On Stephen Hawkings:
Poor dude just wants to sit in his living room and drink a nice cup of tea and say dirty words with his voice computer when cute girls go by.
They started a price war and won the race to the bottom. Looked great until everyone else arrived there too. Now what? Hire engineers and try to invent stuff?
I told Bono, Look, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. If you really want to get the Nobel Prize you can’t be so transparently ambitious about it. Okay? You have to be more subtle. He told me to fook off.
Ok, this blog has now been added to my sidebar links. Funny stuff.
One thought on “The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs”
“Only 22 out of 1000 songs, or under 3% of the music on the average iPod, is purchased from the iTunes store and protected with a DRM. The remaining 97% of the music is unprotected and playable on any player. It’s hard to believe that just 3% of the music on the average iPod is enough to lock users into buying only iPods in the future.”
(Clearly, the man is not a Jew)