I agree about the phones My first smart phone was an android and it was just
fine. I went to iPhone because it synchro nicely with my computers. My iMac is
trouble free and a great workhorse, but I've been on Macs forever and Apple IIs
before that, so the user interface philosophy is ingrained. If I had been bred
on PCs it might seem foreign, But when I bought my first computer there was no
such thing as a PC. It was Apple, Atari, TRS 80, Company, Osborn or another of
that ilk. Apple was costly but a no brainer in terms of quality and capability.
The capability was provided by software vendors. In my case, Quark and Word
Paul via phone
> On Oct 13, 2016, at 8:26 PM, Bill <anotherdrunken...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 10/13/2016 5:18 PM, Paul Stenquist wrote:
>> Odd. I judge products in respect to how much they can contribute to
>> my business and photography, not on whether they mark me as a fan of
>> any brand. The anti-apple thing seems more of a fan-boy cult than
>> does the apple buyer group. All very silly, IMO.
> My iPad literally would not work until I allowed myself to be assimilated by
> the collective.
> Do all Apple products do that or is it possible to buy an Apple product and
> actually maintain anonymity?
> That is actually a deal breaker for me regarding their products.
> My personal Android phone works just as well as the iPhone that my work gave
> me. Ops wise, there isn't really much to say about them one way or the other.
>> Paul via phone
>>>> On Oct 13, 2016, at 7:10 PM, John Francis <jo...@panix.com> wrote:
>>>> On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 11:45:45PM +0100, Steve Cottrell wrote:
>>>> On 13/10/16, John, discombobulated, unleashed:
>>>>> Looks like I should be able to find some good deals on a
>>>>> Samsung Galaxy Tab (not the phone) right now.
>>>> I think I'd prefer the squirrel.
>>> The Galaxy Tab is a very nice piece of kit, especially if you
>>> don't want to buy into the apple fan club. My wife has one, and
>>> it's all but impossible to pry it out of her hands.
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