I guess this whole "user input" thing with Apple is a bit of a crap shoot. Hot on the heels of the kid who got his YouTube video turned into an Apple ad, we have the nine-year-old girl whose letter to Steve Jobs got turned into a cease-and-desist order from Cupertino.
The young lady wrote Jobs a letter with some suggestions as to how the iPod Nano could be improved. Three weeks later, she received a response. Not from Steve Jobs, mind you, but from Apple legal.
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