Yesterday, all day, I thought it was Thursday. When I realized it was Wednesday, at first I was disgruntled but then I was stoked because I actually gained a day. Today is a bonus day. Maybe not for you, but for me.
How to Upgrade to iOS 7 Right Now – If you don’t want to wait for the iOS7 update next week, you can install the beta now. First update your iTunes and then download the right IPWS package from the list. You can find out the model of your device on the back. Please remember to a) backup and b) this is a beta and not the final product. Yes, I did update for the single ability to change the brightness from the front screen. Lifehacker from Reddit
Testicle size ‘link to father role’ – So if you are looking for a good husband, measure his ballsack. Smaller the better. Small means they will be good fathers and less likely to cheat on you. Larger balls and they will be filled with excess testosterone and be more interested in spreading their seed than taking care of their progency. Oh, and cultural influences may have an impact. But remember, the bigger the ballsack, the bigger the douchebag out of bed. So says Science. BBC News
Judge rules Lance Armstrong doping lies were ‘free speech’ – I couldn’t find the decision on this case, but news reports indicate that the judge ruled that simply because a few mistruths were included, his whole life story wasn’t a fiction. I don’t know if the news reports are misreading the decision or whether it is a free speech case. The case has been dismissed on “free speech” grounds according to all news outlets and therefore the parties who have sued will have to appeal The Age
Hey Macmillan, Why Does My eBook Say That it Belongs to a Public Library? – Strangely a Macmillan published book called Absolution by Murder contains the title page (the page with the title and the author’s name and sometimes a graphic) is stamped with the words “Half Hollow Hills Community Library.” You can see the screenshot over at Nate’s blog. Obviously the book was scanned and converted but it’s a little amusing that this slipped through quality control. And that Macmillan didn’t have its own copy. The Digital Reader