What the engineers of the iPhone 5S have done is like slapping a fingerprint sensor lock on the front door of a house, while leaving the side door and garage doors unlocked, and a first floor window open. Intelligent people who are looking to communicate securely are not going to do it using an iPhone.
The iWatch is one step forward into an electronic surveillance network in the USA that is not only nearly ubiquitous, but conspicuous as well.
Japanese maple for the light filtering through the overlapping leaves Tall grass for the separation between the leaves and the seed heads Mint for its mist of pollinators Catalpa for the absurdly large beanness of it Apple for the deer it brings
In the past year or so, I’ve written two posts strongly critical of the New York Times’ technology reporting. The two articles about which I wrote, both by Stephen C. Williams (5/1/2008 and 10/20/2009), included images taken directly from Apple and Motorola corporate press kits
You can write for the New York Times Technology section, and I’ll show you how in four easy steps: 1. Subscribe to the Apple Press Release newsfeed at http://www.apple.com/pr/ so that every time Apple comes out with a new gadget, you’ll know right away. 2.
CNN Headline: Stronger, faster iPhone 3GS will hit stores June 19 Be prepared: candles, extra water, an an emergency radio and two days’ supply of food are advisable if you live in close proximity to your community’s Apple Store. Experts advise cracking a window open
If Apple is going to make a little computer phone for people to use, then it needs to people actually use the devices, and not be a corporate nanny listening in on every word to make sure that it complies with the moral codes of the pious and powerful.
A standard cherry or apple tree will grow to a height of between 20 and 30 feet. That means I will eventually have to climb a ladder to pick fruit, but it also means that the trees will create more fruit. With their larger size, they’ll also shade more ground, and sequester more carbon from the air.
Today, an entire top of a laptop computer just got thrown away because it was missing an S key. That’s outrageous waste.