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The Mind of an Apple User
Member Name: geoffcampos
Date: 18/06/01, updated on 18/06/01 (71 review reads)
Advantages: Swish, proprietary, loyal
Disadvantages: better if not swish, proprietary, ludicrously loyal
It is wholly due to the inevitable conflation of rampant consumerism and technology that I am able to write a review on the product that is the human brain. I would like to opine on the combined synaptic transactions of a typical, contemporary Apple computer user.
I have had a lot of experience with this product and have generally found it to be reasonably user friendly in most respects, creative to the point of serious self-importance, cliquey to the extent of Freemasonry, negligibly more powerful than others and uncommon in my field of expertise. It is no more stable than other computer user brains contrary to claims.
Although it's computational processes are sound and fall in line with the norm, it has a distinct propensity for unnecessary aesthetic considerations at the expense of functional efficacy.
Its most pronounced programmatic peculiarity is an almost apotheosizing zealousness for the manufacturer of its silicon-based counterpart. Despite being disenfranchised repeatedly (with marked frequency), charged a premium and constrained by incompatibility the Apple Computer Users Mind retains its almost Psion-like, blinkered loyalty.
This endemic aspect is excacerbated by reflex pouring of scorn with wrath and vigour upon those unworthy souls not lucky or superior enough to own a Mac. These brains also (if given the opportunity) wax didactically of the debt owed to Apple by all and sundry despite the various and devious 'assimilations' perpetrated by the faith itself.
In conclusion, I maintain that the giganeurone brain of the Apple Computer User is wanting in the plays well and fairly with others category and heavily laden with hypocracy and misunderstanding of prioritized business cases. In short, these fine brains must open their eyes to see the larger picture and learn to appreciate and respect the needs, opinions and priorites of others.