They get this so right:
They get this so right:
July 9th, 2010 — Technology
Read more at Mac|Life
“The iPhone 4 is literally sucking my dick, right now!”
Thanks to Mitch for sharing this with me!
January 28th, 2010 — Technology
As much as I think the new iPad looks pretty, this poster outlines exactly why I won’t buy one and why a Google phone is likely to woo me away from my iPhone soon.
January 15th, 2010 — Technology
Awesome. Where do I get it? Price is unimportant, I want…
October 14th, 2009 — Politics
June 29th, 2009 — Technology
Despite this product being a-maz-ing, the review at Bitter Wallet cracked me up:
iPhone article every other day blah blah blah fanboys blah Apple blah best smartphone ever blah blah blah. MiLi Pro projector blah blah available this September blah:
Blah blah projects up to a 40 inch screen blah blah, blah blah VGA input cable and an RCA input cable blah blah connect to a laptop PC or DVD player. Blah blah aren’t iPhones brilliant and piss in my arse if you think otherwise blah blah blah.
June 25th, 2009 — Technology
June 18th, 2009 — Technology
Last night I downloaded the much anticipated iPhone OS 3.0 software. This morning I saw a few cosmetic changes, but wanted to know how to use them. I searched on Apple’s site extensively and could only find a list of features, not a guide on how to use them. My friend br1xt0n couldn’t find it either. My mid-day I’d tweeted the dilemma, and no replies. I was getting pissed.
My friend James tweeted a link that kept me pacified for a little while. He posted a list of the top 10 hidden features of the new OS. Okay… but what about cut-and-paste? What about all the other magic we were promised?! As I said in my tweet, I was starting to feel like Harry Potter — magical wand in hand, but with no spell book to guide me.
Finally br1xt0n posted the answer. A blog post that listed the best 40 features of the new OS and how to use them. Sweet! Now I can actually use the new awesomeness. Well, except for tethering. AT&T doesn’t support that yet. Oh, and forget MMS (sending images via text message). AT&T is still waaay behind on that one too. We’re told those features will be available by end of summer (yeah, riiiiight!).
And, did I mention that I can’t use my iPhone at my new house? Apparently line-of-sight to the towers on Twin Peaks doesn’t guarantee cell coverage. I get absolutely no 3G coverage and about one bar of Edge. Visual voicemails take over ten minutes to download to my phone. I have to see who’s calling, wait for them their attempted call to end, and then call them back on Skype.
I fully plan on calling AT&T tomorrow and complaining… vehemently. What’s more, I will call every Friday until the problem is fixed. I effing hate AT&T. How can Apple still be pinning their phone to such a sub-par provider? And, how can AT&T not have every inch of San Francisco blanketed in rich 3G goodness? San FRAN-CISCO.