Because Arch is awesome.
(Yes, I'm part of the Arch master race)
I remember one of the local councils where some debris landed sent a fine to NASA for littering http://mentalfloss.com/article...
Based on my calculation that uses a whole $4.20 of power a year.
Hardly an overhead,
I literally threw out a J# for VRML book when moving house a few months ago.
I knew I should have kept hold of it!
In fact (yeah, I know, replying to yourself is the first sign of madness) the whole thing feels like a massive throwback to the early 00's. It reminds me of Microsoft integrating their products to force people to use something they don't want (in this case, wangouts, back then IE) using something they do want as bait (SMS in this case, Windows back then).
Just kill the awful Hangouts app and its horrible SMS handling and start again. My old Nokia from the early 00's did SMS better.
The problem here is the assumption that because you worked in dept. X for years that you can manage dept. X. That coupled with the belief that management ability is innate rather than learned leads to people being promoted to management with no training, or the support needed to develop as a manager.
Seriously, give people training an mentoring! Nuffsaid!
Many Android owners bought that platform deliberately. I don't see a resurgence in iPhone sales either so maybe their accidental discovery was more like a Penicillin kind of accident than say, a 'had a bad burrito' kind of accident. Or maybe they switched to Windows Phone after Android (haha... yeah I know, doesn't look like it).
Someone please mod this reply up. This guy/gal is proof it can be done.
"If you can, help others. If you can't, at least don't hurt others." -- the Dalai Lama