+1 same here, used Sensybook on my dumbphone for a few years. Calibre on the desktop to convert any format into plain text.
An excellent historical perspective (with plenty of photos) on the development of pressure suits for both aviation and space use.
Yes, this is hard to do.
Sounds much like Occupy Wall Street in the USA. Didn't like the status quo, but doomed with no clear platform or list of achievable goals.
"We want change"
"Well, what policy changes are you hoping get made?"
"We don't know"
This just a few months after settling for $200 million in an LCD price fixing suit. Guess they were counting on keeping those artificially high prices going to break even.
Just like Daikatana!
A rims analogy would be more like putting on a new slip-case. Mostly cosmetic.
Changing base boot and operating software would be like swapping the engine (or ECU) from a BMW into a Toyota and expecting the manufacturer to honor the warranty.
The finger isn't great for everything, but it certainly works fine for a lot of tasks.
yep... my girlfriends thinks the same
She uses a magic wand, not your fingers.
I just go to Block Content and put in an entry for *tynt.com*
You would think a phone line would have the bandwidth to support a voice call, eh?
So, you use your last OTP encoding to transfer the new set of pads securely?
I think (the article is badly written) that the key development is that this car can average almost 60mph. 60mph burst speeds are pretty easily reached in many solar cars. I remember doing about 65 mph back in 1993 in our cars (Dartmouth College's Sunvox I and IV)
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