I got my techphobic mom an SIII and she hasn't had any issues with it (I would have heard the instant there was any hint of a problem). She doesn't have anything but the basic ggogle/android apps installed and all the Samsung bloatware removed.
Easily the best ever.
Oh are you sensative?
But not the one they paid for access to which was the question.
That ten dollar charge stops a hell of a lot of trolling, so I'd say yes. You get banned you lose ten bucks.
Private citizens are under far more accountability and surveillance than law enforcement.
Used to be, many car companies did this with Remote Unlock fobs. The hardware would be installed but wouldn't be enabled.
I got it done in 2000 at the age of 36. Now I'm almost 50 and I need reading glasses. That said it gave me a 12 year reprieve not five and I am happy every day that I had it done.
I'd put Becky Holmberg up there. She's been writing fantastic code since the Apple II. She doesn't got a lot of recognition outside the industry, but burgerlib is fucking amazing.
Battery required for a 14" Screen I guess. I like the idea actually. Quick booting and not using ChromeOS are pluses in my book.
I worked as a university key-punch operator as part of my work study in 1982 and the noise is ingrained into my soul.
I hate punch cards with a passion and I eneded up working with them until the end of the 80s (insurance industry).
It is you.
In your opinion. I really don't care what stuff tastes like because I'm partially anosmic (adult onset) reducing my sense of smell and taste so everything tastes like dirt if it has any kind of strong flavors.
Even before that I wasn't crazy about eating for flavors so it didn't bother me that much.
I use it to tech-support my mom's machine once every couple of months. It's not worth paying for a subscription so I guess I'm shifting to TeamViewer.
Nope. I don't use an iPhone either.