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dilettantish
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Feb 22 2016
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Try the Xperia Z5 Compact, announced in September, available unlocked for use with GSM carriers in the US from Amazon, Best Buy and other retailers for $500, as of February 7th.

Aug 8 2014
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Actually, the quote from the study is: "Exposure to blue-enriched white light during daytime work hours..." - it does not specify addition, which is a pared down definition of enrich. Among other definitions for enrich is: "to process so as to add or increase the proportion of a desirable ingredient" (http://i.word.co Read more

Jul 27 2014
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It seems to me that this could be a nice way to recover some energy from air conditioners, which are already busy dehumidifying large volumes of air.

May 22 2014
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I have a remote control version of Brum. The eyes turn back and forth periodically, and it makes great little kid car noises too.

May 15 2014
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I think Africa may have a bone or two to pick with you when it comes to "we're the oldest". For the record, none of us KNOW anything, we each ascribe to our own collections of beliefs and theories. That certainly doesn't stop people from behaving like chest-beating apes trying to show who is the biggest dick in forest.

Apr 29 2014
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You mentioned at least two bro-types that you didn't define (the Red State Bro and the Cowbro). I was actually looking forward to seeing those defined, because, while I live in Texas, the Dallas Bro does not describe all of the bros in Texas, but both the Red State Bro and the Cowbro would probably share some Read more

Mar 1 2014
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Do you mean besides the benefit of planting trees, or possibly other permanent crops (i.e.- fruit producing bushes), and not cutting them down; thereby retaining the benefit of that vegetation acting as a natural converter of carbon dioxide to oxygen?

Feb 21 2014
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Of course you mean, 'besides the one at the beginning of the story,' right?

Nov 23 2013
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Robert A Heinlein wrote a short story about recreational human gliding/flight on the moon. Actually the story isn't about humans flying, but that aspect is a significant part of the story, 'The Menace from Earth'.

Oct 7 2013
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Regarding your question: "How many companies were clamoring to make a smartwatch before Apple's patent for one was released?" Read more

Oct 7 2013
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Thanks for this, I didn't know that this phone existed, let alone that it had a fingerprint scanner. Good find.

Oct 7 2013
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Yes, people are consistently quick to point out that the original Motorola Atrix had the fingerprint scanner first. I did too, when the iPhone 5S was announced and that feature was announced - and lauded as being innovative. Read more

Oct 7 2013
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My wife still has her Atrix. It's starting to have hardware and software glitches, but she keeps hanging on to it because she loves the phone (uses the scanner to unlock); and because she loves her lapdock, and the added versatility it provides. The lapdock was a great idea, that was just too ahead of it's time.