But who's gonna read that flatliner after a new owner simply drops dead from finding out how truly crap this phone turned out to be?Right, because more pixels create better pictures¡First day of the month, I presume.
Sir! Are you implying I equal on the levels of business intelligence as the former CEO of the largest software company on the planet, Mr. S. Ballmer? Because if you are, this would be the greatest compliment I have ever received!
Fully agree; this speech is such a moving one, I think I cried a little the first time I say it.Tech has gotten so cheap over the years I cannot believe people have a difficult time paying $600 or up for this thing called the iPhone. The power we have cannot be put into $$.
Actually the quote 'Stay hungry, stay foolish' isn't from Jobs, but he quoted it from a magazine, a farewell message placed on the back cover of the 1974 edition of The Whole Earth Catalog.
1) I love Top Gear. The humour is really, I don't know, probably easy for the producers to write but the way they present it, the laughs they have with themselves, all too funny. The pranks, and the sites they go to....2) I love Vimeo. So many great video's on there, no lame comments like on You Tube. The best, bar none.3) Didn't Top Gear also went to a special road in The States, similar to this one in Romania?
I take it you've never been inside then? Really beautiful.Don't forget to rent something fast and take it for a spin on the transfăgărășan road in Romania:1) Point taken2) I do that as well, seen the craziest things.3) Clock design by Packard¿
Ah, just the pic. That is sad. Opportunity / time allowing, do come over and visit. So much to see. I would like to make a suggestion that not all Americans take to heart: take your time in Europe and do not try to see it all in one week. One will miss out on many details.Backpacking is indeed not the best way to travel anymore. A car is really the best way, just make sure you know how to drive a 'shift stick'. (though automatic transmission has become widespread now,...
1) I fully agree; that's some serious body slam min', and not even sure if one's physician would allow.2) My bad. France is nice by car, but I would say one should definitely drive through England as well. Beautiful landscape.