Nvidia settled a class action lawsuit about these GPUs.
Apple products are overpriced, insecure, not upgradable, developed by a CEO who believed integrity is optional, and makes it's outsized profits on breaking labor laws in developing countries.
Weird... You can replace "Apple" in that sentence with "Dell", "Sony", and "HP" and it still makes sense!!
Why do the supposed 'creative' class continue to support this pile of dung?
Because it's a SHINY piece of dung, of course! All the COOL kids have shiny dung, why don't you want shiny dung too?!
Soon my armies shall pour forth from the shattered sandbox, ravaging this OS and all hope of resistance. My minions will find the vulnerability, wherever you choose to hide it. Then, at long last, BSD shall reign as the prime OS.
Ah, the fantasy of all Linux fanboys. "Oh those (choose one: Mac / Windows) users will finally realize that the operating system they use is full of flaws, and will move over to the wonderful (choose one: BSD / Ubuntu / other Linux flavor) operating system, and all computer problems will be solved forever."
It doesn't matter what problems there are with Macs or PCs. New computers show up, ready to use, with lots of friends/family/neighbors around who also use the same operating systems, and lots of support is available (compentent or not) and that is what will get used.
Linux is irrelevant to 99% of computer users, and will not change. I'm not knocking Linux - when implemented correctly, its far more secure, stable and better performing than either OS X or Windows 7. But reality is knocking, Linux fanboys, and you're ignoring the facts of life.
There is a Graffiti app for android tablets. Unfortunately, the capacitive screens in the tablets doesn't lend itself well to the precision that a palm pilot stylus gave on the resistive screens they used. I used Graffiti for all of ten minutes before I gave up and removed it from the tablet. Graffiti is best remembered fondly, it doesn't hold up on tablets.
By the way, I barely touch my tablet... it's a toy, not a useful tool.
I agree with you up to a point. If your customers are complaining about paying you $110/hour, you're doing it wrong. I charge my customers $110/hour (when I do hourly work) with no complaints. When doing work as IT professional that charges the going rate that most IT professionals charge, the part that customers like most is customer service - hold their hand and reassure them that they aren't idiots for "breaking" their speakers by muting the sound on accident, and don't say anything negative about the $35/hour guys, just point out that you got the problem resolved and you will continue getting problems resolved, every time, and they'll come back.
Whether they make bad business decisions or not is irrelevant. Of course they are making bad decisions. Small business owners, by and large, don't know how to be business owners. But as an IT professional, when a business owner brings me a hare-brained scheme to improve their technology, I see it as a sales opportunity, not a "stupid owner/stupid idea" scenario.