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Unless you've been living under a rock for the last few months, you've probably come across all these rumors about what Apple will be revealing on the 27th of this month. Apple have been rumored to be making some sort of "Tablet" for quite some time now. Its been rumored to be anything from a larger iPod Touch, to a replacement for the MacBook Air. A few months ago, someone at the New York Times accidentally said something about Apple making an "iSlate" before going into a meeting. It was rumored that Apple was collaborating with them in some way on this project. The Name "iSlate" is the term that most people are using to describe the device at this point. Anyway, this morning a video was released by some random person, that's either a really convincing mock up, or the real thing: http://distorted-loop.com/2010/01/23/4156/ Other rumors sprung up when it was found out that both IGN, and Kotaku (And I'm going to assume other gaming sites) were invited to the event. The event is taking place just before Mac World, which Apple will not be attending this year for the first time. In all likely hood, if they do reveal a Tablet, its not going to be the only thing they talk about. Refreshes to the MacBook Pros, as well as a new 30" cinema display, and an update to the Apple TV are also rumored.
Sexuality, we all have one (even if it's asexulaity), so lets talk about it. I'm not trying to be exclusionary but lets try and keep this LGBT and LGBT curious only to make a more focussed discussion and we may get something good out of it as opposed to what happened last time something like this happened. So here goes. Lets hear your coming out stories/ moments of confusion/grand epiphany when you realised which side of the fence you stood on etc. Your personal dilemmas and moments of confusion. Maybe get some advice from a few other members of the boards? Do true Bisexuals exist? Is it just a preference for whatever you fancy determined by the person themselves or some would say taking the 'easy route' out of picking a sexuality? Have any bisexuals been lambasted by the gay or lesbian communities for this preference? Lets keep this clean and image free and as the icon Hilary Clinton said, Lets start the conversation.