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I can't believe you all actually read it - i gave ...

2007-07-03T13:28:00.000+01:00

I can't believe you all actually read it - i gave up after three lines.....



"Also, to be honest, surely Apple would be pleased...

2007-06-29T14:27:00.000+01:00

"Also, to be honest, surely Apple would be pleased that 1% of the entire US population plans to rush out on day 1 and buy their iPhone. Not a bad day one market share..."

Just a shame that only 2 percent of the population will be able to get their hands on them by end of 2008 if they're lucky. 10 m worldwide by end of 2008.



95% of journalists are bashing their head against ...

2007-06-29T14:23:00.000+01:00

95% of journalists are bashing their head against the desk, getting arsed off with piggy-backing iphoney stories!



Dear, dear me. What a load of bandwaggoning gash...

2007-06-29T14:18:00.000+01:00

Dear, dear me. What a load of bandwaggoning gash! It's almost as bad as the surveys that all the insurance companies and personal finance brands pump out.

Pitiful!



Also, where's the consistency in the writing of nu...

2007-06-29T13:21:00.000+01:00

Also, where's the consistency in the writing of numbers? In the first paragraph alone I can see 'fifteen percent', '55%' and '49 per cent'. It doesn't really help to make it more readable, does it?



"97% of journalists are somewhat likely to stop re...

2007-06-29T13:03:00.000+01:00

"97% of journalists are somewhat likely to stop reading this press release before even finishing the headline. Of those somewhat likley to stop reading the press release before finishing the headline, 78% will forever more have a mental block at the name Harris Interactive"



zzzzzzzzz (dreaming of the explanation they're goi...

2007-06-29T12:39:00.000+01:00

zzzzzzzzz (dreaming of the explanation they're going to have to give when the release fails to generate any coverage).



Probably the most tedious, desperately un-newswort...

2007-06-29T11:26:00.000+01:00

Probably the most tedious, desperately un-newsworthy press release I have ever read.



Oh. My. Good. God. The person who wrote that pr...

2007-06-29T11:13:00.000+01:00

Oh. My. Good. God.

The person who wrote that probably tells their friends and family they are in PR. How painful.

And can someone explain the different between "likely" and "somewhat likely"??

Also, to be honest, surely Apple would be pleased that 1% of the entire US population plans to rush out on day 1 and buy their iPhone. Not a bad day one market share...



yes yes - I thought it was funny at 1am after a ra...

2007-06-29T10:22:00.000+01:00

yes yes - I thought it was funny at 1am after a rather large session...not sure it is that funny in the cold light of hangover...



Ok - that really is the worst press release I have...

2007-06-29T09:38:00.000+01:00

Ok - that really is the worst press release I have ever, ever seen - and I've seen some toilet in my years.

ps. I like the, I assume deliberate, typo from Figgis... but really, there's no way you could 'right' a wrong like that press release.



I'd love to say something of interest - but frankl...

2007-06-29T01:20:00.000+01:00

I'd love to say something of interest - but frankly after that who the hell is going to read the comments?

Great effort by someone though - I assume they charged by the word to right that.