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2012-11-14 10:33:15 PM  

Carth: If google sold more than one phone you might actually have to do that. Since they only sell one Nexus phone at a time then you'd have to be pretty dumb to not know what one is the newest. Same with 7 inch and 10 inch tablets. You want the newest one? it is the one for sale.


Not all products are new. Not everyone buys new products. And sometimes you actually have to get tech support, and in that case -- believe it or not -- you actually need to know what device you own.
 
2012-11-14 10:33:35 PM  

MrEricSir: spawn73: MrEricSir: spawn73: MrEricSir: I'm really, really lost with Google's numbering system. How is it that the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 came out at the same time?

Do you have to be extremely intoxicated to work for Google's marketing department?

They didn't, the Nexus 10 and 4 came out at the same time.

And no, you're not very bright.

So Google can't get their product numbering straight -- and it's my fault?

Good thinking, smart guy.

You're the only one who can't figure it out.

I have no interest in jumping through arbitrary marketing hoops. If I have to check Wikipedia to figure out what a device is -- let alone which of two is newer -- then the marketing department has failed.

Even Microsoft gave up on this sort of nonsense and went back to contiguous numbering. It's almost like people want to know what they're buying.


It is contiguous numbering, it's the 4th Nexus phone. There were three Nexus phones before, this is number four in the row, it's called the Nexus 4.

Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.

Now, tablets and phones are two different product lines, that's why the number has different meanings.

But hang on fella, why do are they both called Nexus then. That's again to make it simple for, well not you, because you haven't got a clue, but for other people, to let them know that the device comes with an unmodified version of the Android OS, and will be kept up to date to the newest version by Google.
 
2012-11-14 10:40:40 PM  

spawn73: It is contiguous numbering, it's the 4th Nexus phone. There were three Nexus phones before, this is number four in the row, it's called the Nexus 4.

Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.


So what happens when they get to the 7th phone?


Now, tablets and phones are two different product lines, that's why the number has different meanings.

But hang on fella, why do are they both called Nexus then. That's again to make it simple for, well not you, because you haven't got a clue, but for other people, to let them know that the device comes with an unmodified version of the Android OS, and will be kept up to date to the newest version by Google.


That's idiotic even by Microsoft standards. It's almost like they don't understand that names refer to things.
 
2012-11-14 11:16:01 PM  
Horatio Hellpop approves?
 
2012-11-14 11:41:12 PM  

spawn73:
Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.


What will the 2nd generation of 7" tablets be called then?

Your numbering scheme falls apart at that exact point. You can't have two different devices with the same model number as it'd be a support nightmare. And "Nexus 7.1" neither trips off the tongue nor seems all that appealing.
 
2012-11-15 12:42:08 AM  

Vaneshi: spawn73:
Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.

What will the 2nd generation of 7" tablets be called then?

Your numbering scheme falls apart at that exact point. You can't have two different devices with the same model number as it'd be a support nightmare. And "Nexus 7.1" neither trips off the tongue nor seems all that appealing.


Windows 95!
 
2012-11-15 01:21:10 AM  
Vaneshi: spawn73:
Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.

What will the 2nd generation of 7" tablets be called then?


IIRC, this is the 2nd gen of the Nexus 7.

//Thinking of getting one.
///Anybody have reviews?
 
2012-11-15 01:22:03 AM  

spawn73: There were three Nexus phones before, this is number four in the row, it's called the Nexus 4.

Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.


What happens when
a) the next 7" tablet is released
b) the 7th phone is released

the numbering scheme is dumb
 
2012-11-15 01:32:26 AM  

moothemagiccow: spawn73: There were three Nexus phones before, this is number four in the row, it's called the Nexus 4.

Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.

What happens when
a) the next 7" tablet is released
b) the 7th phone is released

the numbering scheme is dumb


Windows me
 
2012-11-15 01:45:19 AM  

Vaneshi: spawn73:
Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.

What will the 2nd generation of 7" tablets be called then?

Your numbering scheme falls apart at that exact point. You can't have two different devices with the same model number as it'd be a support nightmare. And "Nexus 7.1" neither trips off the tongue nor seems all that appealing.


The ipad and ipod would like a word with you.
 
