iSee into The Future, Therefore iAmOr the poor little Wisconsin State Journal:
iThink iLike: Taking the iPhone for a test driveSince in cases like these it's just an orthographic oddity, a visual joke tied to a product, it'll pass quickly. Any way we could see a productive pattern arise out of this, where i-Noun means 'Apple's innovative product involving Noun'? Probably with a sarcastic angle to it, like 'overly trendy, tragically hip'?
By the way, "iWhatever" gets 98,700 raw g-hits.