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Comment Re: Possible solution (Score 1) 94

You make videos of your commute to work??

I do. I use a $39 dashcam that I bought on Amazon. If I am in an accident, and it is the other driver's fault, I will have a record of exactly what happened. If it is my fault, I can quickly detach the camera from my windshield and hide it in the glove compartment.

I do. I use a $39 dashcam that I bought on Amazon. If I am in an accident, and it is the other driver's fault, I will have a record of exactly what happened. If it is my fault, I can quickly detach the camera from my windshield and throw it into the other person's car so they get the ticket.

FIFY

Comment Re: Possible solution (Score 1) 94

The 2nd day of using the GearPro, I almost ran into someone because I wasn't paying attention to the road because I was fiddling with my camera like a moron.

Fixed that for you.

The 2nd day of posting on /. I spelled, "Go", incorrectly because I was more concerned with posting as AC than looking at my fucking keyboard. Moron.

Fixed that for you.

Submission + - App Compatibility with older tablets? 1

mandark1967 writes: Just wondering how many of you are experiencing application compatibility problems on older tablets. I use a 2nd gen version of the Asus Transformer (TF-701) mainly for reading, music, some light surfing. It's one of the more recognizable/established tablet makers so I thought I would upgrade the apps to newer versions since they supposedly have more/better features.

The latest versions of the Kindle and Google Books apps work "oddly" on my tablet. In Google Play Books, half the pages in a book fail to show up until I remove the download, re-download it, then scroll back and forth through the pages. The newer version of Kindle crash more often than I can count and half the links on the Kindle store just flat out don't work. I would like to use the newer versions but don't want to spring $600 for a new tablet. Thoughts?

Comment I don't know about "Archival" grade or not, but... (Score 1) 385

for personal use, I still access many of my generic "CompUSA" branded CDRs from 1997 that read just fine and I have many others from different manufacturers that are still working fine.

At work, I create several CDs per week and I've never encountered problems with them after 4+years of use.

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