here's the relevant bit, from TFA:
So until customers stop getting new phones every 2 years, or start caring much more about their phones OS, I don't understand why this is " officially Microsoft's last, best chance for relevance in the post-desktop computing world."
from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomber_gap : Realizing that mere belief in the gap was an extremely effective funding source, a series of similarly nonexistent Soviet military advances were constructed in a tactic now known as "policy by press release." These included claims of a nuclear-powered bomber, supersonic VTOL flying saucers, and only a few years later, the "missile gap."
[puts on pornTube]
She will forever be that 'chick whose name search produced ciallis ads' to me and many others now.
no, seriously, whatever she saw is now ruined by the Steisand effect.
Or maybe you just personally dislike someone involved with the film to the point that you wish anyone who doesn't shouldn't even exist. And that's the exact type of thinking I really wish didn't exist.
Seriously, every time there's a Facebook story on
For better or worse, people find the consistency of proprietary platforms preferable to the confusion that can come with open platforms. Part of 'openness' is letting the option of using both remain. Don't get all pissy if the majority of people out there have different priorities than you.
They'll probably want to 'mod you up' in person. They have an app for that too. It runs on phone book. Or rather, the phone book runs into your head repeatedly.
We can found no scientific discipline, nor a healthy profession on the technical mistakes of the Department of Defense and IBM. -- Edsger Dijkstra