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BusinessWeek: ‘I applaud the actions of the Neistat brothers’

BusineesWeek’s Alex Salkever has written an article about the recent ‘iPod Dirty Secret’ video by the Neistat brothers, and applauds their actions in the hopes to teach Apple a lesson.

“This situation is hardly unique to Apple. Most computer owners I know say the support they receive, Wintel or Mac, is spotty at best. And to be fair, my experience with support from other PC companies has been on par with my experiences with Apple. Most computer users just seem to shrug and live with it. That’s not a good thing, in my view. Which is why I applaud the actions of the Neistat brothers, Casey and Van, and hope they are taken as a lesson at One Infinite Loop. Here’s a summary of their tale of digital disobedience.”

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The best way to make Giants like Apple etc etc to change something is to KICK them where it HURTS - and thats bad publicity and following sales drop…

And for that alone I applaud the brothers even though they may be fame seekers yada yada yada…

Posted by Dakhor on December 12, 2003 at 6:02 AM (PDT)

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