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selfless acts of Commerce

April26

In a totally selfless bid to reboot the economy I handed over some cash for brand new Apple iPads and Google Nexus One (android platform) cellular telephones for my entire organization.

The Nexus One handsets are now designated: “iOne’s” (see Macberry) because my will is more formidable than that of Mr. Jobs. He can call me again if he likes. I’ll fight him.

We already know we’ll switch back to iPhones (and steve does as well), because we always do… It’s just that we’re a hearty and ferocious band of pioneers. This might also remain in keeping with the views of the Heterodox. Also, for the moment, the iOne is our best bet for a mobile WiFi setup for the iPads (the next generation iPhone will have the capability. So, we’ll end up donating the iOne’s to a Ministry or school). I understand we could always go with a Verizon MiFi unit. But, what’s the point? That’s more stuff to carry about. Mind you… If you go Verizon, you’ve totally sold-out to “the man”, and gone all corporate.

And, the iOne/ iPad combination is rather wicked-cool.

It’s gear, dammit.

Peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

Brian Patrick Cork

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“selfless acts of Commerce”

  1. Avatar April 30th, 2010 at 6:20 am the scales of justice don’t, often enough, balance out against evil « The Unsinkable brian cork Says:

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  2. Avatar June 30th, 2010 at 11:12 am the iPhone as a blunt-edged weapon of choice « The Unsinkable brian cork Says:

    […] video fails to represent is that all of the HTC handsets have quality issues (I gave my Nexus One to my eight year old). The iPhone has a few (the new antennae for example). But, if you look at the […]


  3. Avatar April 12th, 2013 at 11:30 am The Unsinkable brian cork™ » Blog Archive » I can phone in the future by dialing into the past Says:

    […] Google first released them almost exactly three years ago this month. I can prove it. go read, selfless acts of Commerce. I actually acquired them because they were part of history and Nicholas Johnson was so dang […]


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