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like i said, performance/dollar this thing is still awesome, but you do still have to think of the whole package.
"not right for everyone" - maybe
"plain stupid" - take it easy, man.
Ever since the loudness war started, fidelity doesn't matter since the source material has been compromised.
also, how big is your volume? the one i throw on there is only a few megs, but i can imagine the sadness that will occur once it stretches to a few hundred megs and has to be up/downed every time to sync something....any advice for that?
This is like saying "windows machines have more hardware problems than linux machines."
I am an iphone user, had a galaxy S previously, and I understand what they are saying - but don't throw mud on HTC's hardware when you're really talking about some shitty kyocera handset that happens to run android 1.1!
(i know that doesn't exactly answer your question, but...)
that better be some SWEET chain mail to have that kind of coverage.
seriously, its like they design it NOT to work with the other ones...
don't get me wrong, this is not about me (or anyone else) WANTING the land line to die, and I completely understand why people keep them (everyone has your number, etc) - but for those of us that never got a chance to buy one (i grad'ed college in '05 and already had a cell when i moved to an apt), there's just no reason to ever get one.
just head over to futurlec and grab a bunch of resistor assortments / IC packs / Regulator packs / 74XX packs and you've basically got your own 'radioshack' at home for maybe $20. Other than that, do some actual PLANNING and order what you need per project.
besides, does anyone really want to pay $4 for every single component they buy?
(and if you're seeing the crossposts on facebook, why have you not hidden all checkins yet? its 2-clicks away, not even in a menu...)