Well, since you've brought it up:AmigoMac said:Hey, I won't use my rolex, I don't want to be walking propaganda, I use better an old casio and removed the brand
What about my pants? and shoes?, maybe there is no comparison, but there are a lot of pieces which became an icon in the community... Mobile phones, anyone?
Yup, that is indeed the basic point of the article. And it is true for some people.Blaaze said:I understand and agree with the sentiment in the article. I would best explain it as, you want to be different, but once everybody else is different too, you have to be different again.
There is nothing wrong with casio, I have one too, as I have an iPod and don't need to tell everyone, I mean, a theory of that article isawulf said:What's wrong with Casio watches?
Yeah, that's what I was trying to say, but you said it better. Nice.macnulty said:Interesting article but to go against the trend to be non-comformist is itself conforming rather then just doing what you want regardless of which way the wind is blowing. To change your behavior because of what over people think? How lame is that, especially over earbuds.
hmm i haven't heard about 1 mercedes owner who bought a mercedes because it was 'hip' or somehow 'special'Rocket Rion said:This is the silliest article I've ever read about Apple. Do Mercedes drivers disguise their car as a Saturn? What's wrong with people?!
some people don't want others to think they are just using the iPod because it's trendy or they don't want to get it stolen.Rocket Rion said:This is the silliest article I've ever read about Apple. Do Mercedes drivers disguise their car as a Saturn? What's wrong with people?!
Watch - none... my band broke and I'm waiting to get an iPod with a clockNermal said:Well, since you've brought it up: