Phase 1: Collect Underpants
Phase 2: ?
Phase 3: Profit
WTG Blackberry. Brilliant!
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The first time I saw Benders Big Score I was very excited to have Futurama back, but was pretty disappointed after I watched it. HOWEVER, I have watched it several times since then and I feel that although a little dragged out, it was probably some of the best content the Futurama team has EVER put together. It has the 3 elements that make the show as awesome as it is:
The story line is tricky (especially with the time-travel) in ways that only Futurama can do. I felt that the rest of the movies were bad, and led into an even worse re-birth of the show.
I will always love Futurama, but it is definitley time to call it quits. The new episodes still have many of the traditional characteristics, but have been overall very disappointing. I will watch it to the last second, but know that it is best to lay it to rest.
Best art in a web comic has to be http://xkcd.com/1110/
Seconded! While not a complete solution, our small company uses a similar setup. Google calendar works from the web, through Thunderbird and other calendar clients, and through both iOS and Android devices that our employees use. Multiple calendars can be shared and used on every device pretty seamlessly.
Contacts do pose a bit of a problem though, but it has not become a serious problem for our company yet. Storing my own contacts in Google makes it easy to access them on any device through Thunderbird (with addon), my iPhone, or of course the web. Sharing contacts is something that has yet to be solved efficiently.
What about delicious spam?
I think that's an oxymoron.
Adding features does not necessarily increase functionality -- it just makes the manuals thicker.