Apparently. Can you find out where he works?
Maybe at a "multinational technology company, specializing in internet-related services and products, with headquarters in the United States" or a "multinational corporation providing online social media and networking services?"
Google engineer scratches nose before sipping on coffee.
Yeah, PDA, precursor of today's 'phones'.
For me, augmentation by (phone) marks the beginning of the next stage of evolution as yet more mundane brain-work is offloaded to a personal handheld computer.
Nope, as usual, it's the powerless that are affected.
Bear in mind that this is logic, seen from a TSA employee's perspective - yes folks, that's all passengers.
Nope, they've been redundant for years - who can use a 320x240 2003-esque 'touch-pad' embedded in a headrest over their modern smartphone ?
I recall years ago, there was speculation that non PDA-using man's newly-formed friendship with the canine species led to 'tracking prey via smell' as a task being offloaded to the dogs - leaving spare capacity for the brain to develop into PDA-using man.
As far as getting from A to B - the drivers are as involved as they need to be.
We have a relatively local Indy single-screen cinema in art deco style with reservable sofas-for-two at no extra cost.
But but but each movie costs Â£2^32 to shoot and it's your responsibility to pay.
Not true - a few years back they innovated by employing Gestapo tactics against anyone not in possession of a photographic memory, seeking to augment with the help of a video recording device.
Pushing - the - envelope!
I love this use of the word required.
eg. "You are required to comply."
How could one confirm or deny this claim - it's really flawless and goes hand-in-hand with 'authority' which materialises from nowhere in particular.
Maybe we can at long last update our archaic languages with parentheses for clarity?
Seriously people - antiques are overrated.
Ever notice that even the busiest people are never too busy to tell you just how busy they are?