> If you’re a Dropbox user, you probably got an email in the last few days about an update to their TOS that basically puts all disputes into arbitration rather than litigation. If you’re like me, you probably glossed over this update because gah, legalese.
> While Macintosh hardware is considered some of the most reliable in the industry, the company has had some pretty epic failures in the past. We spoke about some of these a couple of weeks ago on The Prompt, but after doing some digging, I’ve tweaked and expanded the list.
> Someone had an idea about how the Harry Potter books should have ended and it’s fantastic. And when I say fantastic I mean this is truly, objectively what Harry Potter’s final fate should have been in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and J.K. Rowling screwed it up. Call your editor, J,K.
> The sound of the ‘POPPING’ of uberPOP in the French capital can still be heard – almost a month after launch. It was therefore impossible for us not to share that success with our friends in Brussels!