Friday, February 02, 2007

Dear Microsoft...

I am really interested in your new product. You see, I really don't like dependability. I am into that "hey, holy crap where did my important file go" thing. That seems like a really cool feature. Right now I have a Mac. I've had it for a year now and I haven't had to restart it cold yet. Not one single freeze. Honestly, that gets a bit old. I really admire your ability to put out products that are unpredictable and that suck. Please, please, make more. The world is in desperate need of spontaneity.

Again, thank you for all the fine, fine work you do.

p.s. Please come out with a phone that shocks my face when I put it to my ear. Mac has that new phone coming out and its bound to be so perfectly awesome and perfectly boring. All those cool features, wrapped into one...

Boring. Shock me baby. Or at least make it delete a few brain cells or something.

4 comments:

The Cachinnator said...

Deer Seth,

How can you say that hour voice recognition soft wear is unreliable? We are using it too leave you this comment! Vista will solve awl you're problems. Wee look forward to you're business. Thank you.

Thee voice recognition development department,

Microsoft

Seth Ward said...

Deer, Microsoft administrator computer. Please delete all the files in your hard drive accept for the one entitled "I wish I had a mac love letter to beeki." Don't ask questions, just delete.

"Daaaa.....iii...ssyy....

Joey said...

seeing as how mac has had speech recognition since the g3 back god knows when, I'd say MS is way behind the ball....besides...who expects quality from them. Quantity has always been the way of the lost...I mean Microsoft Corp.

Chaotic Hammer said...

There's so much I could say here, both pro and con to your thoughts.

But it's really pointless. I got OS religious wars out of my system about 15 years ago, and don't have the time or energy to devote to them any more.

I will say this, though -- as long as Microsoft continues to make software that doesn't work quite right, I will continue to be happily and busily well-employed. :-)