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Thanks Molly, Re: Steve Jobs

by sandstar / April 25, 2011 6:53 AM PDT

Keep telling us how bad Steve Jobs is while making ZERO sacrafices of your own, and buying whatever poducts Apple puts out that you want. Keep telling Steve that he NEVER has to change, cause whatever he does doesn't matter to you, cause you'll keep buying his products. Keep up the good work.

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(NT) One can like the products and dislike the man
by Nicholas Buenk / April 25, 2011 5:06 PM PDT
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by sandstar / April 26, 2011 3:58 AM PDT

Yes, but that means the man never changes. He doesn't have to because you'll buy his products anyways.

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Molly did not get an new Iphone.
by fakeveronica / April 29, 2011 3:13 AM PDT

Molly has a right to make her own choices. I don't believe that she will by another Iphone.
She has given up the iPad to her child and is voicing the problem with the iPad.
<div>She purchased a New MacBook Air. The mac OSX is not restrictive like iOS.
In addition she could put Windows 7 on her macbook air.
I prefer a tech reporter that is open to try various technologies.
A lot of people like the features of the Air and after she sampled the Air she purchased it.
Clearly she prefers the open platform of Android, but she still comments on its drawbacks as well.
If an particular Android phone sucks she states it. If fragmentation is causing problems she says that Google needs to be more closed like Apple, not completely like Apple just a little less open.

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