In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
(David Kaye) wrote:
> Isn't that just like Apple -- charge for the product and charge for the
> I know lots of folks who are mightily pissed that Apple's solution to a
> broken iPod is to get a new one.
That is the way many companies work. In broadcasting, you have to adapt
just about everything to your particular needs...and once done, the
manufacturer won't even look at it again.
> If this were Microsoft they'd have issued a fix at no charge. Microsoft is
> just that kind of company...
Now...if their devices could be worth buying in the first place...
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