Why can’t we have nice things like U.S.’s monthly instalment price plan for iPhones here in Canada?
Article by Christine Dobby for The Globe and Mail
Apple Inc. revealed a new way to buy its flagship device last week – the option to pay for unlocked models of its newest iPhones through . . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: Globe and Mail: Apple’s monthly instalment price plan for unlocked iPhones eludes Canada
I’ve previously blogged at Slaw Tips on the virtues of using Siri’s dictation functions to draft letters, emails and other documents typically created in day-to-day legal practice.In short, dictation with Siri has increased my productivity, precision and the overall quality of my work product.For those who are similarly inclined, I wanted to share a great list of Siri commands that . . . → Read More: Wise Law Blog: Use Siri Dictation Commands to Punctuate Your Life (Or at Very Least, Your Email)
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Fortunately this is an email that I read and am passing on to you. Check it out. This could already be a huge time saver, life saver and multi million dollar life saver.
San Diego Cardiologist has developed iHealth and it is breathtaking ints applicability.
. . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Your iPhone and A Revolutionary Health Enhancing and Affordable Breakthrough
My first real foray into the world of following tech news came with the epic HDDVD vs Blu-ray fight. This was more than a little odd. At the time, I didn’t even have an HDTV, and had no intention of getting a next gen optical media player let alone a DVD player. Even today, . . . → Read More: Progressive Proselytizing: Tech on the Side: Lessons from HDDVD vs Blu-ray
The Blackberry 10 has just been unveiled, and the question returns: Blackberry, iPhone or Google-based Android smart phone? Here are some thoughts, techno-weenie talk aside. We’re talking pure functionality and ethics here, not who has the best gizmo-gadgetry whiz-bang for the buck. Google is a partner in evil, willingly collaborating with the super-creepy NSA’s deeply . . . → Read More: Writings of J. Todd Ring: The New Blackberry 10 – Time to ditch Apple and Google both
… with time on their hands… I just don’t see the point of having to have the latest and “greatest” as soon as available… (5) Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario
… a separate photo blog. I’ve become much more interested in iPhone photography lately using Instagram and would like to have a platform to post them to. I have tried Flikr but haven’t been impressed so maybe a blog is the way to go. Upside is that I’d have a more focussed site and would . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: I’m thinking about setting up…
I’m no fan of Coca-Cola. That said, their television ad running throughout the Olympics is quite clever. It features British DJ, producer and musician Mark Ronson, who sampled sounds produced by five Olympics athletes doing their thing. There’s the thud of a taekwondo competitor kicking her opponent, the thwack of a table tennis paddle . . . → Read More: Rob Maguire: An Olympic lesson on how to botch a mobile marketing campaign
… by a mile… Fix this. No app should take 1 minute plus to load!!! Now back to your regular station. Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario
MeYou Health is an online community that is trying to get people to make small changes everyday that add up to big change. They have a suite of apps for Facebook and iPhones that remind you to drink water or partake in a daily challenge.
When you think about it, your life is the sum . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Daily Social Well-Being Challenges