Boy, did people laugh at me in 1985, the editor of a small-town start-up newspaper, with my Mac with its odd graphical interface and its even odder mouse. Those IBMers sure liked to laugh at my mouse. Of course mice caught on eventually, even with those stuffed-shirt IBM folks, as did the GUI, which Microsoft, with the aid of IBM and other box vendors, took and populated the world with, particularly in business. And where was the Mac? It was darling of the arts community. It took years and years for Apple to make its way into mainstream business. I wonder if the same pigeon-holing is going on once again with the iPhone. The folks at ZDNet blame AT&T's less-than-stellar network. http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=18281 Others point to the iPhone's lack of a "real" keyboard. Others say it lacks enterprise-worthy security capabilities. So, with Palm and Google preparing to make their next moves, where is the iPhone? It's the darling of the arts community. And the nicely-off (43% of iPhone owners earn north of $100k). Will the iPhone find a home in business? Does Apple want it to? Can it afford not to?