Life is good.
I have some time off from baseball so it feels nice to not have to worry about it for 5 days a week on top of a full-time job. It gets to be stressful, that’s for sure.
Got an invite to coach Fall Baseball — gave a soft yes with some ground rules and letting them know of my goings on in the fall — the ONA Conference and my trip to Miami.
Of course, if I am to coach in the spring, too, I have to tell them I won’t be around for the first weekend of tryouts because I will be in Nashville.
Oh, yeah, T-minus 15 days before I am in Nash-Vegas! Countdown is ON!
The iPhone 5 is dropping in — gulp — October! Maybe.
June 27, 2007 (iPhone); July 11, 2008 (iPhone 3G); June 19, 2009 (iPhone 3GS); June 24, 2010 (iPhone 4 — AT&T) and Feb. 10, 2011 (iPhone 4 — Verizon) have been the previous release dates of the iPhone. As you can see, with the exception of the February Verizon date, all have been June or July releases.
While it should’ve common knowledge that no iPhone was being released in June/July because of the February release, the next logical release date would’ve been sometime in September for a big back to school blowout. Shoppers are probably going to be disappointed to find out that’s not happening.
AT&T has two events happening in October that points to a release in that month for the new iPhone: 1. AT&T is making a change to its insurance regarding the iPhone and 2. AT&T is leaning toward throttling down people who hog more than 2GB of data while on its 3G network.
That’s pretty much it.
Catch you on the flip side.