The wire is buzzing this morning with some big news. Let’s start off with a little Apple smackdown before moving into the latest Microsoft attempt to synthetically increase profit margins.
In true geek fashion, I took little interest in the Superbowl, tuning in mainly for commercials. I did manage to catch the amazing Steelers play. But reset assured, fellow nerds, I still have no idea who was involved and likewise, who the MVP was for the game.
Now back to your regularly scheduled blogging after the break.
Not a lot of interesting news to discuss lately (in my mind), so I’ll bring you this instead:
It looks like there’s a new law coming that would require cell phones to “click” when snapping a photo, with no way to disable the feature. I’d like to know who drafted this and how they managed to miss the infinite possibilities to completely bypass the law without risking any charges. None of which require a full sized camera.
Question, internet: What the hell is this and why doesn’t it do anything?