On AT&T's website, everyone has the option to select "Not My Device" on their AT&T dashboard. At the same time, we all switch our "Not My Device" to some random phone of our choosing.
If they don't want New York City to have the iPhone, then the entire state of New York should go along with their thinking. We won't have the iPhone. We'll have something else. If they really want us to, they'll have to switch it back.
December 31st, 11:30pm. It'll be more than a simple few account fixes at that time. Everyone at AT&T will be gone or drunk or both, and who knows what kind of chaos this could create.
I say it's worth a shot. Let's go New York. Show AT&T that they're really the ones making the choice here. Stick it to them with a healthy dose of literal sarcasm. It's their call. Let them live with the consequences.
Monday, December 28, 2009
Friday, December 4, 2009
...and those are my current stats.
Obviously, I used it on the only laptop I have; my iBook G4.
Why does this matter? That's the original battery...
From the final production run of these little powerhouses back in I believe 2003. I have the 1.33ghz model. The very last.
It's now 6 years old. On its way to a great big shun from even receiving Apple repairs or service of any sort. Still it lives. Rock on, little iBook. Rock on.
Posted by SkippyThorson at 3:50 PM