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I Found At Least One New Thing I Like About My iPhone

Well, I found at least one new thing I like about my iPhone. I downloaded the Goodreads app for it and happened to notice that it had a “scan” element. I checked it out and figured out that it let … Continue reading

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I Finally Broke Down And Bought An iPhone

Well, I finally broke down. I got an iPhone 5 yesterday. As any regular reader of my blog knows, I thought about getting an iPhone for a while now, but I’ve fought the idea of not having an actual physical … Continue reading

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I Still Can’t Have An iPhone

I’ll admit it, I’ve wanted an iPhone for a long time. I don’t really know why, given that I haven’t compared the features available with any other smart phone, but I’ve always wanted one. Maybe I’m just falling into the … Continue reading

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Has Anyone Ever Cared This Much Before About A Tech Company Guy? RIP Steve Jobs.

I think it is pretty evident that Steve Jobs was not your normal guy behind a tech company.  After all, do you normally hear anything when tech company guys pass on?  I’m sure news goes around in the tech sector, … Continue reading

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Warning: Your iPad Will No Longer Function Because Steve Jobs Is No Longer CEO Of Apple!

Warning: your iPad will no longer function now that Steve Jobs is no longer CEO of Apple!  Worse, it will begin running Windows 7 without any explicable reason.  Your iPhone will start randomly making calls to 1-900 numbers in Bulgaria and … Continue reading

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AT&T Buys T-Mobile and Becomes #1 US Wireless Company? I Don’t Think So.

I just laughed when I saw a headline for an article that read “AT&T to Buy T-Mobile, Becomes No. 1 U.S. Wireless Company.”  I think perhaps that Wired, the source of the article, might want to choose their phrasing more … Continue reading

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