Apple’s Face Palm
The Apple “Facepalm” bug showed counterintuitivity by Apple claiming security being a big priority but taking so long to fix the problem. Mrs. Thompson submitted the issue every way she could to help but nothing worked. It took until a rival company wrote an article on the bug to finally fix Group FaceTime.
How Mom’s Death Changed My Thinking About End-of-Life Care was an article conversing on the subject of medicare and if how much we spend is too much or too little for end of life experiences. The author wrote about how the high prices of medicare were not concerns because you care for you loved ones to give up anything for them. The problem is where the interests lie and what are the patient’s goals. Rushing into decisions won’t help because you need to do it all for the patient preferences. Sometimes going for the aggressive health treatments aren’t what’s best for the patients goals even if it means letting them pass on.
Won’t You Be My Wireless Neighbor? was an article about how networks were easy to share when they were without a passcode on them. The other complained they didn’t want to actually buy internet for themself but used other neighbor’s networks for free wifi. Buying the whole package was thought to them as buying all the extra stuff they didn’t want while all they wanted was access to a network they didn’t have to waste money on. Sharing a few networks would make it easier on the building.