The iPhone or Android autocorrect lets you type messages quickly by predicting the word from the first letters and corrects the misspelled words. It seems so comfortable. Almost everyone uses autocorrect to save time on typing, but is it really so good? As for me, I strongly recommend to turn off the autocorrect on your phone.
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When pimple-like bumps or boils start showing up in areas where skin rubs together, you may question what’s going on with your body. Take the quiz to see if your symptoms may be HS—a chronic inflammatory skin condition that may be linked to the immune system.
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Next time you fault someone for letting your call go unanswered, consider the following: they signed a contract with a mobile phone service, not you. Having a phone number does not obligate one to pick up phone calls to that number. That’s a false premise.
For a long time I’ve dreamed of a world where everything could be taken care of via text. Whether it’s scheduling a doctor’s appointment, managing job responsibilities, or ordering late-night delivery, I wish I could send a text for whatever I needed, receive a personalized confirmation, and not be bothered anymore.
What really gets me is that cellphones aren’t that old. In one generation we’ve gone from existing happily without them to wondering what life was like before them. It’s alarmingly fast, and a bit frightening. We treat our phones as natural extensions of our bodies, aware of our remaining battery life like we’re aware of how hungry we are — an elegant lie.
But as the months went by, and 2010 came and went, I watched my friends abandon their Blackberrys one by one, lured into the iPhone miasma, practically delirious in their enthusiasm for “apps.” I remained skeptical, standing firm in my loyalty to Blackberry even though I knew my Tour was not the spry young chicken it once had been.