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The Darkside of the iPhone

Apps for the iPhone and iPod touch combine the power of the internet with the capability of stalking, all on a 3.5-inch screen. – Submitted by STEPHANO.

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Anonymous

This person who made this up is phenominal! I was LMAO. I never saw anything like it and I am dumbfounded. Hey Stephano, let's see some more of your work......Awsome, man!

Anonymous

This person who made this up is phenominal! I was LMAO. I never saw anything like it and I am dumbfounded. Hey Stephano, let's see some more of your work......Awsome, man!

phil

great spot!! good work bro hahahhahah. let me know any future projects ill color them for you. let me know, you know where to find me.

phil

great spot!! good work bro hahahhahah. let me know any future projects ill color them for you. let me know, you know where to find me.

Tonka

Terrific, I really enjoyed the spoof. Some how some way you have to air this! -Tonka the Weasel "Carpe Diem" :)

Tonka

Terrific, I really enjoyed the spoof. Some how some way you have to air this! -Tonka the Weasel "Carpe Diem" :)

Schwartz

It is certainly well made, but the message is not very clear. I don't see how this discredits Apple, or our the nature of our culture. In my opinion, this subvertisement highlight the vast and varied options, some of which undesirable, available on today's mobile devices. Such a wide array of applications enables people to make a decision that best suits them, and this is a positive thing. Perhaps a more pointed critique would highlight Apples stringent regulation of which apps can indeed by purchased at the AppStore. In my opinion, this is far more damaging in the broad scope to ideas of freedom of expression and freedom of lifestyle. Keep up the good work

Schwartz

It is certainly well made, but the message is not very clear. I don't see how this discredits Apple, or our the nature of our culture. In my opinion, this subvertisement highlight the vast and varied options, some of which undesirable, available on today's mobile devices. Such a wide array of applications enables people to make a decision that best suits them, and this is a positive thing. Perhaps a more pointed critique would highlight Apples stringent regulation of which apps can indeed by purchased at the AppStore. In my opinion, this is far more damaging in the broad scope to ideas of freedom of expression and freedom of lifestyle. Keep up the good work

Anonymous

you were lyao? its not THAT funny....but it reminded me of an app i thought of; an updating display of the minimum wage for chinese child laborers!

Anonymous

you were lyao? its not THAT funny....but it reminded me of an app i thought of; an updating display of the minimum wage for chinese child laborers!

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