Yesterday, BlackBerry users across the country lost push email service, forcing them to switch to webmail, texts, calls, VoIP, instant messages or tweets - for hours! But the real news is what didn't go down, rite guys?
For reference, Peek PR in 2008, right after their product launched:
Peek, the first elegantly simple, email-only device, launched today. Created for people who don't need or want an expensive smartphone full of functions and software, the Peek device delivers unlimited email to and from existing accounts, anywhere in the US. Extraordinarily simple to set up and use, Peek has eliminated multi-year contracts, bewildering rate plans and hidden fees. The mobile device is super-thin, stylish and easy to use. There are no scary buttons; no confusing bells and whistles.
So we've basically gone from "hey, check out our new product! It's not as capable as a smartphone, but we're happy to make a reasoned case that the tradeoffs are worth it" to "Ha! Look! One of many overlapping BlackBerry users went down for a few hours. F—k them! F—k you! Buy a Peek or you'll eat dinner alone forever, like a loser."
You feeling OK, Peek?