O’Reilly is publishing a book entitled Best iPhone Apps:

Best iPhone Apps is a reliable guide to the best, most useful, and most entertaining iPhone apps, concisely cataloged and described. This colorful catalog gives you the quick lowdown on each app, with brief tips on how to use it. This is the guide for discriminating downloaders.

Very rarely have I seen an idea for a book that will be as out-of-date as soon as it is published. I like O’Reilly, but this is a weird idea.

This must be for an audience that isn’t me.

For some reason, in the past 24 hours or so, I’ve had more search hits on the term “confirmation@apple.com” or “confirmation@apple.com email” than I’ve seen for any search result that’s ever hit this site in the months I’ve been tracking.

Could one of the people hitting this site based on that search leave a comment and clue me in on why all these searches are hitting my site? What are you looking for? Was it triggered by anything—a blog post or news story or something?

In other news, my site is the number two search result for “confirmation@apple.com”…