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May 10, 2010

Obama can't work an iPod. Really?

Posted: 10:24 AM ET

He's the tech president - the one who totes around a BlackBerry, and who gave the Queen of England an iPod as a gift.

But in a commencement address at Hampton University in Virginia on Sunday, U.S. President Barack Obama said there's a darker side to the technologies that have helped build his image as a hip and digitally enabled public servant.

"With iPods and iPads; and Xboxes and PlayStations - none of which I know how to work - information becomes a distraction, a diversion, a form of entertainment, rather than a tool of empowerment, rather than the means of emancipation," he said in the address, according to a transcript posted by KTKR. "So all of this is not only putting pressure on you; it's putting new pressure on our country and on our democracy."

Education is the key to keeping these digital distractions in check, Obama said.

"Class of 2010, this is a period of breathtaking change, like few others in our history," he said. "We can't stop these changes, but we can channel them, we can shape them, we can adapt to them. And education is what can allow us to do so. It can fortify you, as it did earlier generations, to meet the tests of your own time."

Some tech bloggers sympathized with the concerns.

"I worry that some of these students will have been tweeting his words from their cell phones as he spoke them," writes Chris Matyszczyk at CNET.

Others find the comments curious, given Obama's history of promoting digital information.

"Since Obama coordinated his entire campaign on his Blackberry (sic), his comments here border on hypocrisy," writes a commenter called "Camp David" on an AppleInsider forum.

In a 2009 interview with CNBC, Obama sounds rather attached to that BlackBerry:

"I'm still clinging to my BlackBerry," he said, according to an online transcript. "They're going to pry it out of my hands."

Given his apparent tech literacy, I wonder if Obama was kidding about not knowing how to work an iPod, iPad, Xbox or PlayStation. During the 2008 presidential campaign he told Rolling Stone his iPod contained songs by Bob Dylan, Jay-Z and cellist Yo-Yo Ma, among others. Presumably, his staffers didn't turn it on and work it for him.

I watched a YouTube clip of the speech to get more context. Check it out for yourself (the tech comments start at 7:50 on the timeline) and let us know what you think. People did laugh at the remark. (Here's a similar cut on CNN)

Does Obama have a point? He seems to be focused more on criticizing the speed and potential inaccuracy of digital information than these gadgets, in particular. (From the speech: "You're coming of age in a 24/7 media environment that bombards us with all kinds of content and exposes us to all kinds of arguments, some of which don't always rank that high on the truth meter.")

Or do these comments seem disingenuous? Can the president who gave the Queen an iPod really not know how to use one himself? Let us know in the comments (and try not to ruin democracy while you're at it).

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Chantrelle   May 10th, 2010 9:47 pm ET

I see in the comments here that a lot of racist tea bags are out. Sleazin for some Obama talking points to pass on for their political forums. So because Obama say he can't use an Ipod, what that makes him just another ignorant, n-–? thats what you wacky rightwings are thinking? Obama is the most eloquent President this country has ever seen, he is a graduate, Professor of Harvard not some flunky student like that last President we had. There is gonna come a day when we all do come togehter at last and we will all be glad that it was Obama that was leading this nation on that day. 50 years from now there will be statues of that man in Washington D.C. and we will all be celebratin in his name.

JackT   May 10th, 2010 10:01 pm ET

That Affirmative Action Law degree won't help with tying his shoes or working a computer, eh?

Alastair Murray   May 10th, 2010 10:10 pm ET

Of Course he will Criticise the Great American companies that develop these products – they were not made in KENYA!!
His Tribal self is probably OK as a Spear-Chucker, or Beheading the enemy......
The Truth is (and he has no clue what "Truth" is given he never stops lying) is the Imposter FEARS the access to information – His Propaganda is repeatedly EXPOSED! His Lies are exposed! His Deceit is exposed!
He Has Gotta Go!! Soner rather than later and by whatever means necessary!!

