I tweeted earlier, comparing Duck Duck Go to Google when searching for the term “Go 1.4 beta”, and how the first 50 results (I got bored scrolling and didn’t go further, no pun intended) on Duck Duck Go didn’t even have one mention of the language. Gabriel Weinberg being the good founder that he is (he seems very smart, and I highly respect what he’s doing) replied asking for more examples of things queries that he can investigate to improve, so I figured I’d use the opportunity to leverage my thoughts, instead of the discussing the symptoms.
I’m starting to think that the ramp up in sapphire production from Apple isn’t about a screen, but TouchID sensors on every Apple product. Even their future wearable/payment/unicorn, whatever it may end up being.
The movie started with a rather large man sitting in front of me (let’s call him Hezekiah, though his name could have been anything). Of course I didn’t mind, but it became a problem as he decided to recline a lot farther than the seat seemed to be engineered for, resulting in very little leg room. Nonetheless, the first six previews were entertaining, the last one not so much, but then the movie started.
The internet decided last week, the iPad is dying. Too bad, I really enjoyed using mine. Well, not really for the first 4 years, but when Apple released the iPad Mini, it became my computing partner. Supposedly the Mac is sitting in the corner rapping “don’t call it a comeback.”
With rumors swirling about a bigger iPhone 6, I figured I’d touch on them (haha, puns). A few years ago, I thought the idea of a larger iPhone would be something I disliked. With my small-ish hands, even the iPhone 5’s 4 inch screen is too large for me to reach the back button in the top left corner of the screen with one hand.