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After much consideration, I realise Steven Jobs is spot on. Users of the IPhone 4 are complete air heads. Possibly customers of all things Apple.
Found it amusuing that some people queued for the Ipad not even knowing what they wanted to do with it. Personally I think the most useful Inteligent Pad is that little screen on Fridges that tells you or automatically orders milk when its out.
The only valid case for Apple things used to be the Graphic Designer and Video
Originally Posted by kilos
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Rupert Murdoch is undoubtedly a shrewd business man, but is his idea to lock out search engines, specifically Google, from his newspaper empire a good one? For my money, I'd have to say no.
For a start, the web is awash in news media, either in the form of newspapers, news stations or blogs. On occasion a newspaper or news station will break an exclusive story but the exclusivity only lasts as long as it takes to get the story printed or aired. Once the news hits the airwaves or print,
Updated 02-06-2010 at 03:11 PM by ebudae
The recent incident where users of Afrihost's uncapped offerings moaned about being capped, refers.
First, I view the download of 1Tb of data as abuse of the system, nothing else. You can whitewash it, you can gloss it over, but a download of 1Tb is just too much, and this have a negative impact on honest, regular users.
Being a packrat gains nothing - you download files which you probably won't be using, or look at.
In my opinion,
Updated 27-03-2010 at 02:52 PM by Voldemort