It turns out that there’s an amazing side effect to joining the ranks of the millions now addicted to Pokémon Go: better health.
Fitness tracker Jawbone UP claims that users of its fitness band who also mentioned that they used Pokémon Go logged a whopping 62.5 percent more steps this weekend compared to their steps taken during a normal weekend.
Source: It’s true, ‘Pokémon Go’ is becoming a fitness craze
As someone who is a runner, I can confirm this thing is like Ingress — encouraging you to go to new places or making you treat pokestops and gyms as milestones – which is great for interval training. I’m running circles around my local area, stopping by at three different pokestops each loop
Currently Level 12 with about 251 pokemon caught, 47 unique ones seen, and 47 active in my bag.
Angela Eagle has had a brick thrown through her constituency office’s window and been inundated with abusive phone calls after announcing her bid to become Labour leader.
Source: Brick thrown through Angela Eagle’s office window after she announces Labour leadership bid
I am actually not that surprised with Microsoft’s behaviour on this. Forcing an upgrade onto people without consent. In fact, it was using malware-like tactics to make you (or persuade you) to upgrade.
Some other references:
Meet the new BSoD – the Blue Screen of Despair
Source: Microsoft’s Windows 10 nagware goes FULL SCREEN in final push • The Register
Ah, the joys of travelling on the London Underground
Ready to give up on Windows? You’re probably not alone
Source: 5 reasons to ditch Windows for Linux | TheINQUIRER