no worries, she was proably using apple maps and followed the directions a little too closely
Shall we play a game?
and since the defaults are all idiot-proof...
The only thing I can say to this is, make something idiot proof and the world will produce a better idiot.
This summer I'm planning my next big trip for next year. I already burned all my vacation doing a trip of a life time, and may very well not be able to top it, but I will see what I can plan out. Earlier this year (the coles notes version) i climbed/hiked 3 mountains, 1 volcano, 1 galcier, canyoning, caving, cliff jumping, absailing, ziplining, jumped off a 200m tower, a 134m bungee jump, a 15,000ft skydive, swam with white tipped reef sharks, went diving at the great barrier reef, hiked through a few rain forests, climed to the top of 3 grand waterfalls, sailing for 3 days across the whitsundays, and more i'm sure i'm forgetting to mention. All within 6 weeks, across 10,000km covering New Zealand and Australia. I think my bucket list is almost empty, and topping that trip will be difficult!
So is it still the iPhone, or eyePhone now?
"Up up down down left right left right B A select start"
there, fixed that for you
Acutally it's a law in china that they are allowed to pull students from school and put them to work in the factory until production levels are met for their launch date. They get away with it by stating it's some sort of work co-op program, even though the hours are brutal just as the work conditions. That's also why their suicide levels are higher. Google the conditions on apple factories in China and you will find ample articles on it
the child slave labour you have china enforce whenever you release a new product, until your production demands are met? Let me know when you stop doing that shit.
technically it's called a cartridge, but round has become more acceptable over the years.
I'm just curious how the electronics would handle the excessive heat over the course of time.
I think this person might just want to drink the cool-aid if he isn't already!
"Microsoft on Tuesday mass emailed its 100 million+ Messenger users to let them know that the service is officially being retired on March 15, 2013
I've never used messenger, never signed up for it, never even been to the registration page, and I still got an email notice telling me that I need to switch to skype. I think they just emailed everyone who has ever used hotmail, or any variation since it's creation.
Thats the whole story? I was sort of expecting more. Well, to the final question of that rather short article. It was most likely the area where they kept their spent fuel bundles. I know in some nuclear power plants, the spent fuel bundles have to be kept in a pool of water for a number of years until their half life is met, and they can be transfered to a dry storage facility. Normally the "pool" is not guarded or locked due to personel constantly going in and out, but there is radiation checks that are done upon exiting the area, also you wear a device for monitoring your radiation dose.
As for the blue glow, you can read all about it on wiki
I could see this being a good thing, and a bad thing. If online accounts are using hardware to determine the user account, whats to stop someone from just "borrowing" your hardware and connecting to your account? Sure, they could still have user names passwords and such as backup, but then what would be the point of doing the hardware authenication? Plus how much of a pain in the ass would it be to upgrade your computer and notify the online account to expect changes in your hardware for the next time you login?
Bah, i think i'm rambling now... need coffee... or beer... beer sounds better
Ha! "HER medium" must of been one of those certified psychics!