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Saturday, February 26
They cut the price of the iPod by a third.
You can't win.
On Wednesday I ordered a new monitor because I noticed it had come down in price. $770 before Christmas, and only $450 now.
Of course, the reason it's so cheap is that they don't make them any more.
Friday, February 11
Browsing through the little booklet that comes with my iPod while it formats, I come across this goodie:
You cannot switch from using iPod photo with a Mac to using it with a Windows PC (or vice versa) without erasing all data on iPod photo.You morons.
This of course explains why the miserable piece of crap decided it had to be formatted before I could use it. (It's still bloody formatting.)
Look, Apple, I have a PC and a Mac. You want to sell Macs to PC owners, you have to make the iPod work with both. None of this insane reformatting bullshit, it has to just work.
Now stop sitting on your thumbs and fix it.
(I deleted the first version of this post, in which I was rude.)
Tuesday, February 08
One would think that if one were a major telecommunications company and one had a router that crashed every day, and that there was no explanation for this behaviour and that it had been happening for months, and was causing considerable difficulties for one's customers, that one might take steps to correct the issue, and that one might also consider notifying one's major re-sellers.
Of course, one would be wrong.
Oh, and one might advise one's service staff not to fob off customers by blaming the problem on line filters. This applies doubly in instances where there are no line filters installed.
And you know what? You know what? It's bloody hard to write consistently in the first person indefinite subjunctive.
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