damn that guy needs to drink more water
If it was meant to inspire outrage it failed. this is just nonsense news. It is mildly interesting and if it had been portrayed in a "FYI This is a clever trick some big companies are using that hurts no one, if anything it creates a small amount of jobs in some poor countries, without taking anything away from the USA" it would have been a quality article
It would be if those IT Workers did something like that every few weeks
you forgot shirtless
until i read the summary i envisioned it fumbling to pick up a toothbrush that it dropped endlessly
Time to join the modern era America.
You're talking about the country that still fears the metric system
I think almost everyone would care, they'd rejoice in the streets, parades would be had, there would be people lined up for hundreds of miles to urinate on his grave.
ones over the road would ACTUALLY help keep snow off the roads, and without wasting a huge amount of energy doing it.
So is that a no then?
The real issue here is apple evangelism on your part. I've offered no commentary on Apples role in this, merely the insurance company.
Yes, when i see a veiled attempt at representing a marketing ploy as something other than what it is, i tend to say what i think about it.
Do you make this kind of reply when the initial comment has nothing to do with apple?
Insurance company Aetna today announced a major MARKETTING initiative centered on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, which will see Aetna subsidizing the cost of the Apple Watch for both large employers and individual customers.
The summary mistakenly said this was a health initiative.
Having a barometer built into a phone is more useful than you would think, exclusively when measuring elevation changes.
Fixed that for you
Undetermined amount of time until a large corporation gets bored of offering a service:
For every bloke who makes his mark, there's half a dozen waiting to rub it out. -- Andy Capp