As you may have heard. "Fake Steve Jobs" ie. Daniel Lyons has proposed Operation Chokehold for this coming Friday at noon pacific. The idea? To bring the AT&T network to its knees by encouraging data-intensive app use from iPhone users for one hour. The point, in theory, is to, gee I guess let AT&T know they don't have the most robust network to handle this traffic. With all due respect to Mr. Lyons, I'm pretty sure AT&T is quite aware of the status of their network at any given time.
The problem with the AT&T network is all the time it doesn't work. So why, would you encourage those who actually are getting data to flood the network.
Here's our sensible alternative: Operation Feedback. Every iPhone user should download AT&T's Mark The Spot app for reporting dropped calls, dead spots, data drop, etc. and for one week, we should all mark every single issue we encounter. If you want to bring something to its knees and be productive at the same time, why not flood the problem tallying-server with legitimate service concerns.
Starting this Friday, for one week, send AT&T every single issue you encounter via the app.
Who's with us?