Jeff   May 10th, 2010 10:16 pm ET

I don't understand this from a man who refused to give up his crack berry but can not figure out the xbox or ipad.

GTRrocker   May 10th, 2010 10:25 pm ET

You people are morons. It was a lame joke. THAT IS ALL. Also I do not support Obama, but I am smart enough to know when someone is being disingenuous for the sake of a lame joke to appeal to the middle aged people demographic. Both parties are such suck ups.

Tom   May 10th, 2010 10:57 pm ET

Isn't it interesting how he decrys that information is what is putting new burdens on Democracy.... Many would say that Information is the tool that empowers our Freedom. Scary his rhetoric indicates that he would stifle such information flow because he fears that the bits and bytes digested in this media attuned world are not contexted properly, with his vision of our future. Well what more could we expect, of a Saul Alinsky trained Marxist, eloquent visionary, Progressive Socialist since every Totalitarian thug in history has decried information as the ruinous standard for their Oppressive regimes.

We have much to fear from Obama, may the will and desire for Freedom of the American People rise up and limit this dangerous man in his quest to destroy our Freedom. Vote the Radical Liberal Socialist agenda out of the CONGRESS in November, VOTE or your Freedom will DIE.

Acropolis   May 10th, 2010 11:09 pm ET

I hope, for the sake of the world, that President Obama was not elected to play video games or make telephone calls around.
Offering the Queen an Ipod? Why not glass beads?
"What a delicate present" she must have thought.

pipjohn   May 11th, 2010 12:50 am ET

his dumb fool is obviously a puppet for the for a high power properly the council of foreign relations he has no idea wat his doing!!!

hackysacks   May 11th, 2010 1:34 am ET

Guys, relax. B-rock was just throwing that little "none of which I know how to work" snippet in as a funny little tidbit for the audience. The word "iPod" is interchangeable with any number of new devices. GTRrocker is right; it was just a lame joke. Whether or not he actually knows how to work an iPod is unimportant; what is important is that he's black. Let's all try saying that: "Our president is black." That makes him a good president. If you disagree, you're racist.

Shameem   May 11th, 2010 1:45 am ET

President Obama is correct to point out the challenge of managing and analyzing information for the benefit of humanity. In information overloaded society we need to be able better prioritize and utilize our time effectively to get the best value in in the age of information. For him iPod and some other tools may not be in his priority list but for other people it may be important.

Celebrate the difference in opinion and taste of all while trying to harness it for good for all!!!

Franko   May 11th, 2010 5:06 am ET

Not just a stunt, - leading by example, by not using flash, saving CPU cycles, reversing global warming, saving Polar Bears.

This deserves a Nobel Prize for sustainable global wonderfulness !

Jeff   May 11th, 2010 6:51 am ET

Good thing we switched to DVD's or Mr Obama's VCR would stil be blinking 12:00.

Gusto   May 11th, 2010 6:54 am ET

It looks like Obama makes a guest appearance in the back near the saxaphone player. He even throws what looks like a Blackberry/iPod/some electronic device at the drummer:


jim   May 11th, 2010 7:55 am ET

He may not be able to work an IPod, but I'll bet he does a great job of faking it (like he does everything else) !

Tony   May 11th, 2010 8:14 am ET

Obama uses a Blackberry. He said he doesn't know how to operate an Ipod. Fair enough.

Just because you know how to use Windows doesn't make you a wizard at Linux or Mac OS.

Even industry "experts" readily admit this. IPod/IPad is *not* a Blackberry, which Obama readily uses for productivity. His comment was about lack of productivity for these devices as distractions.

Go away, trolls!

Jeremy   May 11th, 2010 8:23 am ET

The problem he has is that all these things allow people to get info quicker and to be able to express their thoughts to a wide audince. He does not like this since it is usually things he screws up on that get the most press and they would like to keep the public in the dark.

Terry Wagar   May 11th, 2010 8:30 am ET

A Blackberry and and IPhone are not the same thing.

