Last Updated: Oct 26,2009
That's funny! I wonder if it's from the Droid marketing team - guerilla tactics...
Im betting it was the Droid Marketing team, and was also a preemptive strike to keep Apple from getting the webpage.
I checked the whois information and it is registered to marketing firm row27 studios. I quick check of their web site row27 Studios - Home shows they have some iphone applications they sell. Interesting...
Dang Jackie! I got green screened at work trying to pull up that site. You may be on to something......alls i know is i like it! lol
What is green screened?
I checked the registration date and it was 10/17/2009. Hard to say if they are a media company hired by Verizon/Motorola, or if they are just some people who love iPhone and hate the network it runs on.
Green Screened is the unfortunate result of me trying to look at anything interesting on the company computer! Ive gotten pretty good at circumventing it, but it definitely makes things more challenging!
Ah, ok. I don't know why they'd block that site at work.
Perhaps you can get to droiddoesnot.com? It was registered on the 18th.
If they are an App/game developer, maybe they are jumping ship and going to the greener pastures!
LOL, i started typing in everything I could think of after I saw that. Been to the Droiddoesnot.com site. Actually an okay site, but wasnt too impressed. I couldnt tell if they were or were not fans of Android looking at the opening page. lol
YouTube - iDon't Care
Brilliant! But people don't seem to get the irony XD
Yeah like " idon't like brands that bash other brands." What the hell was the whole "I'm Mac and i'm a PC" commercials doing if not bashing PC's?
people who argue which phone is better are like the people who argue what kind of music is the best.
That's exactly what the part of the "i...oops" meant.
"iDon't like brands that bash other brands."
"I'm a Mac and I'm a PC"
"i...oops" <- oh yeah... we DO bash other brands.
But the original commercial did have some good points. Pretty much what's keeping me away from the iPhone in general. They are just everywhere. I do enjoy phones with smaller markets. Even though that means development is smaller.
This makes more sense now. I originally thought It was just an apple fan trying to point out their marketing
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