Daily Commentary – Thursday, February 25, 2016 – In San Bernardino, We Have Two Dead Terrorists and One Locked Cell Phone

  • The FBI needs help getting into the cell phone. You would think Apple would have no problem helping the FBI as it might help stop more people getting hurt or killed

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Daily Commentary – Tuesday, July 22, 2014 – Ex Whitehouse Press Secretary Jay Carney Possible New Job

  • Rumor is Apple in talks with Jay Carney for a public relations position with the company

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Move Over iPhone, the Launch of New Samsung Galaxy IV Rumored to Feature Eye Control Including ‘eye pause’ and ‘eye scroll’

Remember when Apple and Iphones used to come out with this type of ground breaking, cutting edge technology?

The new Samsung Galaxy rumored to feature eye control functionality including ‘eye pause’ and ‘eye scroll’.  The S4 which will let users scroll around apps and websites simply by moving their eyes. NICE! Other enhancements are that it is also expected to be powered by an eight core processing chip, compared to the iPhone’s two, and to have a larger screen – 5in compared to 4.8in on the S3 and  a 13 megapixel camera, as opposed to the iPhone’s eight.  The Samsung Galaxy is about to take a huge bite out of Apple.

 The iPhone is to face its biggest challenge for supremacy in the smartphone market this week with the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy.

In what has been described as the most eagerly awaiting technology release of the year, the Galaxy S4 will be unveiled in New York on Wednesday and rumors are the device will feature eye control.

The S4’s predecessor, the S3, already had a feature called Smart Stay that detected if users were looking at the screen.

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Hypocrisy, Look Who Has Investments in Companies like Apple, GE & IBM that Outsource Jobs Overseas … Barack Obama of Course


For all his bad mouthing, for all his condemnation of Mitt Romney, Bain Capital and the misrepresentations and lies of outsourcing of jobs overseas, guess who has investments in some of the biggest US companies that outsource jobs overseas? Why that would the the “Carnival Barker” in Chief Barack Obama of course. Obama has accused Mitt Romney of profiting from companies that shipped jobs overseas, yet our dear leader has done the exact same thing. More than 30% of his income comes from overseas.

As reported at the Washington Examiner, Barack Obama has profited greatly from companies that have shipped jobs overseas. What’s your response to this Barack, cat got your tongue? There is actually nothing wrong with investing in the Vanguard 500 Index Fund that contains outsourcing companies, the problem is you do not get to be two-faced and accuse another of something that you are doing yourself.

But Obama’s own portfolio shows a willingness to invest in American corporations that have shifted employment overseas.

In his most recent financial disclosure from 2011, Obama and his wife reported having between $200,000 and $450,000 in the Vanguard 500 Index Fund, which invests in the largest U.S. corporations. According to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, as of Sept. 30, 2011, the fund’s biggest holding was 8,272,039 shares of Apple Inc., then valued at $3.2 billion.

The mutual fund that the Obamas have invested in also held 94,582,281 million shares of General Electric, valued at $1.4 billion, as of the SEC filing. The multinational conglomorate has a long history of outsourcing – according to a new book  cited by the New York Times, in 1989, “G.E. became the first U.S. company to outsource software work to India.” Obama also has close ties to GE’s CEO, Jeffrey Immelt, who was appointed as chairman of his outside panel of economic advisers last year.

In addition to Apple and GE, the Obamas’ fund listed 10,655,961 shares of International Business Machines, valued at $1.9 billion. As the Wall Street Journal reported in 2009, “The technology giant has been steadily building its work force in India and other locations while reducing the number of workers based in the U.S. Foreign workers accounted for 71% of Big Blue’s nearly 400,000 employees.

Co-Founder of Apple Steve Jobs Dead at the Age of 56

Remembering that you are going to die, is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking that you have something to lose. You are already naked, there is no reason not to follow your heart. (Steve Jobs, 2005)

Steve Jobs: 1995 – 2011 … Rest in Peace

Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple has died at the age of 56. Sadly, we knew this day was coming as Jobs battled pancreatic cancer, but we just did not want to believe it. He recently stepped down from Apple and many knew that this day was inevitable.  However, what this man did and his vision he brought forth in life … will last an eternity. What an amazing affect this man, who never graduated college, had on all of us and the world. His family said in a released statement by Apple, Mr. Jobs “died peacefully today surrounded by his family.”


Watch Steve Jobs inspiration speech for the 2005 Stanford Commencement Address

Steve Jobs talks about death, “if you live each die as if it was your last, someday you will most certainly be right”. Jobs would ask himself every day when he looked in the mirror, if today was the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” Whenever the answer was no for too many days in a row, Jobs knew he had to change something.

From the Boston Globe:

“He taught all of us how to transform technology into magic,” said John Sculley, Apple’s chief executive in the mid-1980s, and the man who once had Jobs kicked out of the company he’d co-founded.

After he was ousted, Jobs endured a decade of exile. But the experience taught him lessons that would, once he returned, help him lead Apple to unimaginable heights of achievement.

I remember my first Mac, actually it was a Macintosh, as I just dated myself. Typing away and trying to finish my senior thesis for history. I look back on that experience and am in awe just how far we have come in the PC world and just how before its time that Mac really was. Oh those days of the floppy disk.

Steve Jobs, you will be missed, Rest in Peace.

UPDATE I: From Michelle Malkin comes an interesting and appropriate analysis in the face of the anti-capitalist rallies in NYC and across the US juxtaposed to the passing of Steve Jobs. What would the world be like without the vision o Steve Jobs, are we supposed to be upset that he made money fro his visions and hard work? Not in the slightest.

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