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Give it a couple more years and you'll be buying smart phones out of vending machines.
Man, drug dealers are gonna loooooove that.
It's 35 bucks. Or 1/20th of an iPhone.
It's made for the Indian market, rather than the country with household debt of $11.65 Trillion.
That's why I'm glad the review honed in on the problems with keyboard/input. Waiting around for 10 seconds is fine if your only other option is not seeing content at all. But if typing isn't even remotely accurate, I can see the frustration setting in pretty quickly.
So, you found yourself cleaning other people's balls?
BWAAAAK! It's a living!
Fuck MLA, its Chicago or nothing!
Footnotes or blooooooood!
He might need some of that hoard to pay for his defense. I don't know that going cheap on this will be in his interest.
According to Wired he's using a public defender.
Remember, Ulbricht was living in a shared apartment and working out of a library. If his defense is that he's not the guy running Silk Road, it would be suspicious for a man in his situation to suddenly have an expensive defense team.
Maybe he could start a Kickstarter to fund... well, not his defense, because that's not a creative work, so to speak, but a DOCUMENTARY about his defense, including people who could just check by to see if he was dead yet.
What is of more concern is that the proliferation of technical jobs is gradually excluding people of less than average intelligence - a nontrivial fraction of the population.
Exactly. Because nothing ever goes wrong with millions of stupid, angry people with lots of time on their hands.