April Fools might have been funny for a while when the calendar was switched to Jan 1, but this is not even imaginative.
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I have the Galaxy S5, but it will not let me. I just keep getting a message telling me that Andriod 4.4.2 is the latest version for my phone.
Perhaps that is the problem - lack of releases.
4 and I would add the Tandy/Radio Shack x in 1 electronic kits, particularly if you created the timer circuit, trip wire with alarm, or the movement sensor.
Here is Australia we do have possession with the intent to cause fear - cap gun anyone?
It is call: Going to the library!
Seriously, teach your kids to use their heads not a glorified calculator.
When they get into the real world, they are not always going to have an iPad or some electronic device to think for them, they will have to use their own heads.
I have a 2.5yo, the first toy I bought him was a slide rule.
Books - just because the school year is over, does not mean the learning just stops.
Have them join a local youth group - not all of them are religious and fanatical or into illegal activities.
A work bench, hammer(s), saw(s), screwdrivers, maybe some power tools, and adult supervision.
Make them use their hands and the brains to build some real memories, ones that can be shared through story telling and physically.
Get them one of those X in One electronic kits and teach them how to make a door bell and other things.
Look at the material you are writing on. No matter how fine a point you go, or how rapid drying the ink is, it will always bleed.
Paper absorbs moisture - any moisture.
Those globs of dry ink can be caused by the fibres in the paper as the ball/cup scrape across the surface removing dust like particles.
Season 1 of Star Trek: The Next Generation. The episode was call "Where no one has been before" and it required the presence of a Traveller to make it work.
But incidentally, Wesley reconfigures the wave to a donut shape.
Just because the courts told them to rack-off, does not mean it is a victory.
They will start lobbying politicians with made up figures and bribes to do an end run around due process.
I thought it was written somewhere in the T&C and the AUP that it was against the rules to share your password with anyone or even to allow direct access to your profile.
The iWallet has been around for some time, long before NFE was even thought of.
I have an iWallet, and I have had it for 20 years - I hold it out, and the wife, kid, and merchants take what they need/want.
It was called Sneakers.
But in the end, this sort of activism proves pointless as some govts guarantee the initial investment of bank customers.
All it would do in the end is destabilise the government and send some countries broke.
Unless that is the eventual goal.
Or how to scam your fellow man by claiming their Windows has a virus even if they are using a Mac or don't even have a computer.
Since Firefox 7, it has been locking up periodically when on YouTube, this was supposed to have been fixed with version 8, and nope it is still locking up when closing a flash enabled page.
Seriously thinking of going back to IE, or finishing the migration to Chrome.