Wednesday, September 26, 2007

rest of the world still running equivalent of DOS

"The significance of the iPhone is not that it is the best phone/smartphone. It isn’t. It is, however, the first of its kind, an elegant if flawed harbinger of a new era — just like its ancestor, the first Mac. The rest of the world is still running the equivalent of DOS. When you use the iPhone, you are using the future of portable, personal computing." LINK from Bob Matsuoka via David Strom
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