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Apple To Hold iPhone 4 Press Conference

wizzard2k Re:Will be a hard pill to swallow... (324 comments)

Hope they hold the conference in the right place, or nobody will be able to hear them!

more than 4 years ago

MMS Arrives For the iPhone — Will It Crash AT&T's Network?

wizzard2k Re:MMS is pretty pointless after all (153 comments)

I've been noticing similar effects with VZWATT for years. Glad to know its not just me. Also, sending from ATT, VZW friends usually get my texts, but sometimes successive texts in a row get delayed or not delivered until a new outgoing text is sent.
Email from the phone is more reliable.

about 5 years ago

No Right to Privacy When Your Computer Is Repaired

wizzard2k Re:Apple care (853 comments)

Opening files on a computer is hardly the same as kicking down a door.
I'd say a better metaphor for it would be calling the fire department to put out a fire in your meth lab.

more than 6 years ago



Colbert Ballot Bid Shot Down

wizzard2k wizzard2k writes  |  more than 6 years ago

wizzard2k (979669) writes "Some of you may have seen Stephen Colbert's bid for the South Carolina Presidential Primary, however it seems his hopes to appear on the ballot as a candidate for the Democratic Party have been shot down.
From the report: "Stephen Colbert's bid to get on the ballot for the upcoming Democratic primary in his home state was shot down on Thursday (November 1) by the executive committee of the South Carolina Democratic Party. Colbert's bid was voted down 13-3 ... Using criteria such as whether the candidate was recognized in the national news media as a legitimate candidate and whether they'd actively campaigned in the state, the committee put the kibosh on the Colbert bid."
A true blow to truthiness fans everywhere."

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