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jrapoza
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jrapoza,
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11/3/2011 | 8:13:53 PM
re: Why Apple's Siri Will Change Everything
I agree that Siri is certainly a very impressive piece of technology. But I also have to say that I am dreading the day that I'm sitting on a crowded plane or train and everyone around me is talking at their iPhones and iPads.
On the plus side, sales of noise canceling headphones will probably go way up.

Jim Rapoza is an InformationWeek Contributing Editor
kb2011
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11/2/2011 | 12:27:35 AM
re: Why Apple's Siri Will Change Everything
As pointed in the article, Siri has potential and limits. Being aware of its limits can help you use it more effectively http://www.simplerna.com/2011/...

Siri is nice!
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11/1/2011 | 5:42:24 PM
re: Why Apple's Siri Will Change Everything
Your enthusiasm is awesome. Siri is a great product. There's a ton to learn about the tool itself but also plenty to learn from how it was marketed. Case in point: 3 Lessons Siri Can Teach You About Marketing!
http://blog.sfcopywriter.com/2...


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