I enjoyed this article about Steve Jobs, particularly the account of his antics to preserve the “purity” of his devices’ content, and his behind-the-scenes ruthlessness toward competitors.

Yeah yeah, nobody’s perfect except in all the last few day’s headlines and tribulations.

I will most likely never be an Apple customer thanks to my miserable experiences — which continue — trying to make iTunes and the iPad work properly.  Poorly designed, counter-intuitive, user-unfriendly, and just about zero customer service.  The single worst chunk of software I’ve ever dealt with.

He wouldn’t have cared much for me, either.

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2 Responses to iCorpse

  1. Merkin Way says:

    Recap: You can’t figure out Paypal, iTunes gives you trouble, and you sneer at Steven Jobs. Got it.

    You’re right about one thing, though: he wouldn’t have liked you either.

    Where do you buy ink for your quill pens?

  2. Camiel Toe says:

    iTunes isn’t Apple’s finest moment. The iPod was revolutionary. Even God screwed up in the initial offering — the second go-round which featured a human being with brains instead of a dick was a vast improvement.

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