This spontaneous anti-green-bubble brigade is an interesting example of how sometimes very subtle product decisions in technology influence the way culture works.
I love the intersection of culture and technology. It’s facinating to me. Strike up a conversation with me about the Apple Watch and the cultural impact of wearables is all I’ll talk about for a couple hours. Well, apparently Apple has done a great job ostracizing those that don’t have an iPhone, or at least in the view of many iPhone users. Green is mean.