French Fries as Mobile OS Platforms

So yesterday I was at a Burger King and I was eating some fries there. Burger Kings fries are just nasty. Recently Wendy’s went back and redid their Fries and it is much better now. So that got me thinking about French Fries and Smartphone OS systems. Don’t ask me why lol

When you think about it, Burger King really needs to redo their receipt. Burger King fries right now are like the Blackberry OS. By mindshare McDonald’s would be like the Apple iOS platform. Wendy’s would equate to Palm with WebOS and Microsoft finally with Windows Phone 7. Now that Wendy’s has finally made some better fries, that leaves Burger King. Burger King’s french fry receipt has been the same for a long time now and with all the others, it is now time for them to innovate or get left behind lol. So this would best describe Blackberry right now.

And before anyone says anything, I haven’t forgotten Android. Android would be similar to any other place, diner, or restaurant that serves french fries. There are many different types, sizes, and ways it is made. Some are high end and and taste great, some are only mediocre, and then there are some that are just nasty.

So that sums up my theory that french fries are like Smartphone OS platforms! lol

December 20, 2010

Quote From Gizmodo About FaceTime Chat on the iPhone 4

“Can you show me that video chat thing?”

“I can’t. There’s no Wi-Fi here.”

Frustration? Anger? Embarrassment? None of the above. I feel like I’ve let someone down.

There was no limitation in Star Trek. Riker didn’t have to have a hotspot set up in order to chat from Farpoint Station. James Bond doesn’t have to locate a Starbucks to talk to Q. Batman doesn’t…Batman doesn’t do anything he doesn’t want to. Because it was 70 years ago, Dick Tracy had the entire AT&T network all to himself to make video calls.

“But hey, it’s got a better screen.”

I agree


June 28, 2010

Man What a Week!

What a week, what a week! I’m talking about last week from August 10th – 16th. At the 9-5 there was a lot going on. We was upgrading all the PCs to I.E. 7 and this had to be manually done by me. Our Project Manager allotted me some weeks to do it, but I’m proud to say I knocked that out in 2 days. I stayed at work till 11pm each night but got it done. Then there was some other projects I had to do, so again I was at work on Wednesday till 11pm.

August 23, 2009