Bring back the QWERTY keyboard slider !! TYPE ALL THE THINGS !1!!
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My first thought as well. How do I mod this one up? At least the PAL-V actually rides and flies, today!
There's obviously been a bit of kissing the Blarney stone involved in how this story came together.
Pat pat pat pat pat pat pat pat BLAST OFF!!
Just because my 2 year old in the back seat who can barely talk, participates by tapping & raising his little fists in the BLAST OFF!
You may want to have a look at New Scientist magazine's digital futurology spin-off "ARC". They aim to publish 4 a year (2.1 was just released, 2013 saw 4 releases) and it's all about trying to look forward into the future. Short stories, SF restrospectives and non-fictional introspectives, all in a neat little bundle.
In Sovjet Russia, drone IS the package!
Interesting retirement plan. By the time he needs it, he'll be as close to godhood with the islanders (no, I'm not underestimating their intelligence or thinking of them as primitive natives here), as is mortally possible
I want my slide-out keyboard to return. In Europe. On an Android 4.2.2+ phone with sufficient horsepower and working memory, please?
So is creationism science, or is it religion?
I thought that creationists argued that their ideas were "scientific" or was that the intelligent designers?
Anyway, either it's a religion, the basis for the creationists' case here, and would therefore have no place in a proper education system to begin with,
or creationism is a science, giving it a place in the education system but allowing teacher to have & express a negative opinion about it.
This seems the kind of circular reasoning we've come to expect from creationists and intteligent design proponents, in yet another interesting new form.
you have zero privacy anyway. get over it?
Some people do literally everything to be perceived as a "hot date", don't they?
Of course, the kind of women that this would attract end up showing all that they can online eventually anyway.
Obviously, you can create a timewarp and throw it through the hole to your past self in order to be in 1993's top 250 on that list.
Regrettably, you'd need something topping today's #1 to do the math required in order to actually do that.
The real question of course is, what the "Windows Vista experience index" of this machine is. If it's anywhere below 5.5 it's obviously not worth the bother.