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I was wrong about the iPhone 4s. I said it would be great. I predicted it would be the best phone ever built. The truth, it turns out, is that the iPhone 4s kind of sucks.
There. I said it.
And I might be wrong again with the headline for this column. I don't have much faith in Apple to get it right for the upcoming iPhone 5, either. The iPhone 4s has shaken my confidence in Apple's legendary ability to bang out hit after hit.
Admission to America's national parks will be free on 17 days in 2012 to encourage people to explore the nation's natural beauty, officials said Monday.
The National Park Service announced next year's free days will be...
History suggests that the line between creativity and madness is a fine one, but a small group of people known as schizotypes are able to walk it with few problems and even benefit from it.
A new study confirms that their enhanced creativity may come from using more of the right side of the brain than the rest of us.
I’m a bad man. I simply do not pay attention the way I used to. I do so many things that I promised myself I would never do: Work on the computer when I’m supposed to be listening to someone on the phone. Watch my tweets flow by on my laptop while someone is standing right in front of me, talking to me. And worst of all, I sometimes Tweet or text while walking on New York City’s crowded streets and avenues.
What’s happened to me? Better question: What’s happening to us?
Everybody likes to speculate about which social network is “better” or will “kill” the others.
I used to engage in such speculation, too. But recently I’ve come to believe that not only will the Big Three -- Facebook, Google+ and Twitter -- survive and thrive indefinitely, but that it’s a good thing they will.
I’ll go even further: I hope the fourth social network, MySpace, can be somehow turned around and brought back to growth.
Why? Because we need it. That's right. I said it: The world needs MySpace (or something like it).
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