Loyalty with a tinge of betrayal


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Did you hear ‘em talkin’ ‘bout it on the radio Did you try to read the writing on the wall Did that voice inside you say I’ve heard it all before It’s like Deja Vu all over again - John Fogerty I am emotionally attached to Android’s success. It’s the same loyalty I displayed when I campaigned for Apple in the mid-90s. But with a tinge of betrayal. I reminisce about spending hours sifting through Zapf dingbats to transform PC Word files into usable Mac documents; choosing from a threadbare gaming library comprising three titles: Bungie’s Marathon series, SimCity and Civ; and waiting years for updates to Quicken and the Office Suite.

Loyalty with a tinge of betrayal


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Did you hear ‘em talkin’ ‘bout it on the radio Did you try to read the writing on the wall Did that voice inside you say I’ve heard it all before It’s like Deja Vu all over again
  • John Fogerty
I am emotionally attached to Android’s success. It’s the same loyalty I displayed when I campaigned for Apple in the mid-90s. But with a tinge of betrayal. I reminisce about spending hours sifting through Zapf dingbats to transform PC Word files into usable Mac documents; choosing from a threadbare gaming library comprising three titles: Bungie’s Marathon series, SimCity and Civ; and waiting years for updates to Quicken and the Office Suite. It’s like deja vu all over again. Android’s software offering is smaller, inferior, and slower to market than iOS. History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme. In the late 90s, Apple’s market share hovered around 5%. Unlike Continue reading "Loyalty with a tinge of betrayal"

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