Friday 18 February 2011
iPhone: Hi I am an iPhone and I work for Steve Jobs. Android: Hi I am an Android phone & I work for you.
Back in the the not too distant past Apple used to entertain us with amusing ads depicting an awkward PC and a cool and suave Mac, things have changed and we no longer see those ads but what if the iPhone met Android maybe it might just go like this.
iPhone: Hi I am an iPhone and I work for Steve Jobs.
Android: Hi I am an Android phone & I work for you.
iPhone: I give Steve Jobs 30% of all the revenue I get from all the app’s and content creators. I personally only approve what I like so that I can sell it at over inflated prices, because only I can decide what you want.
Android: you must really give people the irritates.
iPhone: It’s my way or the highway , I run the show round here
Android: Well if arrogance was the guarantee of survival, you have it in the bag. I however love openness and choice and we will see what the people decide. Clearly I offer a choice, so let’s see if you really have what the people want.
iPhone: I am the choice and I will choose what they can do with what I allow them to have, all bow to me and my illogical rules
Android: Hi I am an Android phone & I work for you
By Simon Johanson
Is it ? or a pipe dream of our current government to etch their memory in concrete
Ripe for redevelopment ... An aerial picture of Fishermans Bend.
New inner-city 'growth' suburb to be created
Fishermans Bend to be transformed
Two-hundred hectares of land
Is it a good idea? VOTE, post a COMMENT
AN AREA more than twice the size of Docklands is to be opened up for inner-city housing under an ambitious plan to be launched within months by the Baillieu government.
About 200 hectares of land around Fishermans Bend - now a light-industrial area of factories and vacant lots near