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4 months, 1 week ago on Why India Failed Manmohan Singh

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@remarkUP @Makapav @Hirschberg It does something but it's nothing compared to TripIt.

10 months, 1 week ago on Missing the TripIt Integration with FlightTrack? We Can Help

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@remarkUP @Hirschberg Expedia doesn't do anything for itinerary management.

10 months, 1 week ago on Missing the TripIt Integration with FlightTrack? We Can Help

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@TripIt Team That was BS circular statement. Why does anything have to change if FT is simply upgrading an app?

10 months, 1 week ago on Missing the TripIt Integration with FlightTrack? We Can Help

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@sohrob @drewnusser Well put. How's that big car you got?

11 months, 1 week ago on Uh oh, Los Angeles School District’s $30 million iPad program falls flat

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@Johnswilson1 @drewnusser He's not comparing a Chromebook to the iPad, he's giving at an example of a product priced much lower than it with higher productivity return and administrability. The Nexus tablet is closer to the iPad in form and function.

11 months, 1 week ago on Uh oh, Los Angeles School District’s $30 million iPad program falls flat

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@Johnswilson1 @Makapav At $30 million, if some of that was used to set up prizes, there would be a flood of developers. Besides, there has been a very steady growth of education apps on the Nexus 7. Granted, I only download apps for a 2-year old but there are more apps than I can download at this point and they are all high quality. I don't miss anything from the Apple App Store any more. The $150 I saved on a iPad mini, I can now spend towards books and apps for my kids on the Nexus 7 tablet.

Regarding textbooks, my understanding is that all the textbooks in the iOS environment are easily ported to the Android environment so it's just a matter of critical mass.

11 months, 1 week ago on Uh oh, Los Angeles School District’s $30 million iPad program falls flat

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Nexus 10 is bigger if that's your argument.

11 months, 1 week ago on Uh oh, Los Angeles School District’s $30 million iPad program falls flat

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The school district is not actually interested in providing education through a tablet. Just in the buzz that comes from using an Apple product for education. Otherwise they would have gone with the much cheaper and far more administrable Android Nexus tablets at 1/4 th the costs.

11 months, 1 week ago on Uh oh, Los Angeles School District’s $30 million iPad program falls flat

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