Crazy Apple Rumors Site would like to issue the following corrections.
- A link in a story two weeks ago to a letter from interface expert Jef Raskin indicating his interface project has received $2 million dollars should have been a link to MC Rebbe, the Rapping Rabbi. Because everybody love the Rapping Rabbi. Raskin? Not so much. All links have been updated appropriately.
- An article about the iTunes Music Store indicated that Justin Timberlake substantially increased his credibility by performing with the Black Eyed Peas’ on Where Is The Love? We neglected to mention, however, that the Black Eyed Peas substantially damaged their credibility by performing with Justin Timberlake. We regret the omission.
- I recently took a left turn onto a one-way street. I thought it was OK, but later realized that the street I was on was two-way, so someone could have turned left in front of me while I was turning and… I don’t know, I’m not sure what the correct thing is there. I just thought I’d mention it.
- Gil Amelio really should never have been made CEO of Apple. And don’t get me started on Michael Spindler. Sheesh.
- Thursday’s lunch special was not, as stated, fish sticks. It was, in fact, corn dogs that had had something heavy put on top of them in the walk-in freezer and… well, they just looked like fish sticks. All flat and everything. Just… you know. Well. We regret the error.
- Finally, our thirteen-part series detailing the close relationship between Avie Tevanian, the Japanese Yakuza and a shadowy worldwide assasination organization known only as “The Hand”, entitled Faster Technocrat, Kill, Kill, was meant to have been a puff piece about the iPod Socks and how everyone loves them and puppies and kittens and happy spring fun time!
This fulfills our periodic commitment per the terms of a binding legal agreement with Apple Computer and State of Washington.
And, um, several public interest groups.
Well, there were some other parties. Let’s just leave it at that.