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How Steve Jobs Jobbed The Left

IX-XI Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 7:24 AM
Sorry dude. The iPhone hater forums have been closed for years due to lack of interest in old news. I use an iPad 3 because there is nothing, literally nothing, out there that can render digital photos in the field like the iPad 3. I could spend 3 times as much on a fancy laptop, and though I'd have better photo editing capability I'd have less rendering ability. If you're a gamer or a web surfer or a facebooker, Android will probably work just fine for you. If image quality is critical for you, an Android tablet still offers some very powerful photo editing options. But in terms of actual image rendering for critical editing, the display of those Android tablets still comes up woefully short to the new iPad's. Pony up for the best.
BeauxV Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 7:38 AM
I would have to say that the vast majority of us is just not that into photos being clearer than what the naked eye can detect. I've got both an iPad and an android tablet. Got the pad as I have required software for my handicapped son that only runs on this and the droid for all else. Its good to have choice, but I do think you missed the point of this article.
Edward327 Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 8:46 AM
Are you serious? Trying to have a rational conversation with a child (of whatever physical age) who uses "Dude" is an exercise in futility.

How do you become a business titan that treats employees like garbage, creates products intended to be monopolies, charges excessive prices that result in outrageous profits, practices significant tax avoidance, and yet not get pilloried (on the contrary, become deified) by the anti-business media? It’s simple; you are Steve Jobs and you are just too cool to criticize.

There’s no doubt that Steve Jobs was a major player in the development of the personal computer, transformed the animation business, and developed products in the last decade of his life that changed our culture and society. His finest quality was the ability...