Every review says the galaxy S gps issue did not apply to the epic.
Great phone, though I don't believe that 24 hours is acceptable battery life. I could probably get more if I turned of a lot of the bg syncing, but then what's the point?
Everyone else, the transition to Ubuntu isn't that hard, but is a learning curve. Why would one want to add building a machine to the mix? Besides by the time the ink is dry I'm sure the hardware suggestions will be out of date.
So, where do I apply to be one of these consultants?
Related to #1: customers are pragmatic about quality, and the open source and free software movements haven't produced anything remotely as useful as Mac OS X and the iPhone.
Try building OS X and the iPhone without BSD. And Apache, MySQL, and Linux haven't been as useful as the iPhone or OSX at all...
fortune: cpu time/usefulness ratio too high -- core dumped.