urban.derelict: Nothing is more obnoxious than seeing 'Sent from my iPhone' at the bottom of an email./not sent from my iPhone//because I don't have an iPhone/iPhone
Kraftwerk Orange: It can be deleted
Random Anonymous Blackmail: FTA: 4. Being without a mobile phone is like being in the early '90s again.Tell that to Kurt Cobain you insensitive prick.
akanaka: MightyPez:And yes, it can be deleted or changed. Mine reads, "Sent from my mobile device. Please excuse any spelling or grammatical errors."I've always removed sigs from my mobiles as I find them pretentious. This, however, is a great idea. Thanks!
urban.derelict: Kraftwerk Orange: It can be deletedI doubt it.
Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Random Anonymous Blackmail: FTA: 4. Being without a mobile phone is like being in the early '90s again.Tell that to Kurt Cobain you insensitive prick.He's just trying to make a point.Geesh, nothing to lose your head over.
Zontos: At the tech company I work at me a a few of my co-workers have abandoned web 2.0, smartpones and social media. No we arn't a wild pack of Neckbeards. We are just sick of the overbearing tech and the advertisers. We deal with all of this tech on a daily basis and when we are done we go home and live a normal life free of post 2004 tech. BBQ anyone?/my samsumg go phone ($9.99) never drops a call.
HeartBurnKid: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Random Anonymous Blackmail: FTA: 4. Being without a mobile phone is like being in the early '90s again.Tell that to Kurt Cobain you insensitive prick.He's just trying to make a point.Geesh, nothing to lose your head over.Still, you shouldn't shoot your mouth off like that.
The_Six_Fingered_Man: Does Post-2004 tech include spellcheckers?
MightyPez: Mine reads, "Sent from my mobile device. Please excuse any spelling or grammatical errors."
Znuh: Seriously guys, we got along fine before without them, it's OK to pull your head off the feed once and awhile.The thing that blows my mind is smartphones have perfectly managed to lure addicted behavior and pulled the hat-trick of making you pay monthly for it. The Garmin in my car? Paid once, and I can use the bejabbers out of it. On my friend's iPhone? Monthly subscription fee.Sure they're convenient, but man do people not know how to regulate themselves using them. And the whole paying for apps monthly falls flat when you can pay for it once and use a program freely.The phenomenon of being at a banging party then having everyone stop and look into their phones is creepy. Hanging with friends is annoying when again, they're in the phone rather than, you know, actually conversing. LAN parties have more spark.
evildwarf: Lesson 1: Don't keep everything important in your life in a device that can be lost, stolen or broken easily.
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