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Re: Hard Choices: iPhone, iPod Nano and Gates-Seinfeld
Posted by: Rob Enderle 2008-09-15 05:41:40
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This last week I've watched Apple's stock drop sharply as the market was disappointed with Apple's announcements, but I thought it was being unfair because the disappointment was largely due to overset expectations. In addition, Apple's move with the iPod nano was a very hard decision to make. Few companies would have the guts to make it, suggesting that Apple should be praised and not criticized. In addition, Microsoft, with a couple of exceptions, was pounded for its Seinfeld campaign largely because of misperceptions surrounding it.


The weekly whitewash of everything Microsoft..
Posted by: zato 2008-09-15 14:27:56 In reply to: Rob Enderle
Enderle, don't you think people are tired of your weekly attempts to whitewash everything Microsoft. There is nothing praiseworthy about the Microsoft ads. The only thing I remember is that Bill Gates has some kind of magic butt-crack.
And your relentless lame cover-up after being caught shilling a Dell product you were a paid consultant for. And your continuing refusal to disclose your business ties to Microsoft. There is not one word that comes from you that isn't calculated Microsoft propaganda. Even when you praise Apple, it's only to avoid appearing to be a hater. It really sickens me that this is how the biggest company in tech works.
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What best describes your attitude toward social networks and politics?
The value of engaging in serious political discourse outweighs the negatives.
Most of the political conversations seem overheated and ignorant.
Social networks provide a lot of very good political information from reliable sources.
Almost every political post I see is skewed or totally fake.
Political interactions on social networks simply mirror those in the real world.
Social networks remove inhibitions, bringing out the worst in people and politics.