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If I read one more article about cracking the iPhone...

Nation leaders representing 56% of the world's GDP are in Sydney, and The Sydney Morning Herald website leads with "Code crack opens the iPhone floodgates"??

According to "one member of a group of Australians", "there are at least 30 or 40 people in Australia" using iPhones.

Using phrases like "thumbing their noses" and "much-ballyhooed", is this really Australia's premier journalistic talent? This could be an article straight from The Onion (which always has had fancier prose that it's Australian equivalent The Chaser) but unfortunately it's deadly serious.

Maybe I'll have to turn to mX for my serious editorial content.

07:02 AM, 04 Sep 2007 by Mark Aufflick Permalink | Comments (0)

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