You could argue without apple would you have google? Unless you use windows (or another OS), in which case, you automatically have to vote for Steve.katie ta achoo said:Oh man.. Apple v. Google.. I don't know what to do!
I loves me the google, but I also loves me the Apple!
/*pulls out hair*
////yea, apple is awesome and stuff
/////but you do not compete with google
EGT said:You could argue without apple would you have google? Unless you use windows (or another OS), in which case, you automatically have to vote for Steve.
Uh, I don't understand your recap, so I guess we're even.katie ta achoo said:wait.. what?
This is just.. *WOOSH* I don't understand a word of what just went on!
/I voted for google
///Dude, they should have nominated "katrina"
////they could take my pic for that.
/////is named Katrina
But from that list?bluebomberman said:As much as I love Mr. Jobs, I don't think he's changed the world enough this year to get Person of the Year.
Given that... I don't know, Karl Rove or Dick Cheny? This has pretty much been the year of the world going to hell, on many different levels.bluebomberman said:Hope people remember that it goes to the most "newsworthy" person, not necessarily the most loved. Which is why our esteemed American president was last year's Person of the Year.
EDIT: From the site (they said it better than I can):
TIME's Person of the Year is the person or persons who most affected the news and our lives, for good or for ill, and embodied what was important about the year. Who do you think fits the bill this year?