In article <3123193.ZG6sB691hS@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> I was thinking along the lines of DRM and the adoption of terms like
>>> Podcast, among other things.
>> So, basically, your dislike from Apple stems from them building products
>> like the iPod, that work so well that other people started using "pod" as
>> a generic term?
> It has a dangerous blinding effect. Think of "Google it",
> "IBM-compatible", "Hoover", "I'll have a Coke", "I have a Personal
> Computer (Windows)" and the list goes on. Use generic terms. Never allow
> yourself to fall into a terminological trap. The iPod and iPod nano, by
> the way, do not impress me much. I prefer my Tungsten.
Apple didn't invent nor promote the use of the word "podcast". That was
done by the people who invented podcasting. So how is it a reason to
BTW, Tungsten supports DRM.