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Originally Posted by Poseidon79 You're one of those people who's never happy no matter what Apple does. You probably complained when Apple didn't allow multitasking on the iPhone 3G and...
09-30-2011, 05:56 PM #41
Happiness, unhappiness aren't a function of Apple's (or Google's) business model.
It's a matter of qualia.
- Notice that there are autumn leaves falling around you, and that they are pretty.
- See that the back of your iPhone is shiny, and remember that you like shiny things
- Read the posts that trolls post, and recognize and value their contribution to the discussion.
You don't have to be happy.
You could whine about the mess from all the crap on the ground,
or at the way your week-old iPhone is already covered in scratches,
and you can get very annoyed at trolls and give them the what-for.
I would myself, prefer that Apple made all the software "features" available on hardware that could physically support it, and allow users to choose their own featureset and their own degree of bugs and sluggishness. But I am happy for the things in this world that are Good, and there are enough things in the world that are Good that have an Apple logo on them that are near me, that I can be happy for their sake, too.