— Reader response to our story on Node’s crazy sensor gizmo.
Star Fleet away teams have had these for a long time.
Verizon appreciates your business. Even if it is accidental.
— Comment from reader Angryman1 on our story about a nasty iPhone bug that’s causing major data overages.
I was spending way too much time playing scrabble and looking at profiles on fb that it was making me highly unproductive in life. I was very addicted and now im addicted to reading CNN articles and commenting. Im thinking this is better.
— Yes! It’s way better! We love you, reader eddie34.
Yahoo should just suspend its campaign.
— FutureFox’s comment on the latest Yahoo overhaul
I do enjoy yelling at Siri to tell me who the 12th president of America was but I’m just old enough to remember what it was like to search for information, and I miss those days. Strange to feel nostalgic at 22.
— CNNMoney commenter ImJeffJay, on Encyclopedia Britannica’s decision to stop printing its iconic book sets after 244 years. The general commenter consensus: sad, but inevitable.
In this day and age, Microsoft can put on a simulcast event, perfectly staged, available for replay, whenever they want, broadcast to the Internet. Why do CES?
— Commenter ZebulonPi on Microsoft’s final CES keynote (which included a “Tweet Choir”).
I had a regularly scheduled Comcast outage and was unable to take part in this one.
— Reader comment on CNNMoney’s story about the router bug that crashed millions of connections this morning.
I’m not sure how, but if that device flops, then I am sure its Obama’s fault.
— A CNNMoney commenter on Amazon’s new $199 Kindle Fire
I couldnt help send you an email about your post titled “can windows 8 save the PC from extinction?”.
Are you out of your mind? Do you even know what computing is?
You are so wrong and I won’t even waste my time trying to tell you why it’s just stupid to buy Apple for personal computing.
— CNNMoney commenter of the day, who made sure to put in his signature that he was a PhD. As if to say, “I know I’m coming across as a crazy a-hole, but I’m actually quite smart.”
The genius of the Zagats was discovering that many consumers are more comfortable having advice about where to go, even if that advice is worthless.
— Commenter bmull’s take on Google’s Zagat buy