Dear Mr. Steve Jobs,
Yesterday your company, Apple, introduced a new iPod AND the first cellular phone (in a triumverate with Cingular/Motorola) to use iTunes technology. Surely you must know how this affects both my insatiable gadget addiction and also my infinite hatred of my current cell phone (Samsung) and its provider (Verizon). Even as I type this, I feel a heated blush rising in my cheeks.
I ask you, what am I supposed to do with your news?
Not that you've ever read my carefully crafted blog, but had you, you would know that I recently purchased a Shuffle when my iPod 15gb had some performance anxiety. Luckily, the iPod Nano is an upgrade to the Mini line NOT the Shuffle line. So at least I'm not one of thoe arses who is now gonna be carrying around the "archaeic" and metallic-shelled "Early Generation" Mini. Hee hee.
As for the cell phone, it's called the ROKR...is that supposed to be clever in some post-modern heavy metal reference sort of way? It's not. What were you thinking? But you know that when my Verizon contract is up and I am finally released from the bonds of their non-GSM technology, I'll buy one. So try and make it a little better, smaller, and maybe able to hold more than 100 songs before the end of August 2006, k?
And work on that name, too...may I suggest just changing the name to a graphic a la Prince and using the universal sign for "rock it"? (see cheesedick below demonstrating this gesture.)