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Scott Moritz Full of Ca-Ca. Again.

For those of you just tuning in, financial “analyst”, Scott Moritz of theStreet.com, has proven once again that he doesn’t know jack when it comes to Apple, how the technology sector works, or even the stock market. Moritz first spread rumors that Wall Street expected Apple to sell upwards of 1 million iPhones in the […]

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Is Thurrott Laughing Yet?

A full six months after the hugely successful launch of Nintendo’s innovative Wii game console, PC and Windows “analysts” Paul Thurrott published a predictable piece about how Microsoft’s XBOX 360 was the console to beat. Despite Thurrott’s own “concerns about the 360′s reliability” he still felt that consumers would choose the XBOX over both the […]

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I Believe

… 8 days of rest are bad for professional baseball teams. … I never want to have to choose between fires, mudslides or earthquakes. … in Bigoot Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster & the theory of Atlantis. … Apple is the most valuable computer maker in the world. … Scott Moritz couldn’t “analyze” his way […]

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Schadenfreude ala Apple

Ask Bill Gates, Rupert Murdoch or anyone who’s dared to stick their neck out on Survivor, and they’ll tell you being at the top is a dangerous place. As often happens in technology, industry and reality TV, the higher you dare to reach, the more people will want to see you fall. Judging by the […]

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Street Trash

If you are unfamiliar with the recent flap over TheStreet.com’s reporting of Wall Street’s so-called “whisper number” for the iPhone sales launch, take a minute and go read this post over at OneButtonMouse. Go ahead and read it, I’ll wait. I was content to let this story lie thanks to the great post Anthony had […]

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