parts make solved puzzles.
“under it’s slow decline I still admire Microsoft for its innovation around the Xbox and related technology. seriously… Kinect has been nothing less than pioneering. that said, Microsoft missed it with their new phones, again.”
Part I of III
its interesting to me that Microsoft kept a world hostage with Windows and Office, and it generated almost nothing but ire, outrage and resentment. Microsoft was the “evil empire”. so, the world slowly looked to Apple as the brilliant alternative.
Part II of III
under it’s slow decline I still admired Microsoft for its innovation around the Xbox and related technology. seriously… Kinect has been nothing less than pioneering.
that said, Microsoft missed it with their new phones, again.
then again, I like Microsoft’s stock (MSFT). however, I would like it better under a share buy-back plan. that would inspire a lot of other things that include Wall Street support, buying interest, and … karma.
Part III of III
but all this time Apple has led the way and inspired everyone from school kids to Wall Street. so, why would anyone read assumptive articles like the above piece from Motley Fool, and possibly fall for the drivel. today no one should dare count Apple out. when we see the new iPhone and iOS that drives it we will be impressed. if Steve Jobs believed Apple would lead through the TV, believe it. in fact, if writers like this hapless fellow are trying to distract you, bet now on Apple. Do it!
peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.
brian patrick cork