Ken Molnar   May 11th, 2010 8:33 am ET

Oh, CNN (sigh) .... What are we going to do about you? ...
Maybe there is a remedial journalism class that you guys qualify for.

Jon   May 11th, 2010 8:39 am ET

I'm no Obama fan, but I don't recall knowing how to use an iPod being a prerequisite for being a president. So... why is this news?

nobody   May 11th, 2010 8:43 am ET

Maybe..that's why he gave the Queen the Ipod because he can't use it...

Fred   May 11th, 2010 8:58 am ET

It's all about controlling the message baby!! It has NOTHING to do with the Technology. Obama, like many before him, wants his own message to be the only message. Nixon tried it & now Obama is trying it. Let's see if Obama's any more successful than old Tricky Dick.

Ellen   May 11th, 2010 9:04 am ET

I don't know why people rush to confuse issues as to Why he said anything....I believe the point is he had a choice to be truthful or not...if he knows how to work an big deal, the speech lines could be written and still be is clear President Obama who speaks Only from prewritten teleprompter speeches has no problem telling mistruths

You can twitter/blog/email/tweet all you want, the story is if a person choses to lie about the little stuff in life they will lie to you about the big stuff also.

If there is a true independent media left they will start to dig out these mistruths and omissions, but until then put the politics aside and just listen with an open mind to what is truly said not what you want to hear.

vic   May 11th, 2010 9:14 am ET

More than likely, he is complaining about the speed of digital information that he does not like, and cannot control.

freespeechLibrarian   May 11th, 2010 9:20 am ET

There's knowing how to use it and knowing how to use it to it's full capabilities. i have and play my iPod, but do not ask me how to manipulate getting and changing stuff from iTunes to the Ipod–my husband does that! But though i use my Ipod every day, i would not feel confident saying i knew it all. i think this is what the Prez meant.

El Kababa   May 11th, 2010 9:24 am ET

I have never figured out call waiting. I always hang up on both people. I never use it. But, I'm a computer programmer. Go figure.

wilbur   May 11th, 2010 9:27 am ET

First of all, who cares? Second of all, I'd be surprised if his predecessor in the Office could work a light swtich.

Sid   May 11th, 2010 9:40 am ET

I agree with Obama....too much use of electronic gadgets is not good for kids...Ipod/Ipad/Xbox/Pstation/Wii are very powerful tools, but kids in school should spend more time reading books, playing outdoor games, music, debate etc. Technology is being misused. Pres. Obama is definitely not against Ipod or Ipad ar any othet gadgets, but is against their misuse.

s dog   May 11th, 2010 9:54 am ET

to franko......your an idiot there is no such thing as utopia so long as free will and choice live. and seeing how humans are nothing but free will and choice, utopia will never good luck with your theary

Larry   May 11th, 2010 10:09 am ET

Obama says what he wants without regard to the truth. When technology was working for him – it was great. Since we have immediate access to viewpoints other than the liberal party line prevalent in the MSM, he doesn't like it so much.
He wants to control the media, and therefore, thought. He can't and we won't let him keep trying.

AnAmericaninEurope   May 11th, 2010 10:16 am ET

"With iPods and iPads; and Xboxes and PlayStations – none of which I know how to work" – Give me a break – the guy was joking around.

Bruce   May 11th, 2010 10:28 am ET

the real point he should have made more clearly, is that technology is simply a tool, and tools can be used to assist or detract. If all you do with even a Blackberry is tweet your daily activities, play games, and talk with your friends about trivialities, then it is a distraction. If you use it to stay connected with information, do research on the fly (say while making purchasing decisions), keep up with news and trends, monitor your investments, etc. then it is a tool. Too many fall into the trap of allowing these wonderfully functional devices to become a distraction. It also seems picking on people's specific words rather than discussing their real meaning has become a distraction for the news media (and their reading public) as well.

