I won’t do an Icon Resource on these, but the least I can do is offer you some quickly whipped up PSD files so you can make gag mockups and such.
Enjoy! Feel free to use for whatever. I am not liable for anything that happens involving this particular resource, including if your cat eats a printout of this and chokes, etc.
A new little Tumblr site I will maintain with all my favorite nice things that one can buy. From whiskeys to bags, electronics and even terrariums, you’ll be able to find it there. What’s that? Yes, of course it has its own Twitter feed.
Disclaimer: Links to Amazon are associate-tagged links that give me a few dollars kickback if you decide to buy the item through my link. It’s appreciated.
The harrowing story of writer and journalist Elena Lappin, who flew to Los Angeles and promptly got detained, searched, held and deported under horrible conditions.
The handcuffs came off just before I was locked in a cell behind a thick glass wall and a heavy door. No bed, no chair, only two steel benches about a foot wide. There was a toilet in full view of anyone passing by, and of the video camera watching my every move. No pillow or blanket. A permanent fluorescent light and a television in one corner of the ceiling. It stayed on all night, tuned into a shopping channel.
I’ve previously traveled into the US quite frequently as a ‘visitor’, and I’ve been treated horribly (though, obviously not even close to Elena’s ‘special treatment’) every single time. Once, I was escorted to a small square office, where I was intensely interrogated and researched for more than an hour after a thirteen hour transatlantic flight. The attitude is very much that you’re a threat to the country, and it’s up to you to submit to intense interrogation and searches or face instant deportation.
When I came back from One More Thing and I skipped the ‘visitors’ immigration control line at LAX — at least 120+ bodies long — and walked through the ‘US Residents’ line with my wife, getting friendly and casual treatment was absolutely shocking to me.
Samsung Galaxy S III (announced today) on the right, iPhone 4S (2011) on the left.
What’s even more laughable is that the Samsung Galaxy S III is still struggling with camera and screen technology, using subpar optics and the abhorrent AMOLED technology with PenTile subpixel arrangement.
But at least they’re innovating on new software features, right?