2012-11-15 01:53:12 AM  
I think that one reason why this phone is attractive is that the carriers are trying to kill off unlimited data.

Right now, I have unlimited data. It's been grandfathered for years. But if I upgrade via a subsidized phone, T-Mobile will now INSIST on changing my plan to something that's throttled after a few gigs.

However, if I buy an unlocked phone, they don't fark with me. Good enough. Hope other phone makers do the same thing.
 
2012-11-15 03:03:13 AM  

Vaneshi: spawn73:
Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.

What will the 2nd generation of 7" tablets be called then?

Your numbering scheme falls apart at that exact point. You can't have two different devices with the same model number as it'd be a support nightmare. And "Nexus 7.1" neither trips off the tongue nor seems all that appealing.


Who knows. Maybe those names will be stupid, or hard to understand.
 
2012-11-15 03:13:28 AM  

MrEricSir: spawn73: It is contiguous numbering, it's the 4th Nexus phone. There were three Nexus phones before, this is number four in the row, it's called the Nexus 4.

Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.

So what happens when they get to the 7th phone?


Who knows, it'll probably melt your brain given the difficulty you have with this.


Now, tablets and phones are two different product lines, that's why the number has different meanings.

But hang on fella, why do are they both called Nexus then. That's again to make it simple for, well not you, because you haven't got a clue, but for other people, to let them know that the device comes with an unmodified version of the Android OS, and will be kept up to date to the newest version by Google.

That's idiotic even by Microsoft standards. It's almost like they don't understand that names refer to things.


What the fark are you talking about? I just told you what Nexus refers to, it's a description of the devices capability. The fullname is LG Nexus 4, Asus Nexus 7 and Samsung Nexus 10 btw.
 
2012-11-15 04:43:36 AM  
FTA: a fairly standard cutting-edge smartphone

Not mutually exclusive?
 
2012-11-15 05:26:32 AM  

spawn73: MrEricSir: spawn73: It is contiguous numbering, it's the 4th Nexus phone. There were three Nexus phones before, this is number four in the row, it's called the Nexus 4.

Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.

So what happens when they get to the 7th phone?

Who knows, it'll probably melt your brain given the difficulty you have with this.


Now, tablets and phones are two different product lines, that's why the number has different meanings.

But hang on fella, why do are they both called Nexus then. That's again to make it simple for, well not you, because you haven't got a clue, but for other people, to let them know that the device comes with an unmodified version of the Android OS, and will be kept up to date to the newest version by Google.

That's idiotic even by Microsoft standards. It's almost like they don't understand that names refer to things.

What the fark are you talking about? I just told you what Nexus refers to, it's a description of the devices capability. The fullname is LG Nexus 4, Asus Nexus 7 and Samsung Nexus 10 btw.


You're kind of a dick, aren't you?
 
2012-11-15 06:02:57 AM  
I've never seen anyone have so much trouble understanding what `Nexus' is and what #'s mean even after being told numerous times.

Wow... Not sure if epic trolling or epic derp
 
2012-11-15 06:57:00 AM  
I have a Galaxy S3 and thought I was happy with my phone until I had a chance to play around with a Galaxy Note 2 yesterday. It will be mine, oh yes, it will be mine.
 
2012-11-15 08:43:40 AM  

styckx: I've never seen anyone have so much trouble understanding what `Nexus' is and what #'s mean even after being told numerous times.

Wow... Not sure if epic trolling or epic derp

It is not that hard to remember, but it is still an extremely stupid naming convention.
 
2012-11-15 09:13:22 AM  

RevMercutio:
IIRC, this is the 2nd gen of the Nexus 7.

//Thinking of getting one.
///Anybody have reviews?


1st, 2nd, 3rd who knows. As denoted by it's model number.

Antimatter:
The ipad and ipod would like a word with you.


The iPod classic hasn't been updated in years so someone saying they have a 'Classic' is easy. The shuffle, nano and touch models are refreshed periodically and you simply have to give the date. The iPad 2 is the odd man out of the usual Apple naming scheme of I agree however beyond that single item in their current line-up none of the iPod's or iPad's actually have a number anywhere in their name actual product name.

