I remember the first time I saw someone raise their cell phone during a concert ballad. It lacked the badass cachet of flicking a bic to "Freebird." It's a sign of the times when nobody carries lighters anymore.
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Sketchy -- Aaron Tait's new-fangled version of the classic etch-a-sketch -- is just like the original. Two large white nobs control a tiny bead as it draws lines across the screen all rolled up in a familiar red package.
In this side by side test done by iPhonebuzz, the new firmware 2.02 (available since yesterday) is significantly faster in every way to the previous 2.01 version. While not scientific, the video is convincing.
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If you like to look at pretty things you could go out and get yourself a collector's edition kaleidoscope for around a thousand bucks. Or you could buy Kaleidoscope for $1.99 and use the rest of the money to frame your fancy new artwork.
I'm pretty easily amused. I find joy in the little things. So, I fully expected to like Rubberduck. I mean, it wasn't gonna make the top 10 most useful apps list, but surely it's good for a few laughs.
If you had a cannon, what would you do? So would I. Fortunately, this cannon is tiny, digital and comes as an iPhone application. Cannon Challenge is a hand held battlefield where you can destroy as many targets as you would in real life — all of them.