If you don't think Samsung is out spending EVERYBODY right now, then you are nuts. They spend a considerable (http://www.asymco.com/2012/11/29/the-cost-of-selling-galaxies/) amount of money, on not only Ads, but "product placement" (Hello Academy Awards selfie) and other crap.
It may have been the case a few years ago that Apple out spent everyone on marketing, but this hasn't been the case for a few years.
I wish there were better ways of reporting broken sites. I just tried to inform quicksilver.com that there SSL was messed up, but the told me to reset my cookies. Lol.
How do you report something like this, if their own "support" is either ignorant or not prepared to deal with these issues. Obviously, someone at Target new of the problems, but couldn't get upper management to listen.
I truly wish people would understand this.
Pretty much, anything processed is going to be either high in salt, sugar or fats.
I have no problems with food stamps, but I wish that you could only buy fruits, vegetables, grains and meat with them. Not only would people be healthier, but they would actually be saving money as well. Yes, believe it or not, healthy food cost less. Mainly, because YOU have to prepare it and cook it.
Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
– Benjamin Franklin, 1759
Not to play the devils advocate or anything, but you think China and Russia are on board with this? Don't just point to the big bad U.S.A. on this one boys. It's all the big governments.
Our government began abusing other countries and the media ignored it.
Our government began abusing it's citizens and the media ignored it.
Our government began abusing the media...
The abuse of DRM by corporations, governments and people more interested in restricting information, far out weighs any benefit given to the average consumer. I, for one, am totally in disbelief that the W3C caved in on this.
Wouldn't it be funny, if iWatch was for the name for the rumored TV product that Apple is supposedly working on.
Like in "Watching TV", not "I wear a watch".