“Earlier this month I sold my 11.6-inch MacBook Air (using Samsung Series 5 Chromebook now) and iPhone 4 (switched back to Google Nexus S),” Joe Wilcox hit-whores for Betanews. “I don’t miss either Apple product. Not the least bit. In reflecting, I realize that the spell is broken. Without Apple Chairman Steve Jobs driving innovation or inspiring passion — the oft-called ‘reality distortion field’ — my Apple enthusiasm is gone. Perhaps it’s return to sanity.”
I should have connected the dots sooner, but often people don’t easily apply even basic math to emotional matters, because the nuances move swiftly on the surface with many slower currents and fast-churning eddies below. The ocean is an excellent analogy. Yesterday, in viewing Nate Mook’s slideshow of 20 products introduced by Jobs, and resurfacing emotions about the different launches,” Wilcox blathers insipidly. “I had an epiphany. I could see how much Jobs’ passion infected mine — his ability to inspire about what Apple products offered.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Seriously, Joe, if you’re this desperate for hits, you’re doing something wrong. Betanews, if this is intended to be satire, hire a better writer next time.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jimmy W.” for the heads up.]