@cardassianvole I had a reservation so it worked out. Now I have both things.
Checked into Apple Union Square. http://4sq.com/2VcIql.
@shadowfacts No, I’m an idiot. I had planned on buying both the phone and the watch for pickup at the Apple store, but then I couldn’t get the phone, so only the watch was placed for pickup. Now I have the phone in my hand and I have to later go pickup just the watch. People in line are going to think I’m weird.
@shadowfacts This is funny because I ordered the new watch with the Milanese Loop for the first time haha.
@shadowfacts I ended up going through AT&T instead of Apple and that worked out, even later in the day when it went on sale.
@shadowfacts Somebody at Apple wrote the word “hack” and I’m still completely blown away by that.
I’m personally pretty confused when it comes to DNS over HTTP. It’s undeniably safer (given the right circumstances), but it’s just another example of HTTP taking over. Why does everything need to be “over HTTP”? The internet used to be made up all kinds of great, purpose built, protocols. Now it’s just a big HTTP client. Are we too lazy to build new things? To learn new things? Is the web all that matters, so we just make everything look like the web?
@shadowfacts Yeah, totally open in a source code and site ownership sense, but it would feel pretty closed off if there was just one way to do web stuffs.
Matt Mullenweg said he wants at least 85% of the web to be running on Wordpress/Automattic software in order for the web to be “more open”. Uh, that would mean almost every web site is entirely powered by PHP, developed by a single company, and almost entirely eliminates the diversity of technologies that power web sites. How is that “more open”? Sure the web sucks right now, but that would really suck.
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