January 09, 2009, 2:17 PM — Who, at long last, has put the chicken-egg conundrum to rest? Who is fretting about how he'll stay in touch with everyday life? Who is quite open about sexual issues and other risky behaviors? Why are 'the most vulnerable Americans' at risk of living a TV-free life? Who admitted to liking Vista? Think you know? Take this week's quiz and prove it.
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1. "We are working very hard to provide comparable capabilities from a hardware consumption perspective -- memory and processor -- to what you saw in Windows Vista, and I think we may even be able to do a little bit better."
2. "We can't constrain people's ability to say what they want. If someone says, I am the head of Al Qaeda, come talk to me, that's perfectly legal."
3. "How many of you like it?"
4. "With coupons unavailable, support and education insufficient, and the most vulnerable Americans exposed, I urge you to consider a change to the legislatively mandated analog cutoff date."
5. "Broadcasters have come together and said 'We'll be the chicken.' We'll put services out there without devices."
6. "We think it's the one phone you can use for your entire life and you'll really enjoy using it."
7. "I'm still in a scuffle around that. How do you stay in touch with the flow of everyday life?"
8. "This is not about a company that's in trouble. This is about greed, corporate greed. They're going to Poland because apparently they can make an extra 3 percent."
9. "You seemed to be quite open about sexual issues or other behaviors such as drinking or smoking. Are you sure that's a good idea? ... You might consider revising your page to better protect your privacy."
A. Judy Shapiro, VP of marketing for New York-based PalTalk, When asked if the company is aware of Al-Qaeda chat rooms. And, wow, I must say that was spoken like a true VP of marketing.