Sorry Joe Weisenthal but I do not see anything stupid in what Jesse Jackson Jr. said in his speech to the congress. Probably the weakest part of the speech is when he blames the iPad for the bad judgement of the editorial houses and libraries failing to see that paper is a dying method of preserving and distributing information and they need to assimilate the new methods. I'm sure that there is a lot of work behind digitizing all the existent published materials without losing any quality. But the point that Jesse Jackson Jr. is making is that Apple on top of making an existent issue more critical is not contributing in the creation of jobs in America, they use the cheaper labor of slaves in the Communist China. Yes, I used also the word Communist and no because I still living in the cold war era but because we are talking about the same China that many times has taking positions against USA defending the impossible. I did not hear Jesse Jackson proposing anything but if his intention was to propose the highest taxes possible to companies like Apple that are taking our jobs out the American soil, then He has my full support.
I know that getting back all those jobs could bring other problems including highest prices but having those jobs will make our economy stronger and we will have money to invest in our own land. So yes again, I vote for having the highest taxes and fines for those companies.
Tuesday, April 05, 2011
Tomorrow there is going to be a Press Conference where these two giants, Microsoft and Toyota will announce something. Sync? I won't deny that just few months ago before I acquired a Toyota Prius this feature today only available in Ford cars made me spent few minutes checking my options in Fix Or Repair Daily cars. This feature available in Toyota cars will make a huge difference in what car to buy. This is going to be a killer combination!
Monday, April 04, 2011
Of course I'm not talking about those guys from the movies! I'm talking about the Asus Eee Pad Transformer. It seems that we are closer than ever to the release date of this device. Best Buy will sell the 16 Gb version for $400 and $500 for the 32 Gb. These prices and the fact that Asus was the company that took the world by surprise conquering the netbook market make me believe that finally we will see a real competition in this category of mobile devices.