Angello Wellson-Noble


Angello Wellson-Noble is an underground researcher and renegade user-interaction specialist. His theories are so controversial, nay, dangerous that he has been forced to keep his findings secret for the past thirty-five months. In this volume he has made the culmination of that research available for the first time outside of secret meetings, cryptically worded scribbles on office whiteboards, and backroom StarCraft™ matches.

Mr. Wellson-Noble enjoys the outdoor sports of wardriving, bicycle polo, and [redacted]. He enjoys the indoor sports of pipe collecting, StarCraft™, and uncovering the secrets of a rooted Android™ phone.

For reasons of network security, it is not possible to contact Mr. Wellson-Noble. If you are ready to join the fight, he will find you.



Do Androids Dream of Touch Screen Smart Phones?, a Poetry in Haiku
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 600. Language: English. Published: February 19, 2012 by MrLasers. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Themes & motifs
In his epic work of Haiku, "Do Androids Dream of Touch Screen Phones?," underground researcher and renegade user-interaction specialist Angello Wellson-Noble unweaves the history of Google's Android mobile and tablet operating system. Along the way he shepherds you through the highs and lows of Android's rise to prominence, offering, at the end, a glimmer of what the future might hold.

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