Though Apple has plans to introduce a wearable device in September, there is no word on when the device might ship. Given a lack of part leaks and rumors pointing towards a late 2014 or early 2015 launch, it is likely the device will be shown several months before it will be available to consumers.
Apple’s upcoming wearable device has been frequently referred to as the iWatch by both MacRumors and other rumor sites, but it remains unclear what Apple will call the device at launch. It is expected to be a wrist worn device, however, and rumors have suggested that it will come in multiple sizes with several different designs available at multiple price points.
It is also expected to incorporate an array of different health and fitness sensors to measure various health-related metrics like steps taken, sleep quality, heart rate, and more.
Recent mockups, alleged schematics, and part leaks have suggested the iPhone 6 will be considerably thinner than the current iPhone 5s, possibly between 6mm and 7mm, and closer in thickness to the iPod touch. The existing iPhone 5s has a thickness of 7.6mm, while the iPod touch measures in at 6.1mm.
In my mind, “geek” and “nerd” are related, but capture different dimensions of an intense dedication to a subject:
geek - An enthusiast of a particular topic or field. Geeks are “collection” oriented, gathering facts and mementos related to their subject of interest. They are obsessed with the newest, coolest, trendiest things that their subject has to offer.
nerd - A studious intellectual, although again of a particular topic or field. Nerds are “achievement” oriented, and focus their efforts on acquiring knowledge and skill over trivia and memorabilia.
This is a visualization of all the scored goals in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Hover over each goal to see details about it. Use the list below to filter which goals are shown by country or by match. Please note that even though a lot of care went into creating this the accuracy of the data can not be guaranteed. The location of each goal has been estimated and not calculated precisely. The visualization was put together by Emil Johansson, a Chemical Engineering student currently living in Gothenburg, Sweden. He is passionate about many things, including photography, the web, chemistry and the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, and he has a growing fascination for football.
If you want to contact Emil you can do so by email at emil [at] ejoh.se or on Twitter.
I was intrigued by the ‘Halt and Catch Fire’ premiere, though not entirely on board yet. It was too much plot and not enough character, but I think it has the makings for a good show. Then again, so did ‘Rubicon’ and I could very easily see this going the way of that.