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then question the content of the whole article, since none of it is anything new - as noted in the article, there have already been 200 million news app downloads. fingertips is a perfectly acceptable, and technically correct, descriptor in my view.
i cannot remember the last time i used the middle segment or base segment of my finger to work an iphone or ipad. not sure about you, but i almost exclusively use my fingertips to activate the interface.
see my posts above. brew temp and drinking temp are completely different things. brewing coffee @ 140 F simply wont work. and since optimal cup temp is around 185 F, why should a vendor have to pre-cool coffee for the off-user that wants it lukewarm? they can put the cup in their cup holder and let it cool, MUCH more intelligent than putting it between your legs and removing the lid.just because i like my pizza cold, does that mean pizzerias have to stop serving hot...
...she is suing too....http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/new...ntain-texting/
believe it or not, science dictates a specific temperature to best extract the flavor from ground coffee beans. that is found to be approx 195-205 F. this is part of the reason coffee fanatics are very specific with their brewing - most home drip pots make shit coffee because of very poor temperature monitoring. my espresso machine though, has a thermostat, and the boiler keeps the brewing water @ 92 C (197-ish F) ...best consumed immediately.when i brew "drip" i use a...
the woman was holding a cup of hot coffee between her legs in a car while trying to remove the lid. that is hardly "normal use" of a coffee cup. moreover, the temperature of McDonald's coffee was perfectly in line with the National Coffee Association's brew temp and service temp recommendations for "optimal" coffee. (195-205 brew temp, 180-185 serving temp) McDonald's machines tested at 185 F.http://www.ncausa.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=71
My father in law was in the SICU all of December after suffering a broken neck, and was first able to communicate with a iPad. Swelling and paralysis made it impossible to hold a writing instrument. But the vent, trach, wired jaw, paralysis, halo, etc didn't matter, because all he needed was one finger to trace words. www.coachfred.info http://articles.philly.com/2010-12-2...-rower-regatta of course, he could use the laminated communication cards that the SICU...
or, god forbid, you try to use google maps for directions while you are talking on the phone... i cannot even count the number of times i have been talking to someone on the phone while searching for/making reservations at the establishment we are meeting at...
...just wait till 6 million iPhone users crowd onto Verizon's CDMA 3G network...
eh. apple sold 200 Apple I's apple sold millions of Apple II's (and 50,000 in the first 2.5 years)
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