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At the beginning of May, I took over writing Internet.com's iPhoneGuide.com, an iPhone blog for business users and IT types. I've started the ball rolling with a new regularly occurring feature, the iPhone Rumor Roulette, a roundup of the latest iPhone rumors (of which there is no shortage). I also plan to do hardware, software, and accessory reviews, and offer tips.
And I'd love your feedback. What types of posts about the iPhone would you find most interesting or useful? Please drop a comment here and let me know.
Now for an aside (actually, let's call it what it is: a tangent). I'll still continue to write about the iPhone, the iPad, the MacBook Air, and my other favorite mobile technology in this blog. Admittedly, I focus a lot on Apple products. After years of using both Mac and Windows computers, I finally gave up Windows and went all Apple, all the time, about two years ago.
That doesn't mean I won't criticize Mr. Jobs and his Cupertino cohorts. For instance, I know my iPhone is tracking my whereabouts and no doubt irradiating me in the process. Not too crazy about that. I also realize the iOS is a walled garden, and that Apple has gotten too big and sometimes looks a bit too much like the new Evil Empire.
Yet here I am, in a San Francisco cafe, writing this post on my 11-inch MacBook Air, listening to tinkly new age music on my iPhone 4, in close proximity to a bunch of other Mac laptop users who are contentedly tapping away. Whether you love Apple products like me or loathe them, we're in a golden age of consumer electronics, folks, and as my wise nephew Stafford would say, I'm just happy to be here.