Let's say we're sitting around the table, having a lively discussion, when something comes up that none of us (in this scenario I'm pretending we have friends) know the answer to. Out come the smartphones! Tap tap, typity type type...
In almost eight years of hosting my talk show I've never had people get as excited about a guest as they did when it was Susan Bennett from Atlanta. You probably know her as Siri, the voice in your iPhone.
Siri can be a wonderfully helpful tool for daily life. Especially while on-the-go in places such as New York City. But what many do not know is that Siri can provide a great deal of entertainment and laughs.
When you ask Siri this question, "Who is Smart Alex?," she will tell you that it's the third studio album by the Adicts, taking this from Wikipedia. However, let me introduce you to a different Smart Alex.
I'm becoming addicted to talking to Siri. I used to ignore her and rarely ask her anything of importance in previous iOS versions, but since I downloaded iOS 9 I discovered that Siri has become a better listener, and responder.