Apple has a long history of antagonizing its competitors, be it the award winning "1984" Super Bowl commercial which depicts IBM as a totalitarian menace, the "Toasted" ad which ridicules Intel processors for being too slow, or the long running "Get a Mac" ad campaign which pit a svelt and witty Justin Long ("Mac") against a frumpy and stodgy John Hodgman ("PC"). Given the aforementioned legacy, no one should be surprised when Apple takes jabs at Google and its Android operating system. What is surprising is watching Tim Cook get on stage at WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) to spread misinformation.
Over the last couple of weeks since we announced that we are looking for writers, we've been going through each and every application that was sent into us. The response was, to say the least, overwhelming. This is a good thing because we had a lot of qualified applicants submit their emails of interest in writing for the site. This was also a difficult thing because we actually had to make a decision on who to take on as new writers.
Last week we posted an open invitation for anyone interested in getting in on becoming a part of the DroidGamers team as a nighttime / weekend writer to submit their applications via email. Needless to say there was a huge response to this. In fact there were so many applications submitted for the two positions that we had announced as being available that we've decided to make five opening available instead of just two.
So we are expanding our team and looking to add on at least one new writer, although two would be better. These writing positions are paid and will be available for anyone who wishes to write either during the evening/late night or the weekends. Of course it doesn't have to be late night where you are located, only that it be the evening/late night here in the USA.