And they lack that for the exact reason I said the Nexus 7 is a poor way to name something, especially when you consider what the media will call the 7th generation of Google's phone line if the current convention continues... the Nexus 7.
 
2012-11-15 09:48:11 AM  

Vaneshi: RevMercutio:
IIRC, this is the 2nd gen of the Nexus 7.

//Thinking of getting one.
///Anybody have reviews?

1st, 2nd, 3rd who knows. As denoted by it's model number.

Antimatter:
The ipad and ipod would like a word with you.

The iPod classic hasn't been updated in years so someone saying they have a 'Classic' is easy. The shuffle, nano and touch models are refreshed periodically and you simply have to give the date. The iPad 2 is the odd man out of the usual Apple naming scheme of I agree however beyond that single item in their current line-up none of the iPod's or iPad's actually have a number anywhere in their name actual product name.

And they lack that for the exact reason I said the Nexus 7 is a poor way to name something, especially when you consider what the media will call the 7th generation of Google's phone line if the current convention continues... the Nexus 7.


Unless they just keep the Nexus 4 name to signify a 4.x inch screen. Then all the nexus products are just numbered after their screen size.
 
2012-11-15 09:48:42 AM  

KrispyKritter: $300 is cheapskate? $600 to play iPhone? Farking people are gotdamm idiots. no wonder you morans are good with paying $125 for stupid bluejeans. pinheads.


Some of us aren't, still got an old school flip phone, since all I need it to do is make calls and text. If a cheap enough option comes along that doesn't not require me to lock myself into a contract and pay a ridiculous monthly fee, much like this phone, I may consider it. Just to have something to do when I'm waiting here and there. Not this probably since thats as much as a damn xbox, but they are getting closer.
 
2012-11-15 09:58:49 AM  
This should have been Microsoft's strategy with the Surface.
 
2012-11-15 10:39:19 AM  

RevMercutio: Vaneshi: spawn73:
Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.

What will the 2nd generation of 7" tablets be called then?


IIRC, this is the 2nd gen of the Nexus 7.

//Thinking of getting one.
///Anybody have reviews?


plenty of reviews out there. I would like a new 7" tablet, and theoretically the nexus 7 is good. no sd slot, no hdmi out are still very bad things for what i want though.

the big plus is Google keeping the OS updated for you, but if 4.2 is a POS, then what is the advantage of that?

so that puts the Acer iconia a110 back into the mix for me because of micro sd & hdmi out, even if the nexus has a better screen.

I may just wait until Asus/ Google makes a nexus with hdmi out.
 
2012-11-15 10:41:56 AM  

moothemagiccow: spawn73: There were three Nexus phones before, this is number four in the row, it's called the Nexus 4.

Now, to make it really really simple, for people like you, on the tablet side, Google includes the specifications in the name. So the Nexus 7 comes with a 7" screen, the Nexus 10 comes with a 10" screen.

What happens when
a) the next 7" tablet is released
b) the 7th phone is released

the numbering scheme is dumb


This is the second Nexus phone to have a number in it's name. They are, in order:

Nexus One
Nexus S
Galaxy Nexus
Nexus 4

Other Nexus devices:

Tablets:

Nexus 7
Nexus 10

Media Hub:

Nexus Q

So, it's not really a numbering scheme. The manufacturer and Google work out a name for the device. If, for example, Motorola made the Nexus, it would have likely been called the Nexus RAZR.
 
2012-11-15 11:40:01 AM  

MagSeven: You're kind of a dick, aren't you?


Typical fanboyism. Google could release a product called Nexus -14 that smells like rotten flesh, weighs 22 pounds, and sends photos of you masturbating to your grandmother. If you didn't like it, Google fanboys would call you a worthless piece of shiat and ask you how many times you dug up and violated Steve Jobs' corpse today.
 
2012-11-15 12:00:07 PM  
This may be one of the lamest flamewars in the history of Fark.
 
db2
2012-11-15 12:09:06 PM  
So I picked up a Nexus 7, and while I like it, I'm not convinced Android outdoes iOS. It seems like all the openness and flexibility are spent on allowing you to attempt to fix an inconsistent, subpar UX. And while I'm fine with the idea of tinkering, I'm more concerned with just getting things done.

