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The average smartphone user checks his or her phone about 150 times a day. We’re, uh, waaaaay over that.
“Now remember, feed the cats twice a day, water the plants once a week, and this is a list of the programs we want videotaped.”
Newsweek, August 6, 1984
Ha! They had cats in 1984.
Hey guys! We’re on Google+ “Hanging Out” with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and author of ‘Half the Sky’ Sheryl WuDunn! Come watch with us, and feel free to leave a question for the Senator or the author right here as a reblog.
Document-sharing site Scribd makes a powerful case for opposing SOPA, the Stop Online Privacy Act that’s currenly delayed in Congress. If it passes, Scribd is saying, the web could just… disappear.
Cutest thing ever. Also: gotta love those NY accents. “What does a compuwtah do?”
- I wonder if his LinkedIn is active. That would be a minus.
- At what exact moment did he decide to move from Vaguely Asexual Sexy Librarian to Woody Allen glasses? Good move regardless.
- First rule of internet crushes: do NOT talk about internet crushes (publicly).
- Don’t Wiki him. C’mon.
- OF COURSE we have 11 Facebook friends in common.
- Hey! He’s never written for Thought Catalog!
- Wait, we could like, potentially meet. We’ve probably been in the same room before.
- It’s doomed.
- [He probably only likes cute Asian girls with straight across bangs.]
- DON’T TALK ABOUT INTERNET CRUSHES.
Ever wondered how your email can cross the vastness of the ocean and be delivered almost instantly, anywhere in the world? It’s all down to a network of fibre-optic cables that link up the continents and transmit terabits of data every second.
Yes, yes I always did wonder about this. —Wright
Steve Jobs has resigned as CEO of Apple. In a letter to the board, he writes, “I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you know. Unfortunately, that day has come.” Above, we’ve pulled three Newsweek covers of the visionary Apple co-founder from over the years.