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Apr 29th 2010 8:23PM Of course you CAN comment and give your opinion.
But when you don't really watch it, do a one sentence post, offer no meaningful discussion or thoughts, it just seems like useless spite.
Apr 27th 2010 2:52PM I was really hoping they'd let it run for a long time, and then just syndicate the hell of it like they did Hercules and Xena.
Long term investment!
Apr 19th 2010 3:42PM Yeah, I'm just going by the buyer's guide. I'd hate to buy a new computer and have it refreshed as early as this year.
Apr 19th 2010 2:59PM I've really debated on getting an imac lately. I really do want one, the large screen, the pretty quick speeds, the much much larger hard drive (than my mac book pro).
Right now I'm just having a hard struggle trying to make myself wait until their next refresh. Which I think comes in the Fall.
Unless someone wants to talk me out of waiting? ;)
Apr 13th 2010 7:09PM If this is the case, please please please make a deal with Pandora. It would be nice to listen to have Pandora scrobble automatically, instead of using pandora-fm http://pandorafm.real-ity.com/login.php
Apr 8th 2010 11:36AM I disagree.
Everything you said was just an assumption that Nintendo will make more quality of games than the developers that work on Apple devices because....they just do? Sorry, that's not enough of an argument for me.
Especially as Apple continues to woe major developers such as EA, Ubisoft, etc, and developers continue porting their DS/PSP games to Apple devices, ports of older quality games (FF, Earthworm Jim, etc...) , there's no clear reason why Nintendo automatically reigns supreme.
And your parent analogy, isn't it just likely that since there has been a remarkable increase in the amount of teenagers and younger having a cell phone, that parents wouldn't eventually just buy an iphone instead of a cell phone + ds/psp/whatever?
This is no time for Nintendo to just be smug. Again, the Microsoft & Sony have said the same thing about the Wii. It's great for casuals (or as you said short games or "puzzles"), but if people want real games, they'll come to the xbox or playstation.
“We don’t feel like the Wii customer and the Xbox customer are the same thing,” he said. “We think that as soon as the Wii customer turns 14 they want something else.”
"We feel very confident that the PlayStation fan is going to wait until they can get a PlayStation 3. If they do pick up a Wii, it's as more of a novelty."
Apr 7th 2010 11:12PM I've never met a self respecting human with taste that likes HIMYM. Which is sad, because I like almost everyone on it.
Apr 7th 2010 4:02PM I just find it hypocritical, because that's the exact same thing Microsoft and Sony have been saying about Nintendo's low graphic offerings. And always Nintendo emphasized fun over graphics...unless it's their competition I guess.
Mar 29th 2010 3:03PM What I don't understand about Fox supporters is this, let's say you think all the mainstream media is biased.
You think CNN is some liberal group out trying to liberalize America or something. The thing is, at least what they have on air, is at least trying to be neutral. They avoid coming out with viewpoints/opinions, they try to make sure they have sources before they say anything (and even then, they tend not to make strong comments).
So even if you think that's the case, why would you go to Fox News which is blatantly biased, that's pushing an opinion on you? It's like, if you're truthfully against biased news, then don't go to the place that has the most blatant biases, just because you agree with it.
Mar 15th 2010 2:25PM I would be more excited if it used all of the check ins I currently do. It doesn't.
I use foursquare, yelp, and causeworld to "check in".