I didn't realize the yogurt was this good!
When looking for an attractive looking AT&T store to to showcase on its “[Where to buy iPhone](http://www.apple.com/iphone/buy/ “Apple – iPhone – Where to Buy”)” page, Apple’s designers matched the Houston AT&T store on 59 between Edloe and Weslayan with the 5th Avenue Apple Store. As far as cell carrier stores go, it’s nice, but I’ll still be at the Galleria Apple Store on July 11th.
*(Hat tip to the very awesome [Swamplot](http://swamplot.com/59-feeder-att-a-starring-role-in-the-iphone-ecosystem/2008-06-26/ “59 Feeder AT&T: A Starring Role in the iPhone Ecosystem » Swamplot: Houston’s Real Estate Landscape”))*
I wouldn’t have to rent an SUV, though. I’m sure that my truck is un-green enough.
[![alt text](http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/suv.png “SUV”)](http://xkcd.com/437/ “xkcd – A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language – By Randall Munroe”)
I’m a little late to the Houston boosting party this time around, but I can’t resist an opportunity to do a little bragging. It’s been over a year since I [last wrote about Houston](https://neror.com/2007/03/18/where-do-software-developers-get-paid-the-most.html “Where do software developers get paid the most?”), and since then, the national press has developed a bit of a crush on my favorite city.
Kiplinger went so far as to dub Houston the [#1 city in the U.S.](http://content.kiplinger.com/features/archives/2008/05/2008-best-city-houston.html “No. 1: Houston, Texas – Kiplinger.com”):
> It’s the city of big plans and no rules, beat-the-heat tunnels and loop-the-loop highways, world-class museums and wiry cowboys, humidity that demands an ice-cold martini and the biggest damn liquor store on the planet. How could you not love Houston?
Now, [Newsweek is getting into the game](http://www.newsweek.com/id/142633 “Houston, We Have No Problems | Newsweek Voices – Daniel Gross | Newsweek.com”):