Huffington Post nailed this one...you have been sweating, dealing with sunburn and swatting at the mosquitos all summer long...it's now time to pull out the hoodies and watch the leaves fall from the trees. Even though we'll miss just walking out the door in shorts and a t-shirt, here are some reasons to be thrilled that summer is coming to an end!
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie said they wouldn’t get married until everyone could get married. But it looks like they relaxed that standard a little bit.
It’s old news now that they got married secretly in France a week or so ago. Now the news is that many of their wedding pictures can be seen in the latest edition of People Magazine.
All of their kids participated in the wedding, according to reports. Their two oldest sons walked mom down the aisle. Two of the girls tossed flower petals. And the other two children were ring bearers. Plus, Angelina had her dress designer sew artwork by the kids into her wedding veil.
Brad, who wore a suit out of his closet – why spring for a tuxedo, right? – but ended up having to borrow a tie from his son.
The magazine hits the newsstands tomorrow. So plan to spend a little extra time in the checkout line at the market, checking out the photos.
Meanwhile, you can check out this selection from Instagram, posted the day of the wedding.
Just when you were getting used to whatever version of the iPhone you have, Apple’s getting ready to come out with the latest (and they would have you believe, greatest!) version of the iPhone on September 9.
No one knows for sure what features will wow us with this new generation, but the front-running theories include:
Bigger Screen – you could be talking about a screen as big as 5.1 inches, which means you won’t have to squint as much – you’ll still have to squint, just not as much.
Near Field Communication – basically, it could turn your cell phone into a short-range wireless communication device – which sounds like if you’re within earshot of someone, you can talk to him on your phone, but I guess it’s more than that.
Sapphire Glass – harder than glass – and this stuff is synthetic, so it’s not like you’ll have a precious gem in your cell phone – unless you’re a Kardashian, and they’ll try to get legit sapphire glass.
Go ahead, get in line. There probably won’t be an iPhone 7 until after Christmas.
Check out this tech report to get more info – it’s sort of like watching a weather report done by a geek about a new bit of technology. It’s a 7-minute-plus video – average turn-off time is just under 60 seconds – how long can you last?