- 7:00 AM and 10:30 PM appear to be the most common "wake up"' and "go to sleep" times.
- Lunch is the most concentrated meal of the day, generally at 12:00 noon. Dinner is much more spread out, but most commonly occurs right after 6:00 PM. Breakfast is much harder to figure out.
- People are getting more sleep than you would think (everyone seems to claim they don't get enough sleep, but in total, we are averaging over 8 hours per night).
- People watch a lot of TV and movies.
- The amount of "computer" time doesn't seem high enough to me.
Once again, Rebecca proved herself to be one of the world's leading conversationalists.
(Rebecca has been a great friend since we first met at a Junior High party -- 20 years ago!!)
Hey...I know you're not doing anything right now, so why don't you throw me a bone and go vote for my brother's ad as your favorite Superbowl commercial? (Even if it's not...hey it's good for business):
One thing he excels at is polarizing people. When I checked a few minutes ago it was winning in BOTH the best and the worst category! I think it's hilarious.
If you would have asked me one week ago, I would have said that Palm was a sad company on the brink of collapse that had somehow become irrelevant in a market that they once held 90% market share.
That was before I watched the CES product launch of the new Pre phone. Wow!
Here's my summary: They not only caught up to the other major smart phone offerings (iPhone, BlackBerry, Android), they surpassed them. The operating system is really, really cool. Don't believe me? Watch the launch.
The best features:
- Synergy: Unified contact list and Calendar from all your disparate sources...without affecting the sources. This isn't a scaled down version of a desktop application; it's better than a desktop application.
- True multitasking: You don't have to close or shut down what you are doing to do something else.
- One search: It pulls up everything relevent to your search and when it runs out of "local" options, it turns to the internet.
- The notification system is very cool.
- Seamless switching between IM and SMS for a continuing conversation.
- A real keyboard. Sorry, Apple the virtual keyboard has limitations.
- Inductive charging (no cables required)
Here's Engadget's rather glowing review.
The Insight design looks more like a sibling to the Prius than a competitor. Maybe they’ll look less alike in real life.
Early figure are that the new Insight may be more fuel efficient than the new Prius. Good news: The Insight is slated to cost less than $18k.
Cool new innovation: the Prius will have optional solar panels on the roof that run fans and some portion of the a/c to keep the car cool(er) while it is parked out in the hot sun. Very cool for AZ.