You need to think like a big corporation.
When they say: "Every TV set we all make loses money" it doesn't mean what you think it means.
What they are really saying is "Every TV set we all make doesn't continue to make us money once it's been sold"
Nonsense. Read the article: "Sony said last week that it expects a loss of more than $1 billion in the fiscal year through March, in part because of its struggling television business, which has been a thorn in its side for close to a decade. The business has bled red ink because of plunging prices and declining demand."
Big media: quit saying "XYZ is dead" every time you're starved for attention.
Film at 11. Oh wait...
Only clueless moron would buy ANYTHING from itunes. The fresh fruit is free (of the hardware and software), the rotten fruit is to bind yourself to one manufacturer.
Parse that for me will you? Isn't fruit (and brains for that matter) hardware? Isn't the software your mind? the notion "fresh fruit" is already bound to both hardware and software. Suggest you work on your metaphors and your case isn't helped by the ad hominim.
...college kids, as much as we love the newest gadget, will more often than not chose functionality over form when it boils down to what saves money."
Ah, that explains the recent breakout in slide rule use!
People are always available for work in the past tense.