what stupid nazi-like decision did these idiots make this time?
If by 'nazi-like' decision, you meant deciding to invade another culture and attempt to impose your own, only to fail miserably and leave a country broken and bankrupt, sure... Oh wait... Sorry, I thought you said 'US'.
I've spoken to a number of colleagues about Wikipedia; in fact itâ(TM)s quite a recurring topic here. They all harp on about the inaccuracy of the articles as if the creators of Wikipedia are claiming all their material is 100% fact.
The reality as we've discussed here, is that they are not of course, but the main problem is not the inaccuracies of the articles, it's the point-blank refusal of additional experts to even entertain the idea of sharing their knowledge and why should they? The people with the knowledge and expertise to make coherent contributions to Wikipedia have likely spent years in academia or employment gaining their knowledge through experience and hard work, why should they simply give it away?
Experts are selfish, and they are also the worst people for criticising Wikipediaâ(TM)s accuracy and doing nothing to help correct it.
This is a real shame. Its obvious from the past few years that Apple have realised, like all other businesses, that they'll make more money through ruthless business tactics.
The romantic notion of Apple being David to Microsoft's Goliath is apparently too good to be true.
Different sides of the same coin / The devil has many names / [Insert cliche here]
Here's rooting for the next underdog
Not really, especially in the days when you had Intel and AMD racing to be the producer of the fastest chip.
You mean the days when AMD were blatently ripping off Intel's IP and selling it cheaper? Ah yes, competition at its finest.
Nothing recedes like success. -- Walter Winchell