In an indoor pool.
In an indoor pool.
In my car, my phone is powered.
At my desk, my phone is powered.
At home, my phone is powered.
The only time battery life is an issue is when I'm away from a place to plug the phone in. If my life were like a sanitary napkin commercial (riding horses, running through grassy fields, etc.) I'd have a much harder time keeping my iPhone charged.
But make sure to conduct yourself properly in front of the lens (keep your fetishes private!)
On my iPhone my contacts and calendar entries all come from Google. They sync over the air. I even use a different calendar app because it syncs and displays better (CalenGoo).
But I have to use the browser to make a Google Voice call.
Apple's position on this is total BS. I think whoever gave Jobs his new liver was evil, and now Jobs is evil (or more evil than before?).
This is the king of pointing devices. If only they made a BlueTooth version...
I publish www.eDodo.org a humor site for Air Force Academy graduates and cadets. Of course, the Academy blocks us. It's a tricky issue, but the bottom line is that the cadet dorms are gov't property and they use a gov't network, so USAFA gets to filter them.
The original Dodo magazine was an uncensored cadet publication. When the administration started censoring it, eDodo.org was born. I'm hoping more and more cadets get internet enabled smart phones to access the "free" internet.
Back to the topic: The Academy doesn't block Facebook, and that's how we reach cadets now: www.Facebook.com/eDodo
Isn't there a iPGP or iSecure app for people to send secure text messages? How will China block that, did they get Apple to preinstall a keylogger as well?
I don't pick up the phone (land line) unless I recognize the caller ID. Everybody else gets to talk to the machine.
Actually, at this point I don't even get up to check the caller ID. All my friends and family know my mobile number.
How do you send less than one message to a target?
My wife and I just opened a frozen yogurt shop* and when I asked about installing wifi she gave a big thumbs down--she wants people to get their yogurt and move on.
So I installed wireless speakers that broadcast at 2.4 GHz to "Jam" the wifi from the coffeehouse next door...
The Trackman is the greatest pointer device ever made. And there's no bluetooth version. They have a dongle wireless version, which completely misses the point.
If anybody hacked together a bluetooth trackman, I would pay $200 for it.
I thought that 100 to 150 years from now, the last human survivors will be scraping by in the ruins of our civilization.
Assuming that there's anybody left at all.
It seems like everybody should be OK if the cargo ships armed themselves with crossbows or pneumatic weapons. An addition to the cool "Mad Max" feel it would add to the situation, it might actually be a good way to kill pirates in small boats.
Threaten my supertanker? Here, have a couple dozen metal spears.
Molotov cocktails should also work, maybe rigged to a slingshot launcher of some kind.
Ahem, the first MAJOR college campus...
In 1986 the Air Force Academy was the first college to network every dorm room (or so they told us). Every squadron (about 110 people) had a big laser printer.
Of course, the printer was always broken, but it's the same idea...
Take an astronaut to launch.