This is Optimus Prime carved into a watermelon. Or is it a watermelon carved into Optimus Prime? “Neither, that’s a cantaloupe.” Can’t elope?! But we love each other and our families are feuding! “Did you really just…I hope you feel shame for even typing that.” I do, I really do. For everything. BUT MOSTLY FOR JUST OWNING YOUR ASS WITH WORDS!
The Optimus Prime Watermelon Carving [obviouswinner]
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Question by ♥ Monno ♥: GUYS! I need your opinion!? Something embarrasing happened with my crush a few weeks ago. And i wanted to know if it was rly bad and if you think my crush was laughing at him or something. If you were in his position, what would you think?
Ok so the other day i was talking to my friend and across from us was the attendance office and it had big windows like all the offices. Anyway we’re talking and my crush was inside using the office phone (and i had NO idea) & y friend says “Hey your man inside talking on the phone” And at first i idnt believe her & also i didnt have my glasses on so i kinda bend down a few inches to see his face and it was him! And i had the most embarrasing reaction ever; laughing like “oh shits really him”!! And i asked my friend if he was looking and she said yea.Ugh he hates me already will he hate me even more now? OMG =[
What do you think? i forgot to add that he saw me bend down a little to look at him so i guess it was really obvious & knew that i was laughing at him
Answer by Just Your Friendly Black Mangirl… men dont hate easily embarrased women, just cutthroat b****es.
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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology.
Last week’s Switched On discussed how Lion’s feature set could be perceived differently by new users or those coming from an iPad versus those who have used Macs for some time, while a previous Switched On discussed how Microsoft is preparing for a similar transition in Windows 8. Both OS X Lion and Windows 8 seek to mix elements of a tablet UI with elements of a desktop UI or — putting it another way — a finger-friendly touch interface with a mouse-driven interface. If Apple and Microsoft could wave a wand and magially have all apps adopt overnight so they could leave a keyboard and mouse behind, they probably would. Since they can’t, though, inconsistency prevails.
Yet, while the OS X-iOS mashup that is Lion exhibits is share of growing pains, the fall-off effect isn’t as pronounced as it appears it will be for Windows 8. The main reasons for this are, in order of increasing importance, legacy, hardware, and Metro.
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We thought Mango’s nectar was already pretty damn sweet, but a group of young developers recently took up the challenge to make the next generation Windows Phone 7 experience even more delicious. Following up on last year’s ‘Rockstar’ competition, Microsoft asked students to submit Mango app prototypes via Twitter, with the promise of developers phones for the top entries. Among the top 20 #WPAppItUp submissions are a program that helps the colorblind figure out what shade of puce they’re peeping, and a sadistic alarm clock that requires users to solve puzzles before hitting the snooze button. Apparently, Microsoft still has 30 Windows Phones to give away, and is looking for young devs to offer up America’s next top Mango app. Submission guidelines can be found at the source link below.
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Question by gohan1022000: Can I downgrade my iphone 3g to the orignal iphone? I recently just upgrade my iphone 3G but now I don’t like the fact that it doesn’t make much of a difference. I mean its good that you get faster data & an asissted gps with no voice turn. Plan increases with no free txt message, plastic or vulnerable to scratches, gets more smudge on the back, and the so on. But to me it just an “iPhone”.
Answer by M Dyou can change from the 3G to the 2G model. you just need to change your sim card. if you have the 2G model and you’ve upgraded the software to 2.0, you’re still stuck with the 30.00 data pkg.
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Der iPad-Killer Samsung Galaxy Tab: Die derzeit größte und einzige iPad-Konkurrenz. Das Tablet mit 7-Zoll-Display verfügt über eine Auflösung von 1.024 x 600 Pixel, hat aber kein AMOLED-Display. Beeindruckend auch seine Ausstattungsmerkmale: Android 2.2, n-WLAN, UMTS, GPS, 16 GByte Speicher, Micro-SD-Slot und 2 Digital-Kameras. Wir zeigen, was das Galaxy Tab drauf hat. Originalbeitrag: www.chip.de Samsung Galaxy Tab günstig kaufen: www.chip.deRelated Posts:
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Google TV not worth 300 bones to ya? How’s about a cool Benjamin? As promised, Logitech has slashed the price of its Revue set-top box from $ 299 to $ 99 on its own site and at retailers like Best Buy, giving prospective customers something awfully tempting to consider alongside the prospect of running Honeycomb on their TV right away. Oh, and the much-reported nugget from its earnings about “returns exceeding sales”? It should probably be noted that wasn’t about returns from end users, which the company claims “have averaged at levels comparable to other Logitech products”, but from the distributors and retailers it sells most of its hardware to. So, you in, or are you still holding out for the 90 percent off sale that may or may not ever materialize?