So, what's the killer app here? Sell me on it. Are there competent Android alternatives to things like iWork, Priorities, TouchDraw, etc? Anything that will sync directly with a desktop version of OneNote (with no "cloud" insecurity)? That is, heavy-hitting productivity software that lets you leave the laptop at home, rather than just widgets, hacks, and social networking apps.

On a related note, can't wait to check out the Windows 8 convertibles. The Iconia W510 looks promising.
 
2012-11-15 02:30:11 PM  
So how long will it tar to get more stock? My phone had an unfortunate encounter with the floor last week and I could use an affordable, unlocked replacement.
 
2012-11-15 03:49:22 PM  

Tumbleweed Garden: So how long will it tar to get more stock? My phone had an unfortunate encounter with the floor last week and I could use an affordable, unlocked replacement.


Google said they'll have more "in the coming weeks". Your guess is as good as mine.
 
2012-11-15 04:24:36 PM  

ingrown: Tumbleweed Garden: So how long will it tar to get more stock? My phone had an unfortunate encounter with the floor last week and I could use an affordable, unlocked replacement.

Google said they'll have more "in the coming weeks". Your guess is as good as mine.


Smells like an intentional shortage to me...
 
2012-11-15 05:12:09 PM  

db2: That is, heavy-hitting productivity software that lets you leave the laptop at home, rather than just widgets, hacks, and social networking apps.


Word processing and drawing programs are not heavy-hitting productivity software. Actual software for work is what laptops and pcs are for.
 
db2
2012-11-15 05:22:29 PM  

umad: db2: That is, heavy-hitting productivity software that lets you leave the laptop at home, rather than just widgets, hacks, and social networking apps.

Word processing and drawing programs are not heavy-hitting productivity software. Actual software for work is what laptops and pcs are for.


So I guess that's a 'no' then? Fair enough.
 
2012-11-15 08:40:15 PM  
Probably gonna get a Lumia 822 this Christmas season.

Isn't LG making this Nexus?
 
2012-11-15 09:53:14 PM  

db2:

So, what's the killer app here? Sell me on it. Are there competent Android alternatives to things like iWork, Priorities, TouchDraw, etc? Anything that will sync directly with a desktop version of OneNote (with no "cloud" insecurity)? That is, heavy-hitting productivity software that lets you leave the laptop at home, rather than just widgets, hacks, and social networking apps.

.


All Google Docs are available on andriod of course and Quickoffice Pro is a good enough office app that I think MS official version of Office in 2013 is going to have to be really good to get me to consider it.. There is a mobile version of OneNote for android made by MS i'd assume it syncs with the desktop version but I've never used it.

Swiftkey is amazing and there is nothing like it on iphone (i'm using an iphone 4S but will be getting a Nexus 4 as soon as it is available) but what convinced me to switch was the voice recognition software on android. It is finally good enough where I can just talk and it will compose an email, to do list, accurately enough that I'm not worried about stupid spelling errors.

Also the ability to encrypt your phone is a nice touch considering the rise in NFC and sensitive data on it.
 
db2
2012-11-16 07:02:24 AM  

Carth: All Google Docs are available on andriod of course and Quickoffice Pro is a good enough office app that I think MS official version of Office in 2013 is going to have to be really good to get me to consider it.. There is a mobile version of OneNote for android made by MS i'd assume it syncs with the desktop version but I've never used it.

Swiftkey is amazing and there is nothing like it on iphone (i'm using an iphone 4S but will be getting a Nexus 4 as soon as it is available) but what convinced me to switch was the voice recognition software on android. It is finally good enough where I can just talk and it will compose an email, to do list, accurately enough that I'm not worried about stupid spelling errors.

Also the ability to encrypt your phone is a nice touch considering the rise in NFC and sensitive data on it.


I've had my eye on Quickoffice. I wonder how it stacks up against Documents To Go on iOS (which isn't exactly the cream of the crop, but gets the job done).

I think the official OneNote only syncs via SkyDrive or some nonsense. I occasionally put mildly sensitive client info in my notes, and don't want to put them at risk with some 3rd party storage service. If I have to do that, I use something like mSecure which encrypts everything before syncing it with Dropbox.
 
