"Stop the gPhone madness!" says John C. Dvorak

Yeah, I know. This blog post will elicit comments from the Google Android fanboys who seem to always climb out from under their rocks when I make a post about Android. But, remember, I'm not the one writing these things. It ain't me! It's this John C. Dvorak dude at PC Magazine. I can't even pronounce Dvorak. :-) I don't have any association with John C. Dvorak. I don't even subscribe to PC Magazine. (But, mebbee I should now after reading this article...)

See:

John C. Dvorak (not me) sick of hearing about Google's Android

Here's a quote:

 I've had it with cell phones—all of 
 them.  I'm sick of reading about new 
 phones.  I'm sick of news about the 
 iPhone, how cool it is or that it 
 lacks a removable battery, and gosh 
 we need to discuss this important 
 flaw incessantly.  Who cares?  It's 
 a friggin' phone, for God's sake. 
 And now I'm sick of hearing about 
 Google's Android phones.  The gPhone, 
 the G1, the Android, or whatever 
 you want to call it.  Who cares?
Remember, I didn't write that. John C. Dvorak from PC Magazine wrote that. I loooooove Google's Android. ;-) (Read that as: I love how much other writers understand what's really going on with Google's Android)

Comments:

AMEN!!

Posted by Jason Kilgrow on October 25, 2008 at 01:35 AM PDT #

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