An HP Stream 8 can use the T-Mobile free 200Mb/month data. Although a low limit, it is enough for some light web access (email, accessing documents, some web searches).
I know that there are plenty of other image viewers, but I find it fast and easy to use, while having a lot of useful features for tasks that fall short of requireing a full image editor (e.g. view EXIF info, brightness curve editing, rescaling, lossless jpeg 90-degree rotations).
The extra power could go towards lighting the now-dark offices!
You do know, dude, that a camera doesn't actually STEAL YOUR SOUL,
People say that a lot, but technically a camera is making an illegal copy of your soul.
Is it just Google Earth for stars?
You mean like http://www.google.com/sky
The key will be located the upper left area of the keyboard, near the function keys
But I hope they aren't planning on doing anything to the escape key.
Chromebooks have a "google/apps search" button instead of caps lock, so it's not very original.
You can tab-complete commands and options, too.
"Anyone attempting to generate random numbers by deterministic means is, of course, living in a state of sin." -- John Von Neumann