Compelling scientific research continually shows that the hype over global warming may be just that. And political postering. A great article at the Chicago Sun-Times calls on Al Gore to apologize for his film An Inconvenient Truth which is so riddled with scientific error that it should be run as a half-baked political cartoon rather than pose as a documentary.
Many of the assertions Gore makes in his movie, ”An Inconvenient Truth,” have been refuted by science, both before and after he made them. Gore can show sincerity in his plea for scientific honesty by publicly acknowledging where science has rebutted his claims.
In an indepth review, Amtech analyst Shaw Wu said…
“We estimate sales of about 250,000 units in two days (up from our previous view of 50,000). The previous fastest seller was iPod nano, which sold about 1 million units in about 17 days meaning, about 59,000 units per day.”
From a “big picture” standpoint, Wu said iPhone represents the start of a potential revolution in both PC and mobile electronics industries, given his view that the device is not just a classic old school product in that “it is landscape changing, being the first true convergence device that combines the best media player (widescreen video iPod), a near full-function web browser (Safari), e-mail/contacts/calendar, and a cellular phone.”
Like I said earlier… I am NOT disappointed. I feel like Captain Kirk.
Apple is on top of things! Scheduled for the immediate future is the upgrade of your iPhone through software updates. Things to come include many of the omissions that iPhone users (like me!) don’t immediately notice upon their initial euphoria, but after much use begin to silently wonder why ______ feature was left off.
Go here to check out the Apple Insider’s report.
A new site seeks to become the Digg of the Christian blogosphere. Blogs4God.com is an interesting concept, but who has the time?
With that said, I do encourage you to check it out. It may be your cup of tea. The idea is that as you’re surfing and reading Christian blogs, you click on a “bookmarklet” that you save to your bookmarks bar, and that blog entry that encouraged you so much is immediately submitted to blogs4god.com and shows up on their RSS feed. That way, others will see it, and hopefully over time, the entry you submitted will be highly trafficked and encourage the original writer.
There’s a good entry here about how to use blogs4god for your benefit and others.