Saturday, May 06, 2006

Apple: Not much choice...crap or more crap.

Apple came out with new laptops...and you still have nothing but crap to choose from.

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Thursday, May 04, 2006

Mac OSX, much less featureful than Windows

"However, Apple are clever and they don't provide that kind of facility..." So, less usability means more secure, but it still means less usability.

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Friday, April 28, 2006

Steve Jobs says, Forthcoming Products, "The Best I've Ever Seen in My Life"

Consider the source folks - Jobs is surrounded by Apple products, so anything is pretty much "better".

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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Apple is Planning to Introduce Ads into the iTunes Music Store

Muhahaha, I hope all you iTunes users are happy now.

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Sunday, April 23, 2006

MacWorld - The Apple Propaganda Machine

"In our opinion, we believe there is a reasonable chance that Apple itself will build virtualisation into Leopard, the next version of Mac OS X, which should ship soon after MacWorld San Francisco in January 2007" - Ummm, yeah but are they going to fix the OS yet?

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Saturday, April 22, 2006

"Please help me with my logo!" - Steve Jobs

Just goes to show - the CEO of Apple isn't too bright. What a leap of logic an apple is for a company named Apple.

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Friday, April 21, 2006

Recycle your Apple...for a new Apple?

Apple extended its recycling program on Friday offering consumers a way to dispose of their old systems for free. Can I get something with a REAL OS pre-installed though please?

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The Ultimate Mac OS X "Leopard" Wish List (Updated)

Mac users want to fix their OS. However, I say that something this fundamentally broken cannot be fixed.

How about a way to use the Mac OS with as little fuss as possible?

Things like:

1) Being able to create new folders** delete/rename newly created folders in a program's "Save" dialog?
2) Being able to CUT AND PASTE FILES (don't confuse this with copy/paste or drag/drop).
3) Getting rid of the dock or making it suck less.
4) A normal maximize routine for application windows?

Ahh, forget it. If simple stuff like this doesn't work yet, why have any faith that they (the designers of the OS) will make better decisions in the future? Just do yourself a favor and upgrade to Windows or Ubuntu.

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