I've heard of chocolate adding on pounds before but this is ridiculous *chomps cigar*
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well dont leave us hanging, did you find yourself a rich man
Eh, seeing how Newton was involved in one of the most famous IP-theft disputes in history this is more than a bit ironic.
Now the PlayBook will have a native email client
... of Pokemon Snap I was thinking of.
It's not small, no no
There's an option in the parental controls to disable/password-protect Safari/Youtube etc altogether. With Opera/Atomic/iCab/etc you get a single dialog that you snicker at while tapping "ok," after which there's no restrictions. So in that sense, Apple locks their own apps down tighter than Opera.
This is a pretty silly story.
GET OUT OF HERE STALKER
As many of us know there is a movement to make "hella-" the SI unit for 10^27.
Following convention, 10^-27 should therefore be "hello-"
Which works perfectly, since that makes 10^-27 kitties...
No, green glow = landmines. A blue glow means your backyard is infested with orcs.
I mean, Robert E. Lee has been dead for *decades*.
Are you nuts? Less than a minute googling 'history of the moon' will give you hundreds of references to it pre 1950.
uh the internet wasnt around in 1950 genius
Bionic Eye Gives Blind Man Sight.
No, it doesn't. Nor does Stanza support Kindle books. Easy fix: have two apps.
At any rate, it's decent enough for a first release, but a better way of buying on the fly than Mobile Safari would be nice. I'd also like an interface closer to Stanza's, with touch-to-scroll (instead of swiping), a sans-serif font and a white-on-black display option for night reading. I'd imagine these will probably make it in over time.