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Stephane Beladaci (flexengineer)
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We know what we are, but we know not what we may become - William Shakespeare
We know what we are, but we know not what we may become - William Shakespeare

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#AppleTruth - Haha! I just asked Siri on my friend's new iPhone "who developed Siri". She answered "I was designed in California by Apple". I followed up asking "I did not ask who designed you, I asked who developed Siri". She got bitchy and answered "as it says on the box,  was designed in California by Apple". So, Siri is merely a technology bought by Apple for $50K which, while not lying per se, will deliver examples of the famous "Reality Distortion Field", will talk about itself in the third person, and will do so with a borderline condescending attitude. Therefore, Apple consumers have been lining up around the block of the AppStores worldwide to buy the same phone they bought the year prior, the iPhone 4, loaded with a bought-out voice recognition technology that knows how to bullshit with an attitude. With an extra "S" on the fancy box. No wonder APPL stock has been unstable over the past few years. Just my 2 cents.

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In case we need a reminder... there are more idiots than rockets scientists in this world. #HTML5 #OCCUPYSILICON
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So you guys like when I'm concerned and say it nicely, not big on sarcasm, don't like paperwork. Got you, will do :) 
http://twitter.com/flexengineer/status/552077476759732224

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I presume firing 2 to 4000 creative rockstars replaced with imported cheap labor massed produced by 3rd world Universities is one way to scale excellence. Now Adobe CEO's teaching the way at  #Stanford .

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That is really not new. Nobody caring because nobody seeing what it means, isn't either. What's funny is that we need blogs from the other end of the world to tell us. Says a lot about so called tech "press". It's time for some #CitizenJournalism.

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Fun look back at my ‪#‎ProfessionalJourney‬. Create yours now! http://www.slideshare.net/StephaneBeladaci/professional-journey-stephane-beladaci … via +SlideShare 

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I still cannot believe Steve Jobs threaten the CEO of Palm of a bogus patent attack for refusing to conspire to screw not just Apple's and Palm's employees, but more than 100,000 other tech workers from Adobe, Google, Walt Disney, Pixar, Lucasfilm and Intuit, among others.

The CEO of Palm told Jobs "I won't do this to my employees", to what Jobs replied by saying that Apple will use its patent portfolio to start an attack on Palm. He added "I’m sure you realize the asymmetry in the financial resources of our respective companies... We will both just end up paying a lot of lawyers a lot of money".

 Mind blowing! Reminds you something? Apple vs. Samsung, anyone?
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This is the full transcript of Steve Jobs' deposition in the ongoing #antitrust lawsuit over the iPod and iTunes. Six months before he died, Apple's then-CEO was asked questions aimed at determining whether the company broke antitrust laws in the early days of the digital music industry. This case is related to Job's anti-Flash crusade. The events took place in parallel to Apple's ban of Flash and its attempt to ban Adobe AIR, which was stopped by the European Competition Commissioner as part of an EU/FTC international joint preliminary antitrust investigation triggered by Adobe's formal complaint. Apple's lawyers refuse to release the video, even though it was shown at the trial earlier this month.

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Oh hell no, Apple! What do you mean, motion to file under seal? I have a blog to launch with the result of three years of research to show the public how and why the ban of Flash and push for #HTML5 have been the biggest antitrust and corporate bullying scam in he entire history of the Internet. That blog is called AppleTruth.com for a reason. I want the documents, all of it. We want to show the public Apple Steve Jobs in all his splendor.
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