Well the GPU has to vent the heat... I use MBA 2011 as primary and it's absolutely the best computer I have ever owned. The end. The best until I upgrade it later this year.
But it's open.
It ain't "more or less natural"
... it's a plant from this planet earth.
Yeah, I agree with this general pattern. Most people don't care and just need to be able to shop the web, use email, and store a bunch of photos they'll most likely lose when the hard drive crashes. Hopefully they've subscribed to a cloud backup, or invested in one of those inexpensive USB drives as a backup. I just wish Windows had something as nice as Time Machine on OSX. Seems all the folks I advise get stuck on backup software, wind up installing something when I'm not around that usually includes some spyware disguised as anti-virus and the entire machine slows to a crawl.
Yeah, I use my MessagePad 2000 all the fucking time too, but mostly my eMate stands in as the winner.
It's Uncle Fester who needs to go. Now!
I sit here wondering why I still need to see an update to the Flash plugin, much less an alternative way to play a flash file. No thanks.
I've already got my phone on vibrate for you baby!
Here's the deal -- it's interesting as a sample. You might extrapolate a lot from his data. For a better sample tools just aren't there, except are they? A smartphone knows everything about your habits. I have been tracking any walk, jog, cycle, hike, or paddle I take with an app on my smartphone for about two years. Guess what I found out? I don't care enough to do anything with the data. I'm fit, I'm healthy and happy, I'm not an obsessed athlete. I get the idea and the nerdgasm of data, but I it doesn't help me enjoy life more.
Microsoft has shown more than it has shipped, and that is bad.
You are right, I am caught in some amount of hyperbole! My point stands. With a cash on hand of some 97billion dollars, a Roku $50million dollar IPO is meaningless. Roku has no long term future, about as much as Groupon.
> Meanwhile, Roku is gearing up for a $50M IPO, so this cord-cutting story is far from over." Wow! You mean Roku might be worth a speculative 50m? Apple has nearly a trillion dollars IN THE BANK. Think on that a moment. This post is junk. AppleTV has made an incremental step forward, not bad for a hobby.
I pity the fool who modded you down.
A lot of people need peace when working. It's called environmental sensitivity or at least awareness.
Try Battlefield 3 man...