Apple's greatest strength and most damning faults laid bare in one comment.
It just works, you know what you're getting, your old stuff keeps working.
Evolutionary, not revolutionary. Does not play well with others.
Minus the phone.
I like the iPad, but this is true.
From TFA: "7.85 inches diagonally, 1024×768 pixels at 163 PPI — the same pixels-per-inch density as the pre-retina iPhones and iPod Touch."
IE next year's model will have a better display. Wait and buy then if this is a product that interests you.
When all you have is a tin foil hat, everything looks like a communist alien mind control ray.
The best part about those shirts - most of the people they are making fun of are too dumb to understand that your shirt is making fun of them. Wearing one is like a secret handshake for reasonably intelligent people.
I hereby make a motion that everyone immediately and permanently stop work on all controller innovations that do not involve jacking our brains directly into the computer. Who's with me?
How the hell did Delft get ME3 ahead of the rest of us? What are Majorana's loyalty mission and romance options?
Raise your hand if you are surprised by this news? What? Nobody? I didn't think so.
Entry level requirement is a GED. An hour-long training session on "professionalism" isn't going to turn a bunch of HS dropouts into ethical, responsible people if they weren't already there.
(Which is to say that i don't mean to paint every TSA employee with the same brush - it's just that the bad apples have more power to "make a difference" than the good ones do. Some of these people are just good folks who are trying to keep people safe and earn a decent living. It's not their fault the entire premise of their agency is flawed and their leadership is more interested in CYA than in actual safety.)
But this doesn't seem to shed any new light on things. Does it give us new insight into what we should be doing or avoiding? Does it provide us with any new ways to deal with problems? Nothing is obvious to me off the bat, but time will tell if some novel application of this observation will bear fruit. Right now, it's just an interesting phenomenon.
Cable yoinking has been going on for as long as there have been cables. It's not about the superiority or inferiority of the type of connector - it's about the structural integrity of cable itself. Or, to put it bluntly, if Apple's can't stand up to a decent amount of yoinking, especially given the ease with which the magnetic connector can be yoinked, then that is a flaw in the product. To put it more bluntly, Apple sacrificed durability for a aesthetics.
And you'd be laughed out of court. The Pandaren were an April Fools joke from 2003-ish. Kung Fu Panda came out in 2008.
Irrelevant. If the design of the product drives people to use it in a certain way and the product does not hold up under that use then the product is faulty. I believe this was demonstrated by the "You're holding it wrong." debacle.
Are you trying to use sarcasm here or just woefully misinformed about sports? Either way, your point is unclear.
Racial trends in sports are very obviously tied to cultural factors. For example, the equipment cost per person in basketball is much lower than other sports, as is the amount of space and upkeep required for a basketball court vs other sports' facilities. It is therefore an ideal sport for a poor urban populations, which happens to be the demographic most African Americans fall into.