Samsung Galaxy S6 (T-Mobile)
The edge of the screen on the Edge lets you access your favorite contacts, or can be used as an alarm clock. So with the Edge, you're paying a ridiculous 576 ppi screen. You'd think that's too sharp to be of any use, but Samsung's already been ...
March 31, 2015
Did Robert Kraft tamper with Darrelle Revis? 3-24-15
While Bill Cosby is laughing at Darren Sharper and Bob Hewitt and I'm not sure many people who bought you this rule that minute. I would ask this one . He's talking about a player and another team that is tampering to stamp I look forward to 2 o ...
March 24, 2015
Look How Awesome RadioShack Was In The 1980s
Here was the genius of RadioShack. While Sharper Image and Brookstone catered to more well-off customers, RadioShack was the gadget and gizmo purveyor of the people. Plant meters that give soil moisture readings? Alarm clocks that, blessedly, talk in a ...
February 6, 2015
Strategic Confusion Put RadioShack at Mercy of Lenders
In a commercial last year, Hulk Hogan and a mob of other nostalgic characters stormed into a RadioShack and ripped it apart, to the refrain, “The '80s called; they want their store back.” Now it's the creditors who are clawing at RadioShack Corp.'s ...
February 6, 2015
Withings ActivitÃ© activity trackers are beautiful, but limited
To check what time your alarm is set for, just double-tap the Activité's face; that'll prompt its hands to dance around the clock and stop at your chosen time. It's a lovely little touch that floored everyone I showed it to when it decided to work ...
February 25, 2015
Samsung Galaxy S6 cuts controversial features, embracing new vision (+video)
Both phones continue Samsung's trend of offering one of the most pixel-dense screens on the market. The 5.1-inch display features quad-HD resolution and a density of 577 pixel's per inch, giving the screen a sharper image than the Galaxy S5 and Apple's ...
March 2, 2015
Samsung Galaxy S6: What's Old, New, Removed Or Swiped From Apple?
cosmetic than functional, as they are on the Galaxy Note Edge. However, the S6 Edge does maintain features like having the alarm clock and notifications appear on the side screens. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge both feature a 16-megapixel ...
March 2, 2015
Welcome to my first Disability Life Hacks post. I want to address some of the things that no-one tells you when you're disabled. This post is going to focus on eye problems (and will also, therefore, explain why I can't promise to post every single day or even on a vaguely regular basis). Future Disability Life Hack posts will cover issues with taking part in sports, using mobility aids, and making life around the home and out and about easier. How to use a computer when your head and eyes want to give up. This will be quite a short post becase even though it's the middle of the day and ostensibly the best time to be using a computer, I still need to write it in several stages without... Eye problems associated with EDS are common - 80% of the eye is made up of collagen, that magical protein that EDS-ers find so hard to produce properly. lux software is probably the single greatest thing I have ever downloaded onto my computer. It is designed to help people sleep better: using a computer late at night floods your brain with blue light from the screen which prevents your brain from realising that it is night time. This doesn't just help you to switch your brain off at night time - it also helps me to use the computer a bit longer without the glare and the sharply contrasting colours many websites use affecting my.
Groundhog Day (1993) is a fantasy-comedy film, directed by Harold Ramis, starring Bill Murray. Groundhog Day is a film that asks “What could happen that would change this man. The idea is that by having to endure a time loop where every day repeats in the town that he hates the most, he is taught the true values of life and this gives him an alternative, less selfish perspective. First off, Groundhog Day improves the quality of a romantic comedy by adding the element of fantasy. This concept is mentioned in Film and Fairy Tales: The Birth of Modern Fantasy. ” (Moen, 2013, p. 13) Moen is saying that films sometimes borrow the notion of transformation to accommodate a narrative with moral means or a message that pertains to morality. This is explicitly apparent in Groundhog Day as the main plot of the film is Phil becoming a better person and learning to do good. Montage is a common methodology used in Groundhog Day as it not only emphasises the passage of time but also shows the audience both the good and bad version of Murray’s character. Secondly, Groundhog’s Day use of nuance is well.
How many times have you called a government agency or company and instantly found yourself put on hold. And every 30 seconds or so a recorded voice comes on to assure you: “Your call is very important to us. ”. Have you ever wondered: “ If my call is so important to you, why aren’t you answering it. ”. The truth is that most companies and government... Having your questions answered by another human being requires the company/agency to assign–and pay–people to do just that. Most hiring managers don’t want to hire any more people than they absolutely have to. Assigning people to answer customers’ calls means that many of those calls will take time to answer, because some problems can’t be solved in a matter of seconds. (Technical support employees of computer/software companies are notorious for advising customers to “just put the Restore Disk back into your computer and restore it back to default. Even government agencies like police departments don’t want to spend any more time than necessary taking the calls of those who need to reach them. Even calls to 911 can leave you talking to no one, with only a recorded message telling you to wait until someone deigns to speak with you.