Their honesty is refreshing.
Yes, and when he says "anarchy", he's misspelling "free".
Until the first country to stick a flag there will demand retroactive back taxes.
Yeah, and you can always trust the users. Like when they say "it got wet", which means they dropped it in the toilet. Or "it suddenly stopped working" which means they dropped it in the parking lot and a car ran over it.
Me too, on my 5S it seems the same or maybe a tiny bit faster. Actually the update seems pretty minor compared to previous major version number updates. I have had a few glitches, the auto-rotation has gotten stuck a couple of times which never happened before the update. And in the youtube app it's much harder to scroll forward and backwards in a video, but I'm not sure if this is due to an update in youtube or the iOS.
As a techie, I learned the technical stuff fairly easily, it's the artistic part that's hard.
And they still haven't fixed the problem where when you are browsing photos in a busy group it jumps around and refreshes randomly so you keep losing your place.
Well said. They put all their resources into screwing up the interface into an unholy mess, while never fixing obvious things like being able to follow discussion threads, which would actually help bolster a community.
And all that "tagging" of photos in Facebook, the database is pretty much ready-made for them. Crowd-sourcing backfire?
You could have binged it in the time it took to ask that question..
99.9% of regular users never go to microsoft.com. Actually, I take that back, what is the default home page in IE? That would be the place to put a warning..
Money sniffing dogs? Much more profitable than drug sniffing dogs..
No, I want my privacy back.
Lots of Spanish words can be guessed at because they are similar to English. One notable exception is "Embarasada", it doesn't mean embarrassed, it means pregnant, so it can lead to some funny misunderstandings. Like, "why are you embarrased?"