All the Google Voice app nonsense in the past few weeks has really turned me off of Apple. I had started to warm up to them considering they have had some great products recently and their OS is built with Unix at its core. While I would never purchase an Apple product, I welcomed their competition to drive innovative products. I could rant on about the Google Voice fiasco but I feel like Mr. Arrington does a pretty good job of summing it up while explaining why he quit the iPhone.
Anyway, while the Google Voice thing pissed me off, I’m outraged that Apple is now censoring dictionaries. There are so many things wrong with that. So without further ado, I’d like to simultaneously introduce a new feature on my blog as well as…
Welcome Apple to my Shit List.
What’s that, Apple? Is that word offensive or inappropriate? Feel free to censor the sh*# out of it.
I’ve been meaning to make a few other lists as well so stay tuned, there will be more (like my anticipated games, etc).
Apple’s new low: censoring a dictionary – [Engadget]
Eric is a software engineer and father of two, who's hobbies include video games, open source software, and just being a geek. Read more from this author
One thought on “Apple’s new low: censoring a dictionary”
The only thing I like about Apple is the ipod. I am not interested whatsoever with anything else they offer.
I used to have a shit list on my old site. Maybe I should bring it back to my current one. It was always good for a laugh…