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It has, ...hard "wear" centric for a more human interface.
I’m with you guys. Money is Freedom. No money, no candy. Money buys you airwaves, anchormen-women, news desks, a Congressman-woman or two or three, cheap foreign laborers here and abroad by the thousands, the best health care system money can buy, and the means to get away from it all when the cheap ungrateful pseudo victims, those grassroots small d democrats, try to cheat their ways into your subconscious comfort zone. It feels so good to be top tier. Inherited? Good for...
Who wouldn't be upfront in showing an iFamily such as yours? Lucky you all...!
Grand daughter Marlowe sure knows how to render a triangulated Grandpa...
Once in a while, much too sparsely, a comment reflects perfectly the sweet spot of the tech user experience. No bragging, no whining, just a simple reminder that people's differentiated agendas matter more than clinical efficiency. Thanks.
I trust Apple to move from the outside in on your face. Google's business model is essentially based on having a take on your face from the inside out; your facial expression just makes a fair deal out of "rob-a-thought".
Adapt and prosper or lag and desist. On a pace, or in a race. When you have the things, the timing, and the place worked out, things tend to naturally fall into place. A tautology for the winner, a curse for the whiner. This is what is called "controlled development" in a competitive and unforgiving environment.
In other words, Google knows best what's a spam and what to trust. Good news for a bot, somber thoughts on the ruse.
The limelight in iTune glorifies the content, not the stagecraft. In fact, the drabness in props and stagecraft often underwrites the listener's covenant with Music, and marks due deference to the recording artists and expresses the self-effacing humility of the content provider. A novel idea indeed! It's a win for dedicated content user, and a loss for the aggravated geek, on the fringe of the musical experience but on the forefront of its whimsical non sequiturs. The...
Spammers are like trolls, you take them all in stride and learn the Art of simultaneously focusing on the essential and controlling your heartbeat. On Ping, on Apple Insider, in Life, they pop up as naturally as bacteria on a kitchen countertop. And they tend to grow exponentially from the get go. They grow merrily on a Spill and left-over break down. A little hygienic common sense and a healthy fatalism take the drama out of a naturally occurring phenomenon. They...
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