Yes, yes, yes.
I just saw your mockup... :P Well that's the mobile version so it's fine :D
Has anyone ever taken the time to tell you that you're a f***ing genius?
HK is bracing for a super duper monster typhon....typhon Bunny?
Why aren't you bracing? lol
Burn some buddhist/tao/shinto/whatever temples and pray to God that He may forgive your puny city that it is worshipping false gods!
If you still get fugged by the typhoon, you can still thank God that it did not hit you harder!
Oh sheet. The event Little People will be playing at in Seattle is also hosting a bunch of other electronic artists such as Moby, Phaeleh, and Oren Ambarchi.
Tickets...y u so expensive? D:
Wow, I just upgraded to iOS 7. It's pretty dang slow on my device...
One page of apps with no folders. Courtesy of:
Yeah I'm going to use TinyUmbrella to roll back to the more efficient and faster iOS 6.1.3.
iOS 7 has a stupid fade-out effect for the backlight when you press the lock button. It's pretty annoying and just wastes battery. Likewise for when you turn the backlight on. It takes about half a second to get to the actual "swipe to unlock" screen. WTF
The only good thing about it. NO need to double-press the home button to access media controls. You know you're an audiophile when you hate something and the only thing you like is the music interface.
Still, waste of battery life to just pause/fast forward/rewind your music. Jailbreak + Activator is still way more efficient in this sense and you can access those options any time you have access to the physical volume buttons (always).
Oh, it's so easy to see how many characters you've typed in your passcode too.
So wait, you don't need me to send anything anymore?
All this hate for any company out there, and especially Apple really shows me just how little most people know about Business. It's not innovation. It's marketing. And it got damn works. The mass majority of rich people(world scale) that can afford their products are under their umbrella for marketing. This applies to any company and all companies. Their commercials, what they say, doesn't mean schit. You are exactly right, it isn't directly innovative in any way.
What innovation ACTUALLY is today is not direct innovation. This is the idea that nobody without a business major knows. What is actually innovation today is company X with the BEST marketing and sales skills taking an invention or innovation and putting it out on the market as the most prevelant one to do it. Thus making them the 'name/brand' behind that invention or innovation and thus they are now the innovators.
Simple Entrepreneurship right here.
This is the difference between working for a company like Intel as an engineer and FOUNDING/being CEO of a company like Intel.