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Comment Re:Go look for another job. (Score 1) 681

I can see why you'd post that anonymously - it's illegal as hell to do what you're doing. Not to mention _stupid_, given that there's no scientific evidence that having religion makes you worse at doing your job.

I am reasonably sure I was discriminated against on religious grounds against by an interviewer at one state college I applied to work at. To this day, I'm still not sure I made the right decision to let it go, but it's jerks like you who make this world a worse place (and hurt your own employer doing it).

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Submission + - iPhone and Apple TV annoucement

twofish writes: "The Times on-line has details of the long expected announcement of the iPhone accounted by Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs on Tuesday. The new mobile phone downloads and plays music. Jobs said Apples iPhone would reinvent the telecommunications sector and leapfrog past the current generation of hard-to-use smart phones.

"Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything, he said during his keynote address at the annual Macworld Conference and Expo. Its very fortunate if you can work on just one of these in your career. ... Apples been very fortunate in that its introduced a few of these."

Job's also announced the Apple TV. More details at ars technica."
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Submission + - Jobs Announces iPhone, AppleTV & Movies

An anonymous reader writes: Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced made some much anticipated announcements in his keynote address at Macworld Expo today. Along with the previously previewed AppleTV (formerly known at the iTV), Jobs announced that Apple struck a deal to sell Paramount movies through the iTunes store. He also announced the much-anticipated iPhone, which he boasts will "leap frog" ahead of other mobile phones. Jobs believes that usability will set this phone apart. Instead of a keyboard or stylus, it uses "multitouch" for touch screen navigation. This smart phone runs OS X, so you can access email, the web, and text message through a familiar interface. One of the most interesting features is "visual voicemail" that lets you navigate through your voicemail directly to the message you want. It synchronizes with both Macs and PCs through iTunes.

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