Leave it open? Or closed?
Love, like any belief, is precarious.
You think you can touch it and feel it. Suddenly your eyes are awakened, your senses are numbed, and your lawyer is called.
Because Technically Incorrect is primarily a project for human protection (from the worst of humanity), we need to discuss just how easily your lover should be able to get into your gadgets.
I have been stimulated to thought by a Cult Of Mac reader who decided to test his beloved to see whether she deserved his love quite as much as he thought. And, presumably, hoped.
He wondered, as so many of us do, whether she might be peering into his iPhone when it was left unattended.
Privacy is, after all, on everyone's mind given the rapacious way in which Google, Facebook, and the NSA like to know everything about us.
This gentleman decided to close his apps and leave his iPhone open to the world, while he went off for a shower.
This was clearly symbolic. There he was, adorning his body with cleanliness and sweet smells, while worrying that his girlfriend might not be as fragrant as she seemed.
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