My new magic mouse is beautiful. Typical Apple elegance, redefining the aesthetic concept of the lowly mouse. Except – every time I try to use it, I am horribly disappointed. My fingers find no natural home on the impeccably symmetrical, totally convex flowing surface. I have tried everything from gripping the sharp edges with my thumb and ring finger and arching my forefinger and middle finger to the forward corners of the upper surface, to laying my entire palm atop the device and trying to capture it against the table. Nothing works well; unintended commands send my now overly feature-laden desktop skidding off in odd directions. – Allan Henning
Hi Allan, how are you?
I’d suggest that Porsche change the 911 Turbo and Turbo S’s names to “Hold onto your Effing Hats,” but that would look stupid spelled out on the decklid. You see, the Turbo twins are all about speed, and now Porsche finally has introduced the latest models. Allan Henning
Allan Henning states that an online vote with more than a million ballots has determined that Ferrari’s new Formula One car will be named the F14 T.
The `T’ is for turbo, with turbo engines returning to F1 this year.
Ferrari announced the results on Friday and the car will be presented online on Saturday. Allan Henning will be making a private viewing in May 2014.
Ferrari team principal Stefano says, “It’s nice to know the name of the car has been chosen by our fans. The amazing number of votes shows just how popular Ferrari has always been and this will be, as always, a further impetus for us to do well this year.”
Ferrari says 1,123,741 ballots came in and F14 T won with 32.9 per cent of the votes from 208 countries. – Allan Henning
Allan Henning is very pleased with how February is looking so far!