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There are many girls who wonder if it is at all possible to get a guy interested through texts. Many women ask themselves if they should text a guy first. They also wonder what they should text and what should they do if a guy does not reply. We will answer all such questions in this article and tell you how to get a guy interested in you though texts.

Don’t Keep Bothering him with Texts

If you have just text a guy and he does not reply for a while, don’t keep bothering him with one text after another. Usually, a guy gets annoyed when you keep suffocating him with numerous text messages. In fact, he may even feel that you are pathetic if you keep sending him messages without him replying. When you text a guy first, you should understand that it’s not about knowing if he’s interested, but about getting him interested.

Try not to be Impatient

Most of the guys like girls who are patient and emotionally mature and don’t behave childishly. Thus, you should show some self-restraint rather than showing your frustration. It is possible that the guy you like does not consider texting to be an important medium of communication. Maybe he just wants you to call. So you should probably do that too, just to be on the safe side.

Try Not to Use Sarcasm

It is possible that you are a fun-loving person and have a quirky sense of humor. However, it is important to understand that your sense of humor should not seem to be too sarcastic. You should try not to be offensive. Make sure he understands your humor before you try something out-of-the-box. You can try to be funny and sarcastic. Just make sure you don’t offend the guy. Using smiley’s or emoticons while trying to be sarcastic will be a good idea.

Don’t keep typing unnecessarily

Usually, men don’t talk as much as women. At times, what you may find interesting may not be interesting to a guy. Thus, you should avoid rambling about things and talk normally to a guy. Try to understand what he finds interesting. For instance, instead of talking about a dress you bought, it will be better to talk about movies.

Avoid sexting

At times, men start talking about s** on texts. When you text a guy first, he tries to find out if you are relationship material or not. You will fail to register yourself in this category if you respond eagerly or quickly to s** chats. You should ignore such talks as you deserve to be considered seriously. If you encourage a guy by replying to such texts, a guy will not see you as someone he can get in an affair with.

Closing Note:

When you text a guy first, you should never compromise your self-respect. It is obvious that you would want to know him better. But you should not be suffocating and send a lot of messages. Always try to play it cool till a guy starts taking you seriously.

  • I know, I’m sick of the Apple tablet rumor mill as well, but I couldn’t let this story slide by. It even brought me back to blog for a day, breaking my 3 month blog hiatus while I work on my Y Combinator startup.
  • While the whole tech news world sits around waiting to see what the official deal with the Apple tablet is and if anyone is going to buy this thing, Apple has been quietly ensuring the instant success of their tablet device. How? Apple has been going around targeting their first major paying customer for the device, which is not the average consumer, but the Healthcare industry (sorry fan bois, you’re not first priority here). This is a move widely overlooked by the media, since Apple has generally tried to own the consumer arena, and besides the film industry, hasn’t dominated enterprise. Well, now that they own the music, mobile, laptop and every teenager market, the medical industry is the next up to take over. [What’s my intel? My Dad plays golf with Cedas-Sanai hospital execs, who say they have been getting frequent visits from Apple about a new device in the last 6 weeks].
  • Let’s talk this out. First, this makes perfect sense. The iPhone has already served as a great platform for medical applications. Companies like LifeScan have an app for users with Diabetes. Epocrates is another medical app which Picture 2 let’s doctors view continually updated clinical data, check for drug-drug interaction, identify pills by physical characteristics and perform medical calculations such as BMI and GRF (pictured*). Then we have iChart, a “personal medical assistant,” which stores everything from patient data to charts and lists of medications in a streamlined, organized fashion (oh, and it regularly updates with new medical data pulled from healthcare networks).  The problem with the iPhone is that it is too small to handle all of this data, not from a processor standpoint but just overall screen size. The tablet can pave a whole new way for medical applications and the way we interact with our doctors. You can certainly bet the iPhone will interact very well with the tablet, so syncing information back and forth with your doctor via both devices should be a breeze.
  • Second, there is already a huge market here with real competitors (not just a Microsoft Courier). In 2007, a company called Motion Computing Inc. launched a product called C5, a tablet computer for doctors that claimed to eliminate the clipboard, scanner and cart-mounted computer on wheels often used in hospitals today. The product is widely used today, but it’s dated, weighs over 3 pounds and sells for $2199. Even at the highest speculated price, Apple’s tablet will cost only $1000.
  • obama-apple-white-1920x1200(2)Third, Obama. The President is on Apple’s side here with this one. He has made electronic record-keeping a key feature of his health-care reform effort (hint hint). Electronic records available through Apple’s tablet will save time, mistakes and lives.
  • Come on. Did you really think Steve Jobs was going to make a grand comeback just so you could play Doodle Jump on a 10 inch screen? Also, Joe Wilcox of Beta News, yes the world IS ready for a tablet.

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  • In an effort to thwart off time-theft and loiterers, Apple has decided to add Facebook to the list of banned websites at retail locations nationwide. When I asked some of the genius’ today whether or not anyone noticed the change, they all said that Facebook stopped working sometime in the past week. One of the genius’ said “Apple Stores have become a regular Internet Cafe, so placing the most popular time-killer [Facebook] of them all on the banned-list will certainly help everyone get a chance to test out the computers”.
  • As you may have heard, MySpace was banned in May of 2007 from all Apple Stores. When asked why, Apple said “Nearly 2 million people visit Apple Stores every week. We want to provide everyone a chance to test-drive a Mac, so we are no longer offering access to MySpace in our stores.” Apple Stores, which now total 251 worldwide, see an average of 15,744 visitors weekly per store (Q4, 2008). So, currently about 16 million people per month are now denied the right to jump on for a minute (or an hour) to update their status or do their daily stalking. It will be interesting if Facebook will see a slight dip in traffic this month due to the change.

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