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    How Apple Is More Authoritarian Than The Chinese Government

    I am a fan of Apple’s products. I believe that the hardware is well-designed, and so is the software. In particular, I believe that the design philosophy behind Objective-C and Cocoa frameworks are the best thought-out and implemented tools for any developer looking for a strong and robust environment for object-oriented programming. Like other Apple [...]

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    Have A Cracked iPhone in China And Want To Upgrade to 3G?

    If you are one of the estimated 800,000+ iPhone users in China, then there is a more than 99% chance that your iPhone is cracked since Apple does not yet have a carrier partner in China. For many of those users, there is the fear that once Apple ties up with a Chinese carrier and [...]

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    American Astroturfing vs. Chinese Astroturfing

    The definition of astroturfing, according to Wikipedia is: a neologism for formal public relations campaigns in politics and advertising which seek to create the impression of being spontaneous, grassroots behavior, hence the reference to the artificial grass AstroTurf. The goal of such a campaign is to disguise the efforts of a political or commercial entity [...]

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    How Much Can Chinese Bloggers Make From Blogging?

    For most people, blogs are no longer exciting as they were in 2002, when they first burst on the scene. Part of the reason for this is because although the technology for blogging is mature, an economic model for bloggers has not really taken hold. This is especially the case in China, where there are [...]

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