Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 22nd Oct 2008 07:33 UTC
Legal Earlier this week we reported on the court case between Apple and PsyStar, stating they went into settlement negotiations. Details, however, were sparse. The law firm representing PsyStar has now replied to the matter, and there's good news for those of us who hope to see crazy EULA clauses tested in court.
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RE[2]: is dong fine
by bhuot on Wed 22nd Oct 2008 20:36 UTC in reply to "RE: is dong fine"
bhuot
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2008-09-18

What do you disagree with Roughly Drafted over - that he doesn't agree with your opinions. If you read his articles, they are filled with facts and common sense. But since he doesn't get big money from Microsoft for ads, you believe he can't be reasoned in his opinions?

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RE[3]: is dong fine
by Thom_Holwerda on Wed 22nd Oct 2008 20:53 in reply to "RE[2]: is dong fine"
Thom_Holwerda Member since:
2005-06-29

What do you disagree with Roughly Drafted over - that he doesn't agree with your opinions. If you read his articles, they are filled with facts and common sense. But since he doesn't get big money from Microsoft for ads, you believe he can't be reasoned in his opinions?


Because RD is the worst piece of biased fanboyism in the history of evar. That site distorts, manipulates, and comes up with nonsense, all in the defense of Apple, like there's some sort of concentrated effort going on in the media to discredit the company.

RD is the Fox News of the tech world - no, in fact, they're worse. Everybody more or less agrees Fox News is moronic, whereas there are apparantly still people out there who trust RD.

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RE[4]: is dong fine
by bhuot on Wed 22nd Oct 2008 20:56 in reply to "RE[3]: is dong fine"
bhuot Member since:
2008-09-18

Well I feel the same when I read most mainstream websites that have ads constantly showing for Microsoft products berating Apple and if you say anything negative about Windows, you are called a troll. I am as much a fan of Linux as I am of Apple, but the reason why I get defensive is that most things published in the media about Apple are not true.

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