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- A Note On #5byBond
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- Why I'm a Fan
- Two New Apple Phones for the US Makes No Sense
- Tech Bubble? What Tech Bubble?
- Refunds for Crappy Apps
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- Just For the Lulz
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- Oh Sir, Uh, One More Thing...
- Why Macs Cost More
- Driverless Cars Take One Step Forward
- Clooney Heard the Wrong Words
- Another View on Nokia's N9
- Wow, Real Competition for iPhone
- Newt, As the Hindenburg
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- The US Fed Will Have Its Hands Full, Again
- Dubai: No Past, Itinerant Future
- ∴ Just Plain Awful
- Watch This
- #5byBond: The Living Daylights
- Blackberry, RIM, Effectively Dead
- An Informal SSD Benchmark
- Flight of Rust
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- Goodyear Blimp Burns, Crashes
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- iCloud To Eschew Windows XP
- Movie Hounds Rejoice
- ∴ Resolving the Future
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- “It Just Works.”
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- iMessage Update
- ∴ iCloud Feature: iMessage
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- The Long and the Short of WWDC 2011
- ∴ Apple Unveils iCloud, Lion and iOS 5
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I'm still processing everything I experienced, so please be patient with me. Right now I'm still trying to make sense of the luxury it is to be able to brush my teeth with tap water without fearing that I might catch a disease that could possibly kill me.
There are a lot of family pictures, dog pictures and general goofball posts to read through, but every once in a while Heather Armstrong knocks out a piece of writing that reminds me why I read her.
This post was a brief prelude to what'll probably be an avalanche of posts about her recent trip to Bangladesh. Expect a lot of difficult images. And probably a lot of earnest, well-written commentary.