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.
(see http://www.asktog.com/columns/044top10docksucks.html)
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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Thursday, April 20, 2006

The iPod sucks compared to Creative Labs players

Apple expects the average selling price of its iPod digital music players to decline due to the fact that they really kinda suck.

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Apple is a BMW? Not!

Mac users love to quote that "Apple has the same market share as BMW!". It makes them feel so special and unique. I'm guessing that they don't have anything else in their lives to make them feel that way...

I hate to poop on your party (well, actually I love to), but this is the same market share that Kia and Hyundai have. What I really think Mac users are trying to say when they bring up BMW is "Buy More Windows." doh!

Another crappy OS for your MacBook Pro

OpenStep 4.2 is up and running on a MacBook Pro. A definite "back to the poop" moment.

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Apple earns 6 times less than Microsoft

Apple today announced revenue of $4.36 billion and a net quarterly profit of $410 million. Compared to what Microsoft makes ($2.99 billion/quarter), this is nothing: http://www.microsoft.com/msft/earnings/FY05/earn_rel_q4_05.mspx

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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

The Ultimate Mac OS X "Leopard" Wish List

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 in a programs "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.
(see http://www.asktog.com/columns/044top10docksucks.html)
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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No need to argue folks

The Mac OS holds less than 3% of the desktop computer market share. The people have spoken, there is no need to debate this.

Hopefully one day, this operating system will go the way of the Amiga or the Commodore 64. Until then, I will take it upon myself to steer people away from this horrible operating system (especially developers).

I feel that it's my duty to myself and to others since, if Apple were to succeed in gaining market share, I might have to one day use or write software for this piece of crap. And nobody (well 97% of us) wants that.

Oh yeah, anyone who disagrees with me will no longer be able to post here. The reason is simple: Over and over again I have proven the the Mac OS is crap and no Mac user has ever been able to prove otherwise. Often times they misunderstand the arguments (For instance, I say you can't cut and paste files...you can't....you can drag and drop them, you can copy and paste them, you can't cut and paste them though. Try it. Every Mac user I've ever encountered has not been able to see the difference between cute/past and copy/paste OR they've confused "text" with files). This is a waste of time.

Apple's Human Interface Guidelines are just plain wrong and until they change, I will put forth as much effort as possible to stop people from using this crap (and hopefully annoy the people who actually agree with Apple...not that many but still).

If you disagree, you can argue about it somewhere else.

Mac OS can't do Full Screen Apps properly

What a hack of an OS.

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Monday, April 17, 2006

U.S. Mac magazines suffering reader drought

Hahahaha, that makes my day. And guess what?? iPod market share had growth the Mac's market share actually had shrinkage!

Woot!

(Save yourself now, switch to Windows XP or Ubuntu!!)

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I used to own a Mac.

I actually have used a Mac. I owned a mini for quite some time before I kicked it to the curb.

Also, I don't hate Mac users by default. Most of them are elitist pricks though.

I just don't think that most of the Apple "News" that comes through digg is really news worthy.

Like why do I need to see 500 articles about the top 10 software picks of some idiot blogger?

How to Stream iTunes to Your PSP

Using the PSP's WiFi capabilities, you can stream your iTunes music directly to your PSP.

COOOOOOOL!!! Wait, I don't use iTunes.

If I wanted a program that can't obey the laws of the Windows User Interface guidelines, I'd use a Crapintosh.

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Macs r not cool

Seriously people.

Stop using this crap.

Macs r not cool, they are for the fags on the Bravo network.

Digg Apple Stories Suck

I am modifying an existing greasemonkey script to block all digg-apple stories. Let me know if you want it.

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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

FUCKING MAC USERS ARE ASSHOLES

50% of the stories on DIGG are fucking Mac stories when only 3% of the fucking computers out there are Macs. NOBODY FUCKING CARES YOU FUCKING MAC ASSHOLES!!!

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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Boot Camp users reporting serious crashes

To be precise, the common crisis is that after partitioning their hard drives and installing Windows XP--which seems to work fine--these people find they can no longer boot back into OS X.

Muhahahahahahaha!!

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Boot Camp users reporting serious crashes

To be precise, the common crisis is that after partitioning their hard drives and installing Windows XP--which seems to work fine--these people find they can no longer boot back into OS X. Muhahahahahahaha!!

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Why Paul Boutin is a Flaming MacTard.

Choice quotes from the mind of a Mac-Tard:

"But even compared to demos I've seen of the upcoming OS X look-alike Windows Vista..." - Yeah Paul, Vista has some nice gradients so it looks like OSuX now, suuuuuure.

"... and have your copy of Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 2—that's $220 at Target ..." Try $89.95 at NewEgg dipshit: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16837102059

"For Apple loyalists, Windows is a big step down in software." - Hmmm, I think you got this backwards... Can you even cut and paste files in OSuX??? Nope. (Please don't confuse this with COPY and paste all you macTards out there.)

"The only thing that's keeping everyone else from loading Apple's OS on a Vaio is a free disk ..." - That and nobody wants to run OSuX on their beautiful VAIO asshole :)

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Why Paul Boutin is a Flaming MacTard.

Choice quotes from the mind of a Mac-Tard:

"But even compared to demos I've seen of the upcoming OS X look-alike Windows Vista..." - Yeah Paul, Vista has some nice gradients so it looks like OSuX now, suuuuuure.

"... and have your copy of Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 2—that's $220 at Target ..." Try $89.95 at NewEgg dipshit: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16837102059

"For Apple loyalists, Windows is a big step down in software." - Hmmm, I think you got this backwards... Can you even cut and paste files in OSuX??? Nope. (Please don't confuse this with COPY and paste all you macTards out there.)

"The only thing that's keeping everyone else from loading Apple's OS on a Vaio is a free disk ..." - That and nobody wants to run OSuX on their beautiful VAIO asshole :)

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Monday, April 10, 2006

MacTards do it Again

Recently, a news story on Digg made it to the front page stating that once you install and/or use Apple's Boot Camp, it voids your machine's warranty. Well I've contacted Apple and can tell you this is not the case.

All 5% of us care.

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Saturday, April 08, 2006

Break Apple's Fifth Avenue Glass Cube

Workers are taking down the black construction barricade around the glass-cube entrance to the Fifth Avenue (NYC) Apple Store, in preparation for the future grand opening.

Please, anyone who is listening throw rocks at this piece of shit!!!

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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Mac Fags post another Mac Fag Article

Apple's Intel-based Macs running Windows are faster than their PC counterparts, according to new benchmarks from CNET.

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Woah! More Mac News!?

Watch this video for the iAlertU software that acts like a car alarm for the MacBook Pro using the remote and the motion sensor in the MacBook Pro to alert you if your laptop is being stolen. It's pretty cool.

Like anyone cares.

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