We do use affiliate links for the App Store. Funny enough, I forgot to on this one! Fixing that now. And thanks for the support, Lee.
Thanks for the writeup, Jeff. Good stuff. Of particular note to me was your comment about it feeling similar to a fine watch store, and not just because I got a shoutout. That Apple could make you feel the way a commissioned salesperson made you feel is saying something. Plus, you're comparing a crowded Apple Store to an intimate, low volume luxury retailer. That's also something. I also love how your personal assistant rolled with your left-handedness. That can only come from solid training. Good stuff.
Thanks, MacDaddy! I corrected the article—both the name of the stadium and the proper sportsball team that plays there.
Sorry about that! Should be good to go now. Thanks for the notes.
I tried to tell you! Our longest-term members said I was full of crap! :D
Marvelous post as always, wab95. I so very much value your perspective!
Thanks for the note, Matt. We updated the article to make it more clear. We also added the brice, Bob ($150 for Stainless and $200 for Black).
My personal criticism isn't that HTC produced a rap song, but rather that it produced a very, very bad rap song. Doc G's delivery of the lyrics is solid (IMO), but the lyrics themselves are awful. Accompanying it is a video that, in production terms, is one tiny step ahead of public access cable quality from the 1990s. As Jeff and I noted in today's ACM, it's cringe-inducing in a way that is similar to Apple's 1984 "Blue Busters" song/video. The difference is that "Blue Busters" was produced more than 30 years ago and was never intended for public consumption.…
I understood, SkylerK, and appreciate the notes! I've reached out to the photographer and am waiting to hear back. Thanks for taking the time to post.