2012-11-16 09:59:16 AM  

MrEricSir: spawn73: MrEricSir: spawn73: MrEricSir: I'm really, really lost with Google's numbering system. How is it that the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 came out at the same time?

Do you have to be extremely intoxicated to work for Google's marketing department?

They didn't, the Nexus 10 and 4 came out at the same time.

And no, you're not very bright.

So Google can't get their product numbering straight -- and it's my fault?

Good thinking, smart guy.

You're the only one who can't figure it out.

I have no interest in jumping through arbitrary marketing hoops. If I have to check Wikipedia to figure out what a device is -- let alone which of two is newer -- then the marketing department has failed.

Even Microsoft gave up on this sort of nonsense and went back to contiguous numbering. It's almost like people want to know what they're buying.


Let me get this straight-
-There is a device called a "Nexus 4" that has a 4.7" screen
-There is a device called the "Nexus 7" and it has a 7.0" screen
-There is a device called the "Nexus 10" and it has a 10.39" screen

And yet you claim that you are baffled by the numbering system.

You sir are an idiot. I think you should stick with Apple products.
 
2012-11-16 10:04:44 AM  

styckx: I've never seen anyone have so much trouble understanding what `Nexus' is and what #'s mean even after being told numerous times.

Wow... Not sure if epic trolling or epic derp


I think it's epic derp.

If we substitute the word "Nexus" for the word "Potato" I believe this idiot would have a better chance of understanding.
 
2012-11-16 01:11:50 PM  

Leeds: Let me get this straight-
-There is a device called a "Nexus 4" that has a 4.7" screen
-There is a device called the "Nexus 7" and it has a 7.0" screen
-There is a device called the "Nexus 10" and it has a 10.39" screen

And yet you claim that you are baffled by the numbering system.

You sir are an idiot. I think you should stick with Apple products.


Yes, I'm an idiot because someone else has completely failed at marketing. Good job drinking the Google kool aid, I'm sure they'll have more coming your way with the aforementioned Nexus -14!
 
2012-11-16 01:18:58 PM  

MrEricSir: Leeds: Let me get this straight-
-There is a device called a "Nexus 4" that has a 4.7" screen
-There is a device called the "Nexus 7" and it has a 7.0" screen
-There is a device called the "Nexus 10" and it has a 10.39" screen

And yet you claim that you are baffled by the numbering system.

You sir are an idiot. I think you should stick with Apple products.

Yes, I'm an idiot


See, that wasn't so hard now, was it?
 
2012-11-16 01:27:00 PM  

MrEricSir: Leeds: Let me get this straight-
-There is a device called a "Nexus 4" that has a 4.7" screen
-There is a device called the "Nexus 7" and it has a 7.0" screen
-There is a device called the "Nexus 10" and it has a 10.39" screen

And yet you claim that you are baffled by the numbering system.

You sir are an idiot. I think you should stick with Apple products.

Yes, I'm an idiot because someone else has completely failed at marketing. Good job drinking the Google kool aid, I'm sure they'll have more coming your way with the aforementioned Nexus -14!


A 14 inch tablet is getting ridiculous. Why not just use a laptop if you are going to carry around something that big anyway?

You are probably right though. Apple's way of doing things makes much more sense. What else are you going to name the 6th generation of your smartphone with a 4 inch screen? Calling it the iPhone 5 is the only thing that makes any sense.
 
2012-11-16 01:28:00 PM  

Leeds: Let me get this straight-
-There is a device called a "Nexus 4" that has a 4.7" screen
-There is a device called the "Nexus 7" and it has a 7.0" screen
-There is a device called the "Nexus 10" and it has a 10.39" screen

And yet you claim that you are baffled by the numbering system.


www.joblo.com

But what do they call them in France?
 
2012-11-16 01:41:35 PM  

umad: You are probably right though. Apple's way of doing things makes much more sense. What else are you going to name the 6th generation of your smartphone with a 4 inch screen? Calling it the iPhone 5 is the only thing that makes any sense.


