Behold, the Vagina Display.
I use it for international calling on my cellphone. Paying only a couple cents vs. a few dollars a minute that I assume all US mobile carriers are charging.
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Trying to get FF7 PC to run halfway decently on a non-Voodoo card was the equivalent of torture. I had a G200 and later a TNT2
You can always break the contract and pay the ETF. Although I remember reading that Google is charging a separate ETF in addition to the one you'd have to pay T-Mobile.
More surprising to me was that in CoH/V PvP is not played as described. I play WoW, on both PvP and carebear servers, and boy do I get ganked whenever I'm in the wrong place at the wrong time. There is no such "polite agreement" between Ally and Horde in WoW. How did one get established in CoH/V?
In CoH, players of opposing factions can talk to each other.
Same here. In fact, I "pre-screwed" myself by consciously buying the G1 without a contract, paying $380 for the privilege to remain out of a contract.
Do you still get to keep your current phone number if you cancel first?
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I got mine at Walmart for $375 plus tax without signing a contract.
I'm pretty sure T-Mobile stores sell the phone sans contract as well, for $400.
You can also sign up as an Android developer ($25 cost) to buy a completely unlocked G1 for $400. See http://hardware.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=08/12/08/1324256
When it comes to heatsinks, fans and thermal compounds, Micro Center has had the largest selection that I've seen. I remember seeing Scythe S-FLEX fans and Xigmatek direct-touch heatpipe heatsinks (the S1283 if you have to know).
How hard would it be to boot an Ubuntu live CD on the windows machine and repeat the test?