The hardware keyboard on my LG Ally makes playing the android port of nethack rather pleasant. Both the GP and you have need of purchasing cluefullness.
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Not that its a wonderful option, but you can always use tab to search in chrome. Nifty feature I just read about here: http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/answer.py?answer=95655
I use firefox stripped down to the bare interface, so I just ctrl-k to bring up a google search page.
MySQL Workbench. http://wb.mysql.com/
I don't store my information in a phone book, and even if I did, it doesn't have my birthdate alongside pictures of me alongside a publicly accessible list of my acquaintances. The issue is too much information being available to be cross-referenced by ME all in one place. Yes, there are CERTAIN people I would love to share that information with, however facebook has shown quite clearly that they don't respect my wishes on that, so I don't keep much information on there.
I use my Android constantly with airplane mode turned on and wifi turned back on since the cdma radio is such a hog. I never run into any app that doesn't work as expected based on this setup.
I don't have to pay per view with netflix instant, hulu, espn3, nor any of the other streaming services I use.
You mean shutter glasses like the exact technology that is being pushed into the consumer market right now, yes?
I would have to fork over $1000/year to Comcast to "turn on HBO". Why would I do that, compressed or not? The series all come out on DVD/BD eventually, and $108/yr to Netflix, is a lot better. Especially when you spend your comment digging on it, why the hell would you pay for that crap?
And add to that I've got a $30 replacement DVD drive coming in the mail for my Xbox360 that the wife is currently streaming a marathon of 24 in "HD" off of Netflix Instant, and we're happy as clams 2 generations behind.
I won't get a 3D set if I don't replace the 720p DLP rear projection set I've got sitting in my living room, or if I make the plunge into my preferred front projector setup that constantly has new midrange hardware getting better and better at the $1000 price point. I can very easily avoid 3D just as I've avoided BluRay and all the other hyped up crap.
Midrange is now King. People have seriously woken up in this recession that the premium for "cutting edge" isn't worth it, nor is the unplanned format abandon-ware (HD-DVD anyone?).
Then again, I build my own network storage, my own htpc's, and roll my own pvr and media streamer, so maybe I'm not the perfect demographic. But I know one person with a 1080p set, and he's 25 and fresh into a good paying job, so he's a fairly strange case. I'm 30, have plenty of cash if I wanted to buy these things, but just don't see the point.
You just used a lot of words to say that they don't really do much aside from cripple that data you're trying to use for SIP calls by prioritizing their own traffic above it. I don't bother with the cell network at all, as I'm pretty much always near wifi, and over a standard network, SIP call quality is fantastic. Over 3G, it sucks, and its only because of "QoS" crippling.
Here's a very edifying collection of those statistics. The "libertarians" amongst us are actually receiving the most benefit from our socialist policies, while the "socialists" amongst us are actually those that are quite self sufficient.
reading this conversation under the sega story in the rss feed. And now wh
You're leaving out one important (to me) detail about that setup. SD fullscreen flash runs like CRAP on my lowpower dual core AMD HTPC under Linux. Boxee is totally hamstrung by this, but MythTV can decode full HD on the fly in the gpu, h.264. Flash is completely hamstringing my setup from doing what I would like it to for No Good Reason. I have a hardware h.264 decoder in my gpu. I can use it to playback local file beautifully and no, the "latest flash" doesn't play them back using my hardware and the OS that does what I want with the rest of the hardware.