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Posts by Michael Scrip

Price of the labels doesn't matter to me if the product does what it's supposed to do.I have a standalone Brother P-Touch labeler and I don't even know the cost per foot of its labels. It never occurred to me. I bought it because it works.This Epson label printer has the ability to print on a few widths of labels from a computer or a phone. It's pretty capable.No one has to buy it, though. But if it fills a particular need... then go for it.
I'm seeing 30 feet of refill tape for around $16 on Amazon. That should print quite a few labels.Anything to avoid those dreadful label sheets... those suck!
And not just thermostats... all sorts of home automation devices.Nest may have started the "thermostat 2.0" era... but I think HomeKit will finally offer home automation to the masses.
Didn't Jony Ive just buy a $17 million house? I would imagine it has an elaborate home gym (and a theater, bowling alley, shark tank, etc...)
Samsung is in the #1 spot as a manufacturer... but that doesn't mean the #2 and below are failures.Honda will never sell as many cars as Toyota... so should we be worried about Honda?Of course not. And the same is true for Apple.Apple happens to be #2 by shipments... but that's not exactly the death sentence you think it is.And don't forget.... market share is just the percentage of sales over the last 3 months... and it's based on the size of the entire market.You're...
I predict HealthKit will be getting a huge cash infusion soon.
True.Apple has caught apps that do nefarious things and booted them from the App Store.I would hope they are extra careful when vetting these keyboards.But I probably won't grant network access if I decide to use a 3rd-party keyboard... I don't really understand the need.
Gotcha.Yeah I just watched the keynote again. I like how he said "by default, it runs in the most restricted sandbox"At least Apple is thinking about it! Plus... any 3rd-party keyboard would have to pass Apple's app approval process. That's good.Just curious though... what sort of stuff would you gain by letting a keyboard have network access?
I thought that's what they said in the keynote?
True... but that keynote was the start of Apple's developer conference and the room was full of developers.We all love Apple and know they are doing just fine... but the fact still remains that 8 out of 10 smartphones sold today are running Android.Tim Cook was just reinforcing the point that Apple has a wonderful platform and he backed it up with the numbers from their next competitor.It's not like the entire keynote was devoted to trash talking. There was plenty of time...
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