Apple to Patent App So You Can Be Even More Oblivious

You’ve probably seen it: people hunched over their phones texting away, walking into things—walking into you. Have no fear. Apple is designing an app that will allow them  to walk and text without hitting anything. Listen to this patent-speak technical writing prowess: An electronic communication device’s camera can continuously capture and present video images as a background within a text messaging session currently being displayed by the device. The camera can be a rear-facing camera on Read more […]

L.A. Connection: iFad and Common Core Are “For The Children”

The L. A. school district is making news: “Apple Inc. won a $30-million contract Tuesday from the L.A. Unified School District, paving the way for the company to provide every student with an iPad in the nation’s second-largest school system. The Board of Education voted 6 to 0 on Tuesday to approve the contract after hearing senior staff laud Apple’s product as both the best in quality and the least expensive option that met the district’s specifications. Tuesday’s vote authorized an iPad rollout Read more […]

American Champion Rand Paul Defends Apple From The Politics Of Plunder

Imagine (or remember) the following scenario: your accountant calls you up and says that you have missed a deduction on your income tax and you ought to pay 500 dollars less than you thought. Of course, because you’re a good person you immediately reply, “No, I don’t want to minimize my payments to the IRS. I want to send them more money than I have to.” Does that sound right? Thus Rand Paul spoke in front of his colleagues in the Senate: “Tell me one of these politicians up here Read more […]