The announcement of the Apple Watch showed off a lot of what the new wearable can do, but it also raises a lot of questions about how some of things work, some teased but unexplained features and some deep questions about some basic functionality...
Over on Sploid, a post invoked a little evolution discussion. It started with a pretty snarky anti-evolution comment:
Please know that I'm not promoting your comment to try to correct your willful ignorance. I'm promoting it so that people who may not know or who may be on the fence can see that there is a one-word response to your claims:
Let me weigh in here: You stated that there was no evidence to support fish moving from water to land. The John posted you to a link of such evidence in fact existing. And you then characterize your statement as truth and his evidence as what he wants to be truth. Have I got that right?
"We know that hundreds of millions of years ago that fish left the water" is a pretty conclusive statement used to describe a process that is lacking any evidence, fossil, dna or otherwise
In the wake of the newly-announced iPhone 5S, the iPhone 5 is being discontinued and its spot in the $99 iPhone spot is filled by it's colorful new cousin, the iPhone 5C. But if we take this new naming convention a step further, into next year's product cycle, things get a little complicated. Will we be introduced,…
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