Macworld/iWorld 2014 in pictures
Macworld|iWorld is a three day event. Macworld magazine (owned by the same company that runs the expo show and conference), could only manage to post less than 20 pictures of the show.
The picture above (slide #2) is representative of the show and the coverage.… Read the rest
“Does Apple owe it to shareholders to rush out a new product category?” is a question that could only be asked by someone who not only doesn’t understand Apple, they don’t understand what is “owed” to shareholders.
Hell, by asking a question as stupid as this one, the writer may not even understand basic logic.
I’ve been drinking a lot of water recently because A) it’s healthier and B) cheaper (every dollar counts nowadays). But it’s also “boring” and, of course, flavourless.
I’ve seen the ads for all of these “enhancers” but ignored them til this weekend when I picked up a little MiO Liquid Water Enhancer squirt pack.… Read the rest
From CNET comes your “Dumb Headline of the Day: Did the iPod kill the boom box?
I had a boombox. I loved it. But it sucked gigantic, expensive D cell batteries dry like a camel in the desert. The Sony Walkman is what killed the boom box – decades before the iPod.
NY Daily News:
A Queens man skewered by Cupid’s arrow is suing online dating service OkCupid.com after a failed relationship that started on the site set him back over $70,000.
The sheer stupid insanity of this is mind boggling.
This guy gave a complete stranger $70 THOUSAND DOLLARS after meeting him on the dating site but never having met the person and having only spoken to them by phone.… Read the rest
My close personal friend, Jim Dalrymple, was down in Austin, Texas this past week attending the SXSW iTunes Music Festival. He apparently had a great time.
His lovely wife Monique posted this video on Facebook.
Now – leave aside how completely out of place Jim looks at a Keith Urban concert (or, for that matter, anywhere outside of a hardcore biker bar), there are a couple of things to note in this video.… Read the rest
This Dr Pepper’s “Bold Country” commercial combines a Coors ad with a Marlboro cigarette commercial from the 1970s and just comes out hilariously weird.
The World’s End is the third film in the “Three Flavours Cornetto” trilogy, following “Shaun of the Dead” (which I really liked) and “Hot Fuzz” (not so much). But they are not connected – you don’t need to have watched the previous two to enjoy this one.… Read the rest