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Time to buy a Ricoh.
At least they don't monkey with the compression to the level it actually distorts the image.
You mean like old 3.5" floppy disks!
Key word there is "Heavy". A 4500mah battery ALONE is almost as large as a 7" tablet.
I guess those old brick phones are back in vogue huh?
The BEST solutions are usually the simplest!
Stone tablet and chisel... Bam! Good for a few thousand years depending on erosion conditions.
Copy and pasta!!!
Actually, I'll save people wanting to kill me, see my above post to the first AC
Heh, actually I have a variety of platforms including a few embedded devices, SO the additional tools I use, including the shell, compilers and utilities varies from server to server depending on their job or task. The only thing that immediately springs to mind as really being universal across all of my devices is the kernel itself!
Though there may be one or two other utilities or programs that might be common to all of them.... I'm not about to put forth the exertion to check
As an admin of a small cluster, I can name one, and ONLY one, open source tool that I use in ALL my servers.
So long as they let me fight on their side, it's all good!
Mine was run over and smashed to a pulp by a GMC Sierra 1500 and it still (kinda) worked. When I plugged it in it was recognized as an iPhone in recovery mode!
Thank you! You saved me from the reply
You'll want it for an ARM-based tablet.
No. No I won't.
Not when other OS's that were designed to be tablet OS's are available in lieu of MS's rushed bastard child that's going to attempt to be relevant in a market that has shown again and again a full desktop OS has no place in.
I'm not "prepared" for a disaster in the truest sense of the word. "Prepared" alludes to the fact that some conscious and extra effort has been taken in order to have something to "fall back" on when you are hit with the unexpected.
I think the better word for me is simply "ready".
I grew up in a rural area and was often out in the woods or field without proper tools or away from modern conveniences so I began to develop what I later learned is called an "Every Day Carry" and just made having a wide and flexible variety of tools and supplies constantly ready and always available.
Right now on my person I have an iPhone 4, a 3" lockback pocket knife, small bags, a spare key in my wallet, my wallet, chapstick (shut up lol!), 50 feet of paracord, and a very compact belt sheath holding a leatherman, a 16gb usb flashdrive, a 700 lumen LED flashlight with spare battery and a small waterproof bison tube with needle, thread and firesteel...
I cannot be found without these items so long as I'm clothed. While my car and home is better equipped, if I was suddenly thrust into the middle of nowhere or into a disaster situation, I'm already carrying 99% of what I need to make it indefinitely assuming ANY resources are available (ie-game, trees, water) using what I'm already carrying and survival skills that were learned growing up.
Everything else extra is just frosting on the cake of survival.
Seriously? At what point should we even bother taking the photograph? Why don't they just cut to the chase and have it draw in whatever the heck we want? I have nothing against retouching photo's, but you still have to work with an original... When the original is hacked to shreds in order to reflect who/whatever the software chooses at the source is there even a point to taking the photo?
Sorry, just my stick in the mud moment of the year. I'm all better now.
"oeExcluded License" means any license requiring, as a condition of use, modification and/or distribution of the software subject to the license, that the software or other software combined and/or distributed with it be (i) disclosed or distributed in source code form; (ii) licensed for the purpose of making derivative works; or (iii) redistributable at no charge.
That includes, remarkably, Microsoft's own OSI-approved Microsoft Reciprocal License and possibly even the Microsoft Public License, according to one legal expert.
TFA also asserts that Nokia should worry about it. And, by-the-way, Intel's CEO is on the opinion that Nokia should have gone Android instead of MS... in the light of the above, I tend to agree."
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