An Open Letter to Steve Jobs:
I can’t believe you are so narrow minded and bigoted to call Christian beliefs offensive and then to censor them. You have become the Thought Police of 1984.
I am now going to switch to Adobe apps and Google phones instead of buying an iPhone like I had planned.
I am not upgrading to iLife ’11
I am not upgrading to Aperture 3 but switching to Adobe Lightroom
I will be searching for other sync apps instead of renewing MobileMe next year
I will not be upgrading Final Cut Studio
I will not be buying iWork
I will not be buying a mac mini as a media center but will get a cheap windows box instead
I WILL NO LONGER BE RECOMMENDING MY CLIENTS BUY MACS as I have done for years!!!!!!!!!
I NEVER THOUGHT MICROSOFT WOULD BE A MORE ACCEPTABLE COMPANY THAN APPLE.
I will not be buying music on iTunes any more.
I will not be buying apps for my wife’s iPad
As a Mac user since 1985, you are now ruining my life and workflow, but I have no choice but to stand up for what I believe, no matter what it costs me.
As you know, on December 8 we re-filed the Manhattan Declaration iPhone app with nothing except the Declaration and the opportunity to sign showing support.
Apple rejected the app, saying in a letter on December 22 that the app contains “references or commentary about a religious, cultural or ethnic group that are defamatory, offensive, mean-spirited or likely to expose the targeted group to harm or violence will be rejected. We have evaluated the content of this application and consider its contents to be objectionable and potentially harmful to others.”
Just remember, BIGOTRY COMES IN MANY FORMS and one of the worst is the liberal who only tolerates other liberals and thinks he is being open minded and tolerant.