Yerba Buena is all decked out for Monday. (Also saw a bunch of folks in Apple Security shirts in the vicinity.) pic.twitter.com/5xsPc70SbI— Harry McCracken (@harrymccracken) March 7, 2015
Entrance to the building behind the Yerba Buena theater is sealed up & presided over by Apple Security. pic.twitter.com/dSqzTPuEuh— Harry McCracken (@harrymccracken) March 8, 2015
Lukas Mathis, Ignore the Code:
Tribalism based on superficial, insignificant criteria — the computers or phones we use, the sports teams we like, the clothes we wear, the car brands we drive — is pretty common human behavior, and we fall into it easily.
The article includes a proposal to solve the iPhone mute switch's mute-everything/mute-everything-but-alarms problem.
Geoffrey Goetz, GigaOM:
My iPhone is more important to me as a time piece than it is an actual phone. Here’s why.
Take your typical 'feature-watch', add apps and customizable options and notifications and Siri, and you get the iPhone.
Up Next by Illuminated Bits takes all of your calendar events and reminders to organize them in an easier-to-digest format. We spent about a week with Up Next, and we quite liked how easy it made reviewing and managing our schedule from one place.
I emailed @tim_cook to share my excitement re: L. Jackson spearheading accessibility, and I get this in my inbox. pic.twitter.com/tsUdBS86OI— Steven Aquino (@steven_aquino) March 6, 2015
If you are currently working on ways to bring advertising to a wristwatch, now would be a great time to rethink your life choices— Marko Karppinen (@markonen) March 7, 2015
I am testing out some edgier material today just to see if a robot can get away with it.
One day your wedding album will look like this as well pic.twitter.com/bDUu8E7f4d— olia lialina (@GIFmodel) March 5, 2015
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