Use a flexible internal skelton to stretch the elastic skin and draw in water from the front through a one-way valve. When it's full, the skelton can return to normal and a valve at the back can release the pressure to let it jet forward.
I had that phone. It was seriously screwed over by Verizon.
Android 4.3 is on 6.5% of android devices.
She was more like a test-tube baby.
Scroll to the bottom of the page and select "Slashdot Classic". That's it. I had to do that this morning, too.
To be fair, upstart doesn't have anywhere near the level of "kitchen sink" insanity that is systemd.
Or, you just clicky clicky an update button when the alert appears in your system tray.
TVTropes is a harsh and unforgiving god. It will steal your life in 2hr increments as it sends you willy-nilly through the bends and turns of culture (both pop and high).
That made me chuckle.
I switched from Verizon (~$80/month including a company discount) to AIO wireless at $45/month. That $45 gets me unlimited minutes and texts and 2.5GB of "high speed" data (4Mb/s on HSPA, 8Mb/s on LTE) and unlimited data at 256Kb/s after the 2.5GB limit has been exceeded. No contract. It uses AT&T towers, so I have great coverage. I am very happy with the service.
Maybe someone can create a subreddit for slashdot refugees.
That gave me a grin. Oh, and Fuck Beta!
The discussions are the reason to come to Slashdot, and the beta trivializes them entirely. It looks like the comment section on a generic news site.
The comments now look like an afterthought, whereas they used to be the primary focus of the site.
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