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This guest post is by venture capitalist David Cowan. David has recently purchased a Nissan Leaf after going car-less for two year.
After 3.5 years, I’ve finally re-joined the community of car owners.
Between February 2008 and last week, I was car-less. I borrowed and rented cars, took taxis and Zip cars, and occasionally biked. I also bummed a lot of rides (thank you very much – you know who you are). It had started when the warranty on my fancy German gas guzzler expired; I sold the thing, and never really found the time to shop around for a replacement – Who Has Time For This?
I felt a lot more excited about the prospect of driving an electric sedan, which should be greener, potentially faster, simpler to operate, and cheaper to fuel. Most importantly, I’d never have to kill ten minutes stopping for gas – Who Has Time For This? So I put my name down on the lists for a Tesla Model S, Fisker Karma, Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt, deciding to wait for one to be built. Three years later, I got calls from Fisker, Nissan and Chevy, and it was time to decide.
After examining the options and driving the cars, it was a pretty easy decision to buy the Leaf for these eight reasons:
1. Compared to the others, the Leaf gets twice the range from a battery charge: 100 miles, or 85 miles with the AC cranking. (Plugging the car in and out adds about 15 seconds a day to your daily routine, or 5 minutes a month – about half the time we spend at gas pumps.)
2. With a pure electric motor (not a hybrid gasoline engine) the Leaf is nimbler, less fragile, and legal to drive in California’s carpool lanes so I can bypass the Highway 101 traffic jams – WHTFT?
3. Driving in electric mode (without the help of a hybrid gasoline engine) is wonderfully quiet and smooth (no transmission). Even at 80 miles per hour the acceleration is immediate and impressive.
4. The Leaf steers as smoothly as a Lexus, and the small wheels turn on a dime.
5. Only the Leaf has open, comfortable seats with ample head room in front and leg room in back (a must if you have kids)
6. Only the Leaf carries 5 passengers (a must if you have THREE kids!)
7. The Leaf has the largest trunk, and the back seats fold down for more cargo space.
8. The Leaf costs 3/4 as much as the Volt, and 1/3 as much as the Karma. You get at least $ 7500 in tax credits, offset by the $ 2,000 expense of a home 220 volt charging station.
These reasons explain why the Nissan Leaf now the outsells the pack. I can think of only three good reasons why you might wish to buy one of the other cars:
1. The Leaf’s pure electric motor is not a problem for two car families – on that rare day once a month when you drive more than 100 miles, you can always take the gas guzzler instead (Honda Odysseys are awesome). But without that fallback, one-car households will find the Volt more practical (albeit expensive and cramped).
2. If you love driving enormous, heavy sports cars that sit low to the ground and you’ve got $ 100k to burn (like these guys), then you might prefer the gorgeous design of the Karma. It has the look and feel of a luxury muscle car with a growling engine, bucket seats, and beautiful wood/leather interiors. (The Leaf is all plastic.) Having said that, the Karma performs like a sports car at lower speeds but on the highway I found it downright sluggish compared to the Leaf. The Karma handled highway acceleration nearly as well as the Leaf only when in Stealth Mode which means that the gasoline engine is off. (You may be as disappointed as I was to learn that people can still see you in Stealth Mode.)
3. Stephen Colbert will mock you for driving a Leaf.
All three cars come chock full of gizmos we all love (rear view camera, navigation, keyless entry, XM radio, Bluetooth, heated seats…) so there’s no reason to stick with gasoline. The Leaf even comes with a cool iPhone app for remote operation of the charger and climate control.
So I’ve been zipping around in my Leaf for a week now and absolutely loving it. Even after three years, it was worth the wait.CrunchBase Information David Cowan Information provided by CrunchBase