As David Chartier points out, there’s still a little bit of hypocrisy left in the world. I imagine the outrage over Apple’s pricing of the iPad (that is, that they put any price on it at all) has more to do with the greater emotional attachment people have for Apple’s products than for Google’s. Google has generally given everything away for free and not required its users to buy into an ecosystem. Apple, on the other hand, has cultivated a garden that can feel at once paradisiacal and infuriating to live in. Sort of like home. We all have daddy complexes, and nothing is ever enough.