Things that are good about cats
- soft fur
- cute face
- fluffy tail
This cat fails on all levels
The internet is constantly doing things, I’m not sure if this is proof of the genius of organic creation or proof of it’s stupidity. But it sure is different and funny.
I would rather have new features later if they work better. I like the fact that Apple takes the time to vet every feature and make them work solidly. Does this take longer then it should?
A lot of the time it does.
Do I care?
No, because I want things to work on day one I don’t want to spend the time to learn to use something or to fix problems or to do setup or anything else.
Should everyone feel this way?
No, ten years ago I would have been a die hard android fan. Back then I liked to be on the cutting edge of everything and had plenty of time to deal with whatever came along. It’s awesome if you like that.
Should there be a war?
No, it’s OK if people like different things for different reasons. People need to chill out.
Is the smartphone war fabricated by the tech “media”?
Yes, it’s a running narrative that normal people don’t care about. I’m sure there are still some commenters going on about it, but not my dad or neighbor or any one else I actually know in real life.
Conclusion: Some people don’t care if they have the latest features and/or technology they just want something that works. Apple still has problems with many of it’s features but as a whole the products seem to work reliably most of the time. Am I saying that Android products don’t work, no I’m not. I’m just saying I’m confident that when I try to do something on my iPhone it almost always works exactly as I would expect it to, and that’s what I like about it.
If you’re having iPhone problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but iPhone 6 ain’t one.
Seriously though, sorry to anyone having phone problems that sucks. But there are always release problems. It’s not a gate, it’s not a crisis, and it could easily be solved by waiting a week to upgrade.
Please try to keep the hyperbole to a minimum.
New Path stickers. It’s a good thing.
I love nods to ‘Office Space’.
A Scientist Stole my Root Beer
Throw in the fact that I can’t find any cases of people becoming ill, let alone developing cancer from drinking root beer or tea made from Sassafras root, despite being used for centuries, makes me think there were either some shenanigans going on at the FDA or some really bad science. I vote for bad science … with a dash of conspiracy.
So what does “real” root beer taste like? I have no idea…some scientist stole it from me.
This guy knows his chemistry and his root beer history, awesome read.
A Watch Guy's Thoughts On The Apple Watch After Seeing It In The Metal (Tons Of Live Photos)
I’m not even sure we can call it a watch. Okay, it goes on the wrist, and it happens to tell the time, but that’s about where the similarities between Apple’s just announced watch and the hand-assembled, often painstakingly finished mechanical watches we write about, and obsess over, end. I was lucky enough to be invited to Cupertino to witness the announcement of the Apple Watch firsthand, and though I do not believe it poses any threat to haute horology manufactures, I do think the Apple Watch will be a big problem for low-priced quartz watches, and even some entry-level mechanical watches. In years to come, it could pose a larger threat to higher end brands, too. The reason? Apple got more details right on their watch than the vast majority of Swiss and Asian brands do with similarly priced watches, and those details add up to a really impressive piece of design. It offers so much more functionality than other digitals it’s almost embarrassing. But it’s not perfect, by any means. Read on to hear my thoughts on the Apple Watch, from the perspective of a watch guy. Oh, and there are dozens of in-the-metal pictures, too.
I’m not sold on the Apple Watch I’m not sold on any smart watch that requires a phone to work, but who cares what I think.
This map proves one thing, racism is caused by living in warmer climates.
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