The Apple Watch I want. I just hope I can afford it when pricing is announced next year.
I also hope the modularity theory discussed on The Talk Show is the model Apple chooses to adopt for Apple Watch. If not for the Sport Edition, then at least for the Apple Watch and Apple Watch Edition.
I would love for Apple Watch to become a personal legacy device that we keep around because of sentiment, made possible by the option of internal upgrades year after year.
It could turn the idea of classist consumerism on its head. Already there’s a backlash against those who upgrade to a new smartphone every year, in spite of new features and functionality.
Depletion of rare resources required to make phones, environmental destruction caused by used batteries piling up in landfills, and questionable labor practices in developing nations are all reasons cited for consciously decreasing one’s demand for high tech products. 
But if you were to spend a large chunk of change up front for a device you know you’ll come to love and that will actually retain (and perhaps increase) value over the years…now that’s thinking differently.
AppleCare redefined.

The Apple Watch I want. I just hope I can afford it when pricing is announced next year.

I also hope the modularity theory discussed on The Talk Show is the model Apple chooses to adopt for Apple Watch. If not for the Sport Edition, then at least for the Apple Watch and Apple Watch Edition.

I would love for Apple Watch to become a personal legacy device that we keep around because of sentiment, made possible by the option of internal upgrades year after year.

It could turn the idea of classist consumerism on its head. Already there’s a backlash against those who upgrade to a new smartphone every year, in spite of new features and functionality.

Depletion of rare resources required to make phones, environmental destruction caused by used batteries piling up in landfills, and questionable labor practices in developing nations are all reasons cited for consciously decreasing one’s demand for high tech products. 

But if you were to spend a large chunk of change up front for a device you know you’ll come to love and that will actually retain (and perhaps increase) value over the years…now that’s thinking differently.

AppleCare redefined.

cannabli5s:

Go to McDonald’s and eat over 2,000 calories of fatty crap and nobody gives a shit, but say you’re vegan and suddenly everyone is a fucking nutritionist.

rgbvegan:

RGB Vegan 014: Stop Vegan Blaming

In this episode: an exploration of vegan blaming and how it damages the animal liberation movement. Shownotes are available at http://rgbvegan.com/014.

Vegan blaming is one of the greatest challenges for animal activists to overcome. We need to focus on building coalitions, looking past differences in strategy, and get to work for the animals. Stop vegan blaming!

This is the end.

This is the end.

fluffymb:

The moment when the table turns.

checkmate.

I thought it was time for a new profile picture.

I thought it was time for a new profile picture.

If Lucille Bluth Quotes From Arrested Development Were Motivational Posters
pizzaight:

shutsman:

WHAT SPORT IS THIS?

my sport

pizzaight:

shutsman:

WHAT SPORT IS THIS?

my sport

ladydarkwolf:

bunnyfood:

Charging the cat

The eyes are green. It’s charged. Please unplug your cat.

ladydarkwolf:

bunnyfood:

Charging the cat

The eyes are green. It’s charged. Please unplug your cat.

start-anywhere:

always reblog

putyouinabettermood:

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putyouinabettermood:

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I bet he chose D.

I bet he chose D.