The Difference a Comma Can Make

I tried to view TNS’ “Mobile Life: Global Telecom Insights” report on my iPad this morning and was met with this begrudging apology.

My mental response to the message is along the lines of: “Well, I’ll forgive you this time, but I do agree that Flash sucks.”

Of course, TNS is not apologizing for publishing their report in an outdated media format. What they really mean is, “We’re sorry, this is Flash content.”

What a difference a comma can make.

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