Mark   May 11th, 2010 10:28 am ET

I can't work an ipod, and I'm the same age as him. I need my news article, too!

JRockFL   May 11th, 2010 10:41 am ET

Wow, a lot of people are really missing the point about Obama's speech. All you people who talk about socialism and how Obama's going to take away your iPad or Xbox are just plain ignorant or finding any excuse to hate the president. Of course Obama knows how you use all this stuff. His remarks were tounge in cheek. What Obama is saying is that in a world where we have access to a limitless amounts of information, it is very easy to get sidetracked by it all. For an untrained mind, one can easily slip into all the misinformation, distractions, and garbage that runs rampant throughout. He's not attacking anyone for owning an iPad or Xbox, he's simply just saying, that as responsible citizens, we should take care to use the tools we have for enlightenment as well. Did all of you lose your sense of curiosity and thirst for more knowledge? If so, then I guess humanity is moving towards the dark ages again...yikes.

This article is another example of how journalism is starting to become a thing of the past. Rather than report quality information, we get excessive spin on a small part of Obama's 2000 word speech. How about discussing other aspects of this speech instead of this garbage.

brian066   May 11th, 2010 11:10 am ET

exactly...hope and change is overrated...

Let's go back to that glorious period from 2001 to 2009, when our Republican leaders launched a war against the war, that created a trillion dollars of debt and enriched their supporters while killing or wounded 50,000+ Americans.
Let's go back to the Hurricane Katrina days, when our own Republican-led government deliberately and with malice aforethought let Americans die stranded in their own country.
And certainly we want to let Wall Street run our country once that they can loot our bank accounts and push the country into a truly second Great Depression.
And certainly we need to give our oil companies a free hand to make record profits...from record high gas prices...even as the oil companies destroy the livelihood of thousands of Americans.

Mark   May 11th, 2010 11:13 am ET

Obfuscation, misdirection, and lies. The tools of any good ad man (and I'm an ad man).

While Obama [seemingly] bemoans the "inaccuracies" and sheer volume of information available to the masses and the gadgets associated with them, one cannot help but question both his sincerity (dare I say "honesty") and his timing and motivation.

The Internet and devices like cellphones and even iPads are among the instruments most exploited by Obama during his campaign.

Fast-forward 15 months and that same Internet, together with talk radio and television are turning against him. The truth about what he's really up to is updated moment-by-moment in excruciating detail and is made available for review to anyone with one of vilified devices. "That" is freedom of speech, yet he claims that same freedom borders on being a threat to Democracy. Why? Because the information has become critical of him and those around him.

The current regime has made it clear they about nothing if not absolute control. They want to control the banks, the automotive industry, housing, energy, the environment, and guess what else - "information".

Any American watching this unfold who values their liberty yet cannot see we are headed for Neo-Communist Socialism, is either blind, or chooses to refuse the truth.

Kruschev said America would destroy itself, and he may very well be proved right.


Peter   May 11th, 2010 11:20 am ET

Forget the iPad already and look deeper, people. The majority of the posts here are missing the point: Obama's speech was about his opinion that there is too much "information" out there. And I think the he's being critical now because that information is leaning "against" him.

Does anyone think for an instant that he'd be critical if the bulk of that information was praising him? No way! Obama's thin skin and inability to handle criticism are becoming legendary.

Mathias   May 11th, 2010 11:23 am ET

Imagine a kid in class today that couldn't figure our how to work a simple iPod. I bet he is made fun of and looked down upon and called names because he fails to figure out something so simple that the majority of other people can. Congrats liberals, you just got the class retard to be the voice of America.

Eviscerated   May 11th, 2010 11:41 am ET

This is really news worthy! Really? There is enough difference between a Blackberry, I-Pod, I-Phone, Android, and all the other devices out there, that knowing how to use one does not automatically qualify someone to know how to use the other. You can be "tech savy" without knowing everything about everything. With all the fascinating technological advancements that are heppening out there, I'm disappointed that this was news worthy.

