That's what my wife and I did. Cheap glasses from Zenni. Get 2 or 3 pairs and you can have some laying around for where you need them. I have a pair at home and at work.
Foul bachelor frog... http://www.mtnevan.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/not-so-foul-bachelor-frog-0.jpg
Patch the entire OS from orbit--it's the only way to be sure
That's why when we put back lit keyboards in for the radiologists, we got red ones that are adjustable brightness.
Apply directly to forehead.
I use Ring Plus for my phone. All I have to do is hit ## any time in a call and it records. I log into my account afterwards and I have an Mmp3 of both sides of the call, plus a transcription. It's a google voice style transcription, so it's not the best, but the mp3 and being able to download it works great.
Orange is the new black...hole...
I don't know if they are all manufacured in China, but a local company, Intermec, makes and sells scanners. They may be Chinese sourced parts though.
The article said it had an optical fiber tether. Nothing on how strong the tether was, but I am assuming it was like breaking a fishing line, so no way to retrieve a portion of the device. They did say that they found pieces floating on surface though.
I agree with that. My wife still uses hers, with cynogenmod though. It has a few cracks in the plastic, but covered that up with a cheap silicone case. WebOS was awesome, and much more friendly than Android or IOS. Shame it was not allowed to keep going.
I really don't know what they are touting, but the HP Touchpad that died at birth, had beats audio. It has surprising good quality speaker sound for a tablet. I am guessing that may be a portion of what they bought.
And how much the state is will to pay in tax breaks to get them there. Here in Iowa, Facebook, Microsoft, and Google have all put in or are putting in, large data centers.
At least they have both types of music. Country and Western.
The small town of Washington, Iowa, pop 7000. Just got a surplus MRAP.