BaseballGuy - 3:41 pm on Sep 21, 2012 (gmt 0)
Somewhat relevant to this discussion....
I was at South Coast Plaza yesterday (a huge mall in Cost Mesa).
I was walking with a friend and we passed by what looked like a new Apple Store. Upon further investigation, it was a Microsoft store, designed to look like Apple. They had employees in the front window moving their arms up and down....they were playing some sort of video game.
The ENTIRE STORE was empty, and this was mid-day.
Hilarious to watch these huge unethical companies fight each other in court with one hand, and copy what their competitors are doing with the other.
Pathetic that our Federal Government does not have the power to shut down these unethical practices, and are merely there to provide the illusion that our government is strong on protecting the people and the consumer from unethical and illegal business practices.
The novelty here is that Google apparently circumvented the privacy protections built into Apple’s Safari browser in a deliberate, and ultimately, successful fashion.
Mmmm that's delicious irony. Google gets all pissy when SEO's successfully reverse engineer their algorithm....yet it's apparently ok for Google to do the same to their competitors. Google then sends the biggest red herring alive out to search conferences in order to disseminate more disinformation.
How did that expression go? "When the shoe is on the other foot"?