Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Anther Example of Apple Rumor Gone Wild

A bit ago, well yesterday, I wrote about Apple rumor but I applied it to rumors in general.

It's fun and keeps the day moving along.  Lots for fans to chat about.  And the more you chat, the more real it gets, and maybe that is how rumors become "news worthy".

Here is another one.  The Inquirer did some digging and got to the route of "source" of the news of how the iPhone is set to replace Blackberries among the people's representatives and their Congressional staff.

It's a must read to see how things get out of control on the Internet.

Anyway, iPhone has made it into the pockets of Presidential hopeful Senator Barack Obama and Karl Rove as far as I know.  But it doesn't mean that Congress don't want iPhones.


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