Bigger isn't always better. It's really a matter of personal preference and how you use that size. What was I talking about? No, not that. Get your mind out of that filthy gutter. I'm talking about smartphones. Specifically, the trend of high-end Android devices getting bigger and bigger screens (I'm looking at you Galaxy Nexus).
I've had my iPhone 4S for over two months now, and I've discovered one of the primary reasons I like it; it's unobtrusive. It's diminutive size compared to the current top-tier Android behemoths is striking when you put it next to one. In daily use it becomes even more obvious. It goes in pockets without issues. It sits on my desk without getting in the way. It's not challenged to fit in any pocket inside my backpack.
That's the reason I'm sticking with the iPhone right now in a nutshell. As I said in a previous post, iOS is mature enough now to compete on the same level with Android, but the advantages and disadvantages of both cancel each other out in my experience.
So where's the top-tier hardware running Android 4.0 and a 3.5" to 4" screen? There's a demographic out there looking for these devices, and the only device offering that (sans Android) is coming from Apple. Is anyone paying attention? Samsung? HTC? LG? Sony? Bueller?
Got a couple real gems for you today. The first one is brought to you by "monkeys on typewriters."
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This on one of my past spammer posts. Because when you churn out enough I this crap, you'll accidentally be on topic eventually. I'm sure most bloggers would agree that spammers are annoying. Your URL still pegs you as a spammer, though. NEXT!
Next up, we have a little nugget brought to you by "inappropriate metaphors."
Then the biggest and most expensive game of chess seen, a two legged semi final to decide who will be at Wembley for the European Cup Final 2011.
I've heard soccer (or football as it's known across the pond) called many things, but chess? Don't even get me started on the ridiculous wording. Oh, and the 2011 final was May of last year. Way to stay up to date with your spam.
Three hundred and seven rejected spammers and counting.