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There is http://snesmusic.org/v2/
SNES SPCs. No lyrics, and plenty of good relaxing music. Although I play them in Winamp; I'm not aware of an SPC player for Android.
I used GTalk on the desktop for a long time, unfortunately they canned it and Hangouts doesn't really work for me as Google still can't get its shit together with multiple accounts
Yeah, and what's with the fact that the Hangouts app just closes all the time? Every time I leave it running in the background for a few hours, I come back to the PC and Chrome has silently shut down, along with the Hangouts app. Gtalk would just stay in the goddamn system tray.
Those two colours are "slightly off-white blue" and "gold".
But they can perceived as either blue and black or white and gold.
Can someone explain to me how a black garment could change to a gold colour instead of grey? It would virtually take a red/orange streetlight to achieve that effect.
I'd actually think it was the other way around - I'm less blue colorblind which is why I always see blue, regardless of surrounding context. You've got slight blue colorblindness which is why context causes you to interpret the blue as a different color.
This is probably the best explanation I've seen. I *cannot* see the dress as anything but white and gold, no matter what lighting conditions, etc. I'm not totally colourblind to blue, and when I grab some of the "white" pixels in GIMP and blow them up they look light blue; but in context they look white (maybe a "dull" white).
My mum, however, usually sees it as blue and black. She often sees things as dark blue that I would call "grey". So maybe my eyes just have fewer blue cones.
I see it as white and gold, every time. I just about get how the dark blue could change to light blue, and my brain perceives it as white given the dark contrast with the stripes. What I don't get is how black can turn to brown or gold or something. Surely lighter black should just be grey.
LOL, but seriously... what does "the head or tail of the web" mean?
Depends which way you look at it.
You forgot Firefox and Visual Studio.
I'm getting seeeerious deja vu. Like, how I and dozens of other people responded vociferously to Mozilla about their Firefox "visual refresh" and the kind of responses we got. Or lack thereof.
Chase Visa Freedom sent me one of those chipped credit cards a month after I thought about asking for it for upcoming trip to Europe on vacation.
In the UK at least, I doubt that card will be accepted. Chip and PIN payment is the only thing accepted (in person) these days - chip and signature has long been phased out. I'd be interested as to what happens if you try to use that card.
The reason the US has opted for signature instead is because they think people will have problems remembering the PINs.
People in the US will have trouble remembering 4 digits? Hahahahahaha
You still sign to *ahem* "verify" that it's really the owner of the card that made the transaction? I remember when we used to do that... when I was too young to actually own a credit card. *snicker*