Isis Martinez, 38, of Miami, has started a petition asking the media to stop using the term "ISIS" to describe the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, an unpleasant organization whose name may be rendered perfectly legitimately in other ways. The count is at 300.
Aimed at videographers who need fast, expansive storage for 4K footage, SanDisk's Extreme PRO SD card range now comes with up to 512GB of space: enough to match most solid state drives, with read/write speeds faster than many mainstream hard drives. But it's $800, so no.
I miss the time when we were still defined by our music. When our music was still our music. I miss being younger, with a head full subversive ideas; white cables snaking down my neck, stolen songs in my pocket. There will never be an app for that.
Information "wants to be rented."
A photograph of a teacher on a school textbook was taken from a pornographic movie, reports Rocket News 24, leading to trouble for its Thailand-based publisher.
Holding a "Mathematics" folder and embedded in an otherwise normal textbook composition featuring 3D charts, a happy student and a male teacher writing out equations, nothing about the image suggests anything untoward. But the frame is clearly lifted from a scene in another movie, as depicted (safely for work) below.
The actress is Mana Aoki, and the photo was previously seen in promotional material for her movie "Costume Play Working Girl." The textbook has been reissued with a new cover.
Can't remember much after about 8pm last night, but just found these on my desktop, so it must have been a good evening.
...and that's exactly what I wanted, because I'm not a big caller. But maybe it's time to switch to Android, because they already have stuff just like it, and with some meatier hardware to boot.
The above graphic, published by OSXdaily, illustrates Apple's new selection of phone sizes--and also includes the iPad Mini, which lacks cellular calling but now seems part of a consistent spectrum. As one of those people who often finds the iPad Mini a little too big, but the current iPhone too small, I figure that the 6 Plus will be what I'm after. On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 4--slightly less wide than the 6 Plus, but significantly thicker--didn't quite sell itself to me, though that might be because Android is just not the language my thumbs speak.
Here's the specs for reference.
Tell me what to buy. (Yes, a Moto F3, I know.)