Apparently I'm in the minority here but I never liked the camera roll. It was confusing because it didn't just have pictures you took in it. If they do bring it back, I hope they separate it from all the pictures that you save on the device and only have pictures you took with the camera on it.
the Jalopnik community is, and always has been, the Kinja canary for the rest of the Gawker mediadom and that's because we're the bestest there is. We are the elite of the elite.
Unless it somehow brings something to the table that the $350 Kitchen Aid doesn't already do, it's pointless. (And $350 is for the purty ones, the base unit is like $250)
I feel like there's a comment like yours on almost every article. Quote by Scott Adams? Oh, he made some dumb comments a while back, so we shouldn't listen to him. Steve Jobs? He was mean to employees, so he must not have anything of value to say. Bill Gates? Abraham Lincoln? All worthless because they weren't…
looks like a slightly adjusted DIN, no?
I agree on the annoyance of a second app. But I had to ask so many friends who were all wigged out by seeing privacy setting notifications why they didn't remember that they approved the same exact settings when they installed Snapchat, Instagram, WhatsApp, Kik, and the original Facebook messenger app itself.
Who is the dick here? You. Why didn't you fly in first class if you need extra room for your huge precious knees. Clearly the issue is between you and the airline, as the person in front of you really didn't jam their seat into your knees, they reclined their seat.
Time Magazine, like every other player in the flailing and failing print industry, puts the person most likely to sell magazines on the cover of the "most influential" issue. If anyone honestly believes that Beyonce is more influential in the global sphere than, I don't know, actual world leaders, I would recommend…
It's a real shame you couldn't just read or even skim five extremely short paragraphs to find your answer.