Monday, August 22, 2011

Get off Jobs dick

So this festering pile of shit article lit my fuse this morning.  An ode to how nothing was ever made nice before Steve "Aka God" Jobs descended to earth and made them nice.  My first problem is that Jonathan Ive designs Apple products, seriously look at the mans resume.  If you want to jump on someone's dick there is the man that makes these things look the way they do.  Period.

Next point Compaq before it was subsumed and defiled by HP made this product, now for the fan boys at Gizmodo that literally picked every ugly tablet that existed and ignored the best of class product for the time frame before iPad's existed I say I loathe your failure of an editorial process.  Now the downside it had a Transmeta processor, and as much as I would love for that company that paid Linus Torvold a ton of money to basically not work there to have put out a great product, it wasn't a good processor.  The revision that boasted an intel mobile processor was much better and share basically the same design.  Omitting this from your little glamour shot was shitty.




8 comments:

  1. It's not like people are all over Jobs. They are apple junkies and he is the company's face. That's it.

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  2. Steve Jobs is an asshole who has a power trip and needs to be brought back to reality. Apple is suing multiple companies in multiple countries over "similar looking" products. Its called competition!!!! And without it we would not advance in anyway...seriously.

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  3. Jobs has lots of accomplishments under his belt, but people that worship him are a little wacky.

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  4. Never liked the dude, something about him just rubes me the wrong way...

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  5. I had a pocket pc before pocket pc's were cool, wifi & all that sh*t

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  6. ok. I don't get it ;-)
    -have a nice day though-

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  7. I'm going to tell you all this right now. Mass hypnosis is clearly in effect as it regards Apples hardware products. Absolutely horrible ui's. Can't stand them. Their time is limited. The spell will ware off and people will wonder, "how many hours of my life have I spent holding the play button to turn off my ipod." Then some snappy research is going to do the math, and we'll discover that the US's entire competitive advantage against China was completely dissipated through the loss of productivity from time spent holding the play button down to turn off an ipod.

    Way to go Jobs. UR a hearo.

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  8. You mad good points!

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