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pocharle
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Re: There's Plenty
pocharle   11/28/2012 12:43:52 PM
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I'll believe it when I see it. If that's the case, MSFT must have bought them out under the table.

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Re: Mobile phones
pocharle   11/28/2012 12:28:47 PM
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My own personal experiences. I guess having dealt with my parents and parent's friends who ALWAYS have questions about any new device (without even trying it out), I assumed he would be the same. Until we started getting voice texts (new feature of WP8). 

I was surprised!

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Mr. Roques   11/25/2012 5:05:20 PM
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I believe you skipped the real news from this article. RIM jumped to #3? We should look further into this... since every single article on the web says they are not going in the right direction.

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Susan Fourtané   11/25/2012 9:58:31 AM
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pocharle, 

Why could he possibly have needed any training? 

-Susan 

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Re: Mobile phones
pocharle   11/24/2012 5:46:58 PM
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I have a 60+ yo friend of a friend who got it & plays with it like a teenager would. Impressive since he didn't need any "training" at all.

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tech4people   11/24/2012 5:17:07 AM
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Susan,

To your last statement here  I agree and concur entirely!!!

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Susan Fourtané   11/24/2012 5:10:01 AM
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Ashish, 

Lemmings march toward the sea at certain time of the year despite the fact that they can't swim. :( No one knows exactly why. However, some thories have been published about the lemming behaviour. This behaviour is not understood by humans, but in the lemming cyrcle of life there is a point to it. 

Now, the parrot behaviour. Parrots repeat whatever they happen to hear, without any reason, or understanding of what they are saying. This behaviour is compared to the one I attribute to those humans who don't seem to give a second of their time to thinking, analyzing, and coming up with their own conclusions about something --like the specific thing we are discussing--.  

As for people always comparing and looking at what others do, well, you don't want to hear what I think of that. :D But if you know me a little by now, you can imagine.

-Susan 

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Re: Way Out?
Susan Fourtané   11/24/2012 4:58:24 AM
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Well, many Android apps are pretty bad, and pointless.

-Susan

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tech4people   11/24/2012 4:57:41 AM
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Susan,

You said it so yourself in a previous post-Most people are like Parrots(or should I say lemmings);who are ready to get herded off a cliff!!!

In such a sceanario the Public(which makes the Ultimate Buying Decisions)will always compare what others Feel or think about a particular smartphone.

Its inevitable and human nature.

Regards

Ashish.

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Re: Way Out?
tech4people   11/24/2012 4:54:57 AM
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Susan,

That's the big difference is'nt it?

In Android and IOS-Developers are clamouring to get in and develop apps for those platforms;with Windows you have to incentivize the Developer.

That says everything.

Ashish.

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