Crazy Flakes aren't just for breakfast anymore. No, as this week's cast of pundits will show, the tasty treat is for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and all those extra meals hobbits eat. Apparently, some bit has switched somewhere—like a Manchurian candidate being triggered—and everyone is willfully ignoring the state of things in Cupertino. Samsung, meanwhile, gets a note from its doctor to skip Ethics 101, and a writer for The New Yorker uses some bad examples to show how "badly off" Apple is. Reality distortion polarity shift Investors, it seems, are like babies. If you take something out of their immediate line of sight, they think it no longer exists. For months we've heard that Apple is done, that the company is simply going to try to eke out whatever growth remains in its existing product lines and never introduce another groundbreaking product ever—because if it were, it would have already done so in the last year since Steve Jobs died. That's not hyperbole. That's the actual argument presented by many who don't believe that something that they cannot see actually exists, no matter how many times Apple's shown them that it does. And the Macalope predicts that Tim Cook telling… Read full this story
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