I'm making a list of places to go:
After weeks of doing other stuff, I've been catching up on the housing crash news. It looks like I've been right all along in agreeing with the bubble predictors: it's happening in slow motion, but it's happening. Thankfully, I can do math, and didn't buy a house. Because of the bizarro economics of the Bay Area--low supply, high demand, and lots of people making lots of money--a really thorough crash here is less likely than a serious softening. Still, other parts of the country are currently or will start crashing, like San Diego or Florida, and
I think Apple has just received my Bug of the Year award--belatedly, since that bug is from 2003. It gets serious extra points for the "solution" being "Don't do that".