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  1. Pingback: 29 shades of insult to injury | counternotions

  2. Pingback: Apple Maps: The Next Turn | counternotions

  3. Pingback: Google: “There has been a shift in our thinking…” | counternotions

  4. Pingback: An interim solution for iOS ‘multitasking’ | counternotions

  5. Pingback: 13 Ways Apple Has Been Blowing It For Years (AAPL) | Hillbilly News

  6. Pingback: 13 Ways Apple Has Been Blowing It For Years (AAPL) | The Las Angeles Times

  7. Pingback: Things Apple Has Not Yet Done « counternotions

  8. Pingback: What’s broken, patents or the legal system? « counternotions

  9. Pingback: Yellowcake, Yellow Journalism and Android « counternotions

  10. Pingback: A Memory Hole « counternotions

  11. Pingback: Google shows Microsoft how to connect the dots « counternotions

  12. Pingback: “Ordered Information” is not a paint job « counternotions

  13. Pingback: How many iDownloaders does it take to screw an App Store? « counternotions

  14. Pingback: Can Siri go deaf, mute and blind? « counternotions

  15. Pingback: “The Creepy Line” « counternotions

  16. Pingback: Is Siri really Apple’s future? « counternotions

  17. Pingback: Apple’s design problems aren’t skeuomorphic « counternotions

  18. Pingback: Is it too hard for you? « counternotions

  19. Pingback: Shouting « counternotions

  20. Pingback: What if they are not reasonable? « counternotions

  21. Pingback: Store Wars: Opt out, opt in, sell out, capitulate? « counternotions

  22. Pingback: iPhone OS 3: The moat strategy vs. features-fetishism « counternotions

  23. Pingback: Resolved: Apple is right to curate the App Store « counternotions

  24. Pingback: Apple’s Ambiguity: There’s an app for that « counternotions

  25. Pingback: Spirit of Siri at Apple 25 years ago « counternotions

  26. Pingback: Thanksgiving for 10 blunders Apple didn’t commit « counternotions

  27. Pingback: Fragmandroid: Google’s mad dash to Microsoftdom « counternotions

  28. Pingback: Buzz launch wasn’t flawed, Google’s intentions are « counternotions

  29. Pingback: Microsoft passes the “choice” bludgeon against Apple to Google « counternotions

  30. Pingback: How dogma begets anti-app myopia « counternotions

  31. Pingback: Apple to xplatform developers: We’re no longer suicidal « counternotions

  32. Pingback: The Unbearable Inevitability of Being Android, 1995 « counternotions

  33. Pingback: Apple’s hardware “dilemma” « counternotions

  34. Pingback: iPhone: The bet Steve Jobs didn’t decline « counternotions

  35. Pingback: Why Apple doesn’t do “Concept Products” « counternotions

  36. Pingback: To Map Or Not To Map « counternotions

  37. Pingback: Apple Maps: The FAQ « counternotions

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