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« on: October 21, 2015, 03:00:16 pm »

Upside down: Portraying Apple’s strengths as a weakness

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What is it about our culture that prompts us to write stories that tell you that thing you think is true is not only not true but the exact opposite is true?</p><p>
Writing for the Washington Post, Hayley Tsukayama warns us of “The catch-22 that could hurt Apple down the road.” (Tip o’ the antlers to SamT.)</p>

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Despite my iPhone's insistence, I really don't care that much about hockey. And that's a problem for Apple News — and privacy-minded consumers everywhere.</p>

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