I'm not saying Apple's numbering system is perfect, but at least there was a total ordering. Google's system involves taking imperial measurements and applying an unusual rounding function. There's no way to deduce the lineage from the number scheme.

If you think the Nexus product names make sense, then you must not have a background in tech.
 
2012-11-16 01:55:02 PM  

MrEricSir: There's no way to deduce the lineage from the number scheme.


I was agreeing with you. Numbers are only useful for innacurately counting things. Any company that expects their customers to be smart enough to use them for anything else is evil. They're just getting enjoyment from making Apple customers feel dumb. That's just mean.

/numbers show screen size
//Can't explain that.
 
2012-11-16 02:01:58 PM  

MrEricSir: If you think the Nexus product names make sense, then you must not have a background in tech.


This is reeeeeally funny coming from an Apple user btw. I love how you guys think that using your dumbed down and locked down toys gives you "a background in tech".

/have a background in tech
 
2012-11-16 02:08:38 PM  

umad: This is reeeeeally funny coming from an Apple user btw. I love how you guys think that using your dumbed down and locked down toys gives you "a background in tech".


It's reeeeeeally funny that you've branded me as an "Apple user." I guess everyone who doesn't drink the kool aid must be a fanboy from a different brand, eh?
 
2012-11-16 02:20:04 PM  

MrEricSir: umad: You are probably right though. Apple's way of doing things makes much more sense. What else are you going to name the 6th generation of your smartphone with a 4 inch screen? Calling it the iPhone 5 is the only thing that makes any sense.

I'm not saying Apple's numbering system is perfect, but at least there was a total ordering. Google's system involves taking imperial measurements and applying an unusual rounding function. There's no way to deduce the lineage from the number scheme.

If you think the Nexus product names make sense, then you must not have a background in tech.


I learned how to round down roughly 15 years before I became an engineer. How you can be a grown-up and lack the ability to round down is baffling to me.
;
Unless you're just a troll. (And a pathetic one at that) You should study farker letrole's comments before you embarrass yourself again with such a weak-premised trolling attempt.
 
2012-11-16 02:32:18 PM  

MrEricSir: umad: This is reeeeeally funny coming from an Apple user btw. I love how you guys think that using your dumbed down and locked down toys gives you "a background in tech".

It's reeeeeeally funny that you've branded me as an "Apple user." I guess everyone who doesn't drink the kool aid must be a fanboy from a different brand, eh?


I'm sorry. I just interpereted your inability to understand simple concepts and promotion of Apple's illogical numbering system as something one of their customers would do.

So what phone do you own then?
 
2012-11-16 02:35:18 PM  

Leeds: I learned how to round down roughly 15 years before I became an engineer. How you can be a grown-up and lack the ability to round down is baffling to me.
;
Unless you're just a troll. (And a pathetic one at that) You should study farker letrole's comments before you embarrass yourself again with such a weak-premised trolling attempt.


Ah yes, the "I don't agree with you, therefore you're a troll" strategy. Spoken like a truly brain-dead fanboy.


umad: I'm sorry. I just interpereted your inability to understand simple concepts and promotion of Apple's illogical numbering system as something one of their customers would do.

So what phone do you own then?


Sorry, product ownership and fanboyism are two unrelated concepts.

Try again.
 
2012-11-16 02:44:32 PM  

MrEricSir: Leeds: I learned how to round down roughly 15 years before I became an engineer. How you can be a grown-up and lack the ability to round down is baffling to me.
;
Unless you're just a troll. (And a pathetic one at that) You should study farker letrole's comments before you embarrass yourself again with such a weak-premised trolling attempt.

Ah yes, the "I don't agree with you, therefore you're a troll" strategy. Spoken like a truly brain-dead fanboy.


Your claim that technical people lack the understanding needed to perform the complex mathematical operation of rounding down wasn't a troll???

I hope you realize that means you're back to "idiot" status.
 
2012-11-16 02:50:54 PM  

Leeds: Your claim that technical people lack the understanding needed to perform the complex mathematical operation of rounding down wasn't a troll???


Poor marketing means I'm a troll/idiot. Yes, you've already expressed your absurd opinion repeatedly, but continue blaming me for Google's failings. Go right ahead, I'm putting you on my "special needs" list.
 
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