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Not Ready for the Enterprise..? Please. August 2, 2007

Posted by shubber in Uncategorized.
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You KNOW Captain Kirk would have one of these cool iPhones if they were available in Starfleet.

Yet, apparently, according to this article from MacNN, the wise folks at our all-knowing precursor to Starfleet, known as NASA, have decided that the iPhone is not ready for the enterprise, and have thus banned them from the workplace.

I don’t know, considering how much of our money NASA has managed to piss away on the manned spaceflight program over the past 25 years, without much to show for it, maybe Apple would have done a better job making space both consumer friendly and cooler to look at and play with…?

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1. Brian - August 2, 2007

maybe Apple would have done a better job making space both consumer friendly and cooler to look at and play with…?

Obvious muttered rejoinder: They couldn’t do worse.

2. Bugsy O'Halloran III, Esq. - August 3, 2007

Apple’s already got the explosives part down. Hoy-o!

3. Loving Misanthrope - August 4, 2007

NASA and Apple doesn’t exist in the 24th Century. Freaks.

4. shubber - August 4, 2007

NASA and Apple doesn’t exist in the 24th Century. Freaks.

Apparently, neither does correct usage of grammar.

You should have written:

NASA and Apple don’t exist in the 24th Century.

Freak.

5. tomsrants - August 4, 2007

Actually, Apple does exist, in a way, in the 24th century, as the natural tech evolution of the computer systems responsible for warp field integrity and antimatter plasma flow (I mean, you wouldn’t trust that to a descendant of Vista, would you? /snark).

tao

6. Christine - August 12, 2007

Preposterous. If anything, the 24th century with their boldly split infinitives are even worse than todays SMS generation.


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