1) The iPhone app for people who don't trust their friends, family, or coworkers
Here’s an iPhone app for you if you're juuuust a little bit paranoid about your so-called friends or loved ones. It’s Big Brother Camera Security. Once you set this app up, anyone who picks up your iPhone is asked to enter a passcode. If they fail to enter the correct passcode, the camera takes their picture using the front-facing camera. They get another try, and the app takes another photo, if they once again fail, the app instantly emails you both the photo and the location of your phone.
So it’s a little like the Find My iPhone app, but it also busts whoever’s taking a peek at your phone. Honestly, I hope you’re surrounded by friends and coworkers you can trust . . . but if not, you can grab this free app here.
2) Transparency: Good for government, and windows, but not so good for Yoga clothes
Do we have any women yoga students out there? Do you have any yoga pants from Lululemon? Perhaps the women’s black bottoms in luon fabric, in the tighter fitting silhouettes? Purchased the first week of March? Well, there’s a little problem with those yoga pants – they’re basically see-through. Lululemon says the weight and longevity of the black bottoms are fine, but the coverage is not. They’re a little more sheer than they’re supposed to be, which means whoever’s behind you during your downward dog is going to see something that’ll make them say "OmmmmmMy God!" They’ve pulled those pants from their stores and they’ll give you a refund or exchange if you take your defective ones in. Here's the FAQ from the Lululemon website.
3) The first Steve Jobs movie that's coming out will be a comedy
The release of the Steve Jobs movie starring Ashton Kutcher has been pushed back, another Jobs movie from Aaron Sorkin (who wrote The Social Network) is still being written, so now it looks like the first Jobs movie we’ll see is a 60-minute film from the comedy website Funny Or Die. It’s going to be called iSteve, and it stars Justin Long, who was in those Apple ads – he was the guy who said “I’m A Mac.” Jorge Garcia, better known as Hurley on Lost, plays Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. The director says in keeping with the spirit of the internet, they didn’t do a lot of research – they basically got all their background from Steve Jobs Wikipedia page. iSteve will premiere online on April 15.