What’s the Saying? A Picture is Worth a 1,000 Words…
One of my D.E.Bs sent me the picture you see above with a subject of: Ha! At first I looked at it and was like, Uh, Um, what? Then the cement in my head cleared, and the message the picture was trying to convey clicked. If you’ve been following any of the debates between Apple and Adobe, in regards to the use of Flash on their mobile devices, the picture should make you smile.
I don’t know where he found the picture, but it’s a clever way to show an advantage of the Android OS versus the iPhone’s OS. On a side note, I’m getting close to selling a kidney so I can buy the new HTC Droid Incredible. I’m on a gadget mission people. I will not rest until my gadget-envy is resolved. I’m working on a justifiable way to get the phone without dropping much loot. Stay tuned.
If you still don’t get the message that the picture is trying to relate [slider title=”click here”]You couldn’t figure it out? OK here’s the joke. In the two lineups one of the super heroes is missing from the Justice League. In the Android lineup the character Flash shows up just fine, but in the iPhone lineup he’s replaced by the icon you get when Adobe Flash items can’t be loaded. Do you get it now? No Flash on the iPhone dummy![/slider] and I’ll explain it for you. Funny right? It’s like a double geeky way of poking fun at the iPhone. Don’t worry Apple you’re still awesome. I just don’t know if I can wait for you to come to Verizon. You’ve been dissed…
E.B. “Making you a better geek, one post at a time!”