iQuote Of The Post-iDay

After fiddling with it for an hour, I know how to work the iPhone better than the Nokia I had for the past 2 years, even though the Nokia has far less capabilities.

Quick iPhone review

Today, I had the misfortune of trying to figure out how to send a text message on someone’s brand-new Samsung phone. Oh. My. God. My eyes nearly melted when I wrestled with the piece of shit.

If you haven’t yet handled an iPhone, you just have no damned idea of how different Apple has made the cellphone. They have made a bigger leap with the iPhone than they made in computers with the original Macintosh.

Microsoft likes to brag about the IQ test they torment potential employees with. Apple has just made that entire company of test-passers look like a bunch of masturbating mentally-retarded autists. Hey, Microsoft, here’s a hint — the iPhone is what we all thought, instinctively, Origami was going to be!

Nokia thinks its premier position in the cellphone industry is impregnable. Hey, Nokia, you showed the world the extent of your tinythinking with those Anti-Internet Tablets. You are gone gone gone. Good riddance!

Palm will never understand what hit it. The Treo is going to be cheep cheep cheep — on ebay. The flood will be such that Palm could build an ark and float on the jillions of Treos put up for sale.

With the iPhone, it’s apparent that Apple began designing it with just two questions in mind throughout: What makes sense? and What feels natural?

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