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Critics have questioned how long Apple could hold up WITHOUT the leader who crafted the company in his vision.
And now we know.
This week’s apology from Apple indicates more than a minor screw up or a chink in the armor for the near trillion dollar company, it’s representative of the huge paradigm shift that has taken place at Apple. Continue reading “Latest Apple Apology Shows Steve Jobs Vision is Officially Dead With Apple Soon To Follow” »
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BBC recently issued an apology after a report on the intense situation in Syria featured a UNSC logo from Halo. According to Gametrailers, the logo was apparently mistaken with an official UN logo by the obviously confused staff at BBC.
The report on the conflict in Syria featured the incorrect image on the displays behind the reporter. They apparently got mixed up between the United Nations Security Council and the United Nations Space Command from Halo. Continue reading “Halo Logo Mistakenly Appears On BBC News Report on Syria” »
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There have been plenty of instances when stars, directors, producers, et. al have come forward to say that a movie they participated in sucked — but really, when was the last time you heard a movie studio actually admit to f*cking up? At least as bad as Universal has over the past year or so?
This week Universal Studios defied all logic, came forward and admitted outright that two of their highly anticipated releases over the past year — in this case, The Wolfman (remember that one? Me neither) and Cowboys and Aliens — bombed big-time. Or in the words of an executive Continue reading “Did a Movie Studio Just Grow a Pair?” »