Tim Greene   May 11th, 2010 12:03 pm ET

I find the pressure on our Democracy comment to be chilling. What could be better than the rapid, open communications amongst the citizens. Is knowledge a threat to our Democracy, or just the entrenched two party system?

Absarokee   May 11th, 2010 12:12 pm ET

One word: Hypocrisy. I rest my case your Honor, the defendant, has as usual, lied again.

gabe   May 11th, 2010 12:41 pm ET

he's the main rep of the USA on the international level, and everyone knows most americans know how to use ipods. so this is almost a waste of a story... come on cnn, write articles with some substance

HOHOHO   May 11th, 2010 1:12 pm ET

This article is a waste of my time, I could care less if the pres. knows how to use an ipad,ect. His job is to run the USA! haha

Don Williams   May 11th, 2010 1:15 pm ET

I was at the graduation this Sunday at HU, and if you watch the clip you will see he was saying this in relation the to fact that some of the info you see and hear is not true and because of that it becomes more entertainment that enlightenment! Get a grip folks! Look just a little farther than your nose for understanding.

Jesse   May 11th, 2010 2:08 pm ET

seriously people?
it was a joke.
how many times have you heard a comedian say:
"ooh, i was at the mall yesterday..."
were they really?? probably not.
its a joke.
shut up.

JoD   May 11th, 2010 2:14 pm ET

People, it doesn't matter whether Obama can work an iPod or not. To a high school educator he hit the nail on the head. Just because you have lots of information available at a high rate of speed doesn't mean it is all usable or true. You have to have the skills (and EDUCATION) to critically evaluate what is fact and what is fiction, to assess the accuracy of those sources of the information. Those are higher thinking skills than just parroting back facts, or cutting and and pasting bits into reports that sound good to you. Just look at all the misinformation circulating in email chain letters and you'll know what I mean.

Nick   May 11th, 2010 2:16 pm ET

Uncontrollable media is a threat? I.e. if it isn't, it is a threat?

Education is the solution? I.e., the regime controls the teachers, the teachers control the content and the message.

Couple this with a president who won his primary by being more tech savvy, by TWEETING AND TEXTING his candidacy, by making his weekly addresses available on YOUTUBE, by having a FACEBOOK PAGE before anyone else, and you have HYPOCRICY! That's ok, once the FCC runs the internet and invokes the "fairness doctrine" it will be ok once again to use your iPOD, X BOX, Play Station and other gizmos.......

Martin   May 11th, 2010 2:19 pm ET




"bombards us with all kinds of content and exposes us to all kinds of arguments, some of which don't always rank that high on the truth meter"


Sarah   May 11th, 2010 2:29 pm ET

The banksters haven't programmed him for that yet.

Beth Jetton   May 11th, 2010 2:29 pm ET

CNN should be reporting news, not fluff. Go ahead and TRY and take our minds off the real news but only ignorant people currently get their REAL POLITICAL news from CNN. I'm glad to know the romaine lettuce I purchased will not have E Coli . . but I am not getting any real news about real political issues from CNN. We're onto what is going on. This is like People Mag . . CNN . . all fluff . . and no STUFF!! Fight the New World Order, folks. They OWN CNN. M'right?

Trinaa   May 11th, 2010 2:35 pm ET

Wow, this is like heresy for all the hipsters and young adults that voted for the "cool" choice back in 2008.

"How in the world can their idol not know how to operate an iPod or a Xbox? Wow, he's just another old white man that was marketed as a young black man."

