In the short time I’ve had my BlackBerry now I have heard “ewww… You have a BlackBerry” over oh, you got a new phone. A popular question I receive is, “Why didn’t you get an iPhone?” The answer is really quite simple. If I had a lame emo haircut then my hair covering my eyes would blind me from the POS the iphone really is. “But Geoff, look at what my iPhone can do!” I don’t care… Congradulations, your phone is contributing to the demise of society. Is it really necessary for your phone to tell you where you should eat? If you can’t decide on your own where you’d like to eat like a normal human being then maybe you should re-evaluate your life. The problem is for the majority of people they love shiny new things. I’m asian, I love shiny new things. Why do you think there are so many asian people who go to Vegas. Cause its filled with shiny things, blinky lights, and noises that trigger excitement in our hearts. Even though I love love love shiny things I did not fall for the iphone. Nor any mac products. As far as I’m concerned this it the greatest use of a Mac product: http://macenstein.com/default/archives/category/mac-chick-of-the-month
Anyways, I discovered that when I type Im in my phone it automatically corrected it to I’m. That made me very happy. It actually made my week.