It's so funny it speaks for itself. Check out Anil Dash's predictive expose of how the Facebook username debacle might go down. FU! —Rick Cogley || From the site:
Exclusive: The Future of Facebook Usernames
10 Jun 2009
The whole world A small number of super-geeky obsessives is abuzz over the upcoming launch of Facebook Usernames, an exciting new feature that will let you put some parts of your name into a web address.
TOSBack is an useful service that monitors changes in various web services' Terms of Service. Click "Subscribe to RSS" on the site to monitor it in your RSS reader (such as NetNewsWire or Google Reader). —Rick Cogley
From the site: TOSBack keeps an eye on ... website policies.
Every time one of them changes, you'll see an update here.
John Gruber's Daring Fireball WWDC 2009 predictions. —Rick Cogley ||
From the site: WWDC 2009 Predictions - Sunday, 7 June 2009
What I know, don’t know, and know I don’t know about tomorrow’s WWDC announcements. As usual, please, no wagering.
Everything I wrote about last month in “The Next iPhone” still stands. I expect Apple to announce updated iPhones with significantly faster processors, twice the RAM, and twice the storage. I expected prices to remain the same as the current lineup: $199/299 for 16/32 GB, respectively. The video camera is going to be a major selling point.
One additional tidbit I’ve heard is the new hardware’s code name: iPhone 3GS. I’m not certain that’s what it’ll be officially named, but my hunch is yes. I have no idea what the S stands for.1
The other new tidbit is battery life: 15-20 percent longer than the iPhone 3G.