Bill that is rude of you. How are you going to talk about our president like that? You know that people die and get into car accidents because their tweeting like a bird every five damn seconds! So quit your blabbering. It's annoying. Can you let the man talk for once? He does have a point. And it's not like the worlds going to come to an end! He's just making his point! And obviously, you wanna be so rude and arrogant about things. Stop taking it seriously lameoo. 😛

Lillac   May 11th, 2010 2:37 pm ET

Some of yall are burnt. mad of yus are wack. like comee on now seriouslyy !?

spikey   May 11th, 2010 2:42 pm ET

wow uz r so dum and so is everything else on this blog so what ipods rock so shut up

AJ   May 11th, 2010 2:54 pm ET

Get a Zune, problem solved 😉

T   May 11th, 2010 3:02 pm ET

Are we really shocked that he can't operate electronic gizmos? He's too busy destroying the US. Priorities....

Sarah   May 11th, 2010 3:05 pm ET

Hey Trinaa. Obama is a puppet who reads telepromters and doesn't write his own speeches. He just SOUNDS a lot smarter than Bush but they may as well be brothers when it comes to policies. Esp when it comes to all of the wars we are in. He needs to earn that Nobel Prize and pull out of these ILLEGAL wars! Americans have become the terrorists in this brave new world. Guess what? People still hate America bc of our world domination plan. 911 was an inside job at worst and/or criminal negligence at best. If Osama Bin Laden did 911 and wanted to destroy our economy and democracy- HE WON! Our illegal wars and corrupt banking systems have brought America to its knees. So good job Washington in letting your fake terrorists win.

Rachel   May 11th, 2010 3:13 pm ET

Who doesn't know how to work an iPod? I think that they are the simplist thing to know how to work. Yeah so, they can be a disctraction, but they are cool. You might not gather any infomation off of them but, that's not what they are made for. Same with cell phones, balckberry's, iPad etc.

BOB   May 11th, 2010 3:26 pm ET

Its kind of sad that the president of the USA cant even figure out an Ipod

frank   May 11th, 2010 3:40 pm ET

he is a fake...a complete B S'er that is why he will say anything


Franko   May 12th, 2010 7:39 am ET

Watch; The Obama Deception

I know they're here   May 12th, 2010 7:43 am ET

FYI for everybody, Im sure Obama can work an ipod what you should be concerning yourselves with is the joint US/ET underground base in Dulce, New Mexico and the abductions and genetic experiments going on underground there. FYI GOOGLE: Dulce Wars, Deep Underground Military Bases, and deceased govt contractor and structural engineer Phil Schneider.

Will   May 12th, 2010 9:14 am ET

You're right the man is a fake. He will say anything to keep his naive herd bleeting after him, most importantly teens and twenty-somethings. Wake up. This isn't about ipods, it's about arrogance in saying anything knowing his lies will be dismissed on any grounds. His policies are one of a UN loving, US hating marxist dictator who can't stand any dissension in the ranks. Don't be deceived. He is here in light of history to charm the world, appease wicked people who fly planes into buildings and bring bondage to the country he supposedly represents. Wake up and smell the fraud.

Peggy   February 6th, 2011 12:29 pm ET

Read your article about the archaic processes of the Census Bureau but I couldn't leave a comment there without signing up for Facebook, which I refuse to do.

I was an enumerator for 2010 Census. Yeah, we went walking for info, but the neighborhoods in which I went walking, were very poor. Most did not have any technologies. If they had cells, they were without internet unnecessary charge in their eyes.

Part of our shpiel was to tell them that we do not share info with any other government agency. However, with reticent persons, I took it upon myself to try to find out their info using my own computer on my own time.

This was a way for me to find out phone numbers, names of people living at a certain address or finding out the name and mailing address of owners of property from the county assessor's office to ask who was renting their property.

We also had to track down homeless encampments to see if they still existed, so I had to find social agencies who dealt with these populations to help.

I see your point about using technology, but it isn't always doable in all neighborhoods. Most of the employees for this were not very savvy themselves about technology. I had to clean up alot behind persons who weren't able to get far in getting the requisite info.

Also, we found a large proportion of the population did not want to give info due to their distrust of the government in these neighborhoods. If we started to gather data from other government agencies, I think we'll get even less participation here. Tracking can lead to misuse of info.

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