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Date: 2010-06-29 22:32 (UTC)
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Okay, this is hilarious. You're saying you've never used the phone, have no hands on experience with the UI and usability, and still feel it's necessary to point out that Apple is thinking things like "Who'd want cut and paste?" and that these are borderline stupid.

Uh huh.

See, not only is this an excellent model of *exactly* the kind of thinking Thorf is countering, it's just weird to me that you feel the need to comment on such things despite having no useful experience. You're just repeating what you've heard at that point, and it's that sort of echo chamber effect that results in the public perception that C&P was a problem. When in fact, it's not.

Oh, btw - the iPhone does provide everything you've listed above (contextual understanding on numbers and web addresses wherever they fall) and yes, that's the perfect use case.

Out of curiosity - what makes you feel compelled to post on a thread like this?

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