Question by thanks: Is there a Words with Friends type game for Windows Phone 7 and Iphone? I have Windows Phone 7 and want to play Scrabble/WWF type game against someone with an Iphone. Is there a word game compatible with both?
Answer by Becci HendrixThere are (at this time) three scrabble type games on Windows Phone 7. Alpha Jax and Spell It for WP7. Words by Post (free) will work on WP7, iPhone and Android.
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Vodka AND getting pulled over.
According to a recent study conducted by the University of Illinois, Chicago, boozing up to around the legal limit (~0.08 BAC) make you gooder with words. Pfft, I could have told you that — look at me. “You’re doing a f***ing terrible job.” I don’t start drinking till 10!
In the study, half the participants were fed vodka until just below the current 0.08 per cent blood alcohol cutoff for legal intoxication in the United States, and half drank nothing. They were all then shown a series of three-word puzzles, and asked to find a word that linked the three words on each occasion. On average, intoxicated participants responded in 11.5 seconds, while the sober ones took 15.4 seconds.
It lends weight to the idea that artists and musicians are more creative when they’ve indulged. In fact, Jennifer Wiley, one of the researchers, agrees: “A composer or artist fixated on previous work may indeed find creative benefits from intoxication.”
Truthfully, I’ve tried writing after some beers before, and let me tell you — it’s hard. Well it’s not hard, it’s really easy, you just wind up thinking you’re a lot cleverer than you actually are. And if there’s one thing I’m not after I’ve been drinking, it’s clever. Way more attractive and charming, sure, but not clever. Now weed on the other hand, that actually does make me better at stuff like, SPOILER: cookies. I have mastered them.
Drinking Vodka Makes You Talk More Better [gizmodo]
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I’ll always stay connected with Apple. I hope that throughout my life I’ll sort of have the thread of my life and the thread of Apple weave in and out of each other, like a tapestry. There may be a few years when I’m not there, but I’ll always come back
– Steve Jobs, 1985
That’s a quote from a Playboy interview Steve Jobs gave back in 1985. February of 1985, to be specific, right before Steve would be ousted from the company that he co-founded with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in 1976. Apple of course famously grew out of a garage, the brains of Woz, the drive of Jobs building the company over the next nine years into a powerhouse in the burgeoning home computer market.
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Busy Beavers iPhone App: tinyurl.com Website: BusyBeavers.com -Kids English Learning Resources – MP3s, Worksheets, Flash Cards, Games and more! This video will help with basic phonics by providing two simple nouns to associate with each letter of the alphabet. Students are also introduced to the concept of speaking in FULL SENTENCES which is a fundamental principle of the Busy Beaver teaching method. You can buy this video on a CD or DVD from our website shop, or in the Busy Beavers App “Jukebox”! Video Rating: 4 / 5Related Posts:
Don’t speak. Princeton researchers know just what you’re saying — kind of. Alright, so the Ivy league team of neuroscientists, led by Prof. Matthew Botvinick, can’t yet read your minds without the help of a functional MRI, but one day the group hopes to take your silent pauses and broadcast them for public consumption. By mapping highlighted areas of brain activity to words meditated upon by subjects, the group was able to create “semantic threads” based on “emotions, plans or socially oriented thoughts” associated with select neural activity. So, what good’ll these high-brow word association experiments do for us? For one, it could pave the way for automatic translation machines, extending a silicon-assisted grok into our nonverbal inner worlds that churns out computer-generated chatter; giving a voice to those incapable of speech. And if it’s used for bad? More terrifically horrific psychobabble poetry penned by Jewel’s unencumbered mind. Actually, wait. We might be into that.
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As you can imagine, the 6990M joins other Radeon HD cards in supporting the company’s Eyefinity technology, as well as GPU app acceleration. Let it be known, too, that while the 6990M supplants the popular 6970M as far as performance claims go, AMD tells us the 6970M will still be available for the foreseeable future. Speaking of availability, the 6990M will be offered in the Alienware M18x — right alongside NVIDIA’s 580M. Additionally, you’ll find it packed inside Clevo’s P170HM and P150HM. And you didn’t think we forgot about specs, did you? Head on past the break to find the full PR, along with a handful of technical details straight from the horse’s mouth.
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Shazam adds LyricPlay, lets you act like you knew the words to that song all along Remember the song that was playing at the bar last night that you just had to know the name of? You busted out the iPhone and fired up Shazam to tag that sucker, and now that you’ve got it in your collection, so you can forever relive that magical first time you heard it. But whatever happened to immediate gratification? And since when was it possible to enjoy a song without fumbling through the … Read more on Engadget
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Over the course of the next year, AT&T and its opponents will be in the ring, duking it out in a war of words in attempt to convince the government that a $ 39 billion takeover of T-Mobile by AT&T should or should not take place. Consumers have the most to win or lose here, yet we are resigned to watching from the sidelines as both sides lob countless facts and stats at each other like volleys in a tennis match.
If you look at the merger process as a stairway to climb up, AT&T is still near the very bottom. Every rung will be full of intense scrutiny as it is: if the two companies are allowed to merge, the national GSM market becomes a monopoly, and the wireless industry as a whole would shift to only three national players plus a handful of less-influential regional carriers. The carrier’s going to blow as much as $ 6 billion if the merger is not approved — almost enough to buy Skype — it can’t just expect to put up some feel-good facts and stats to win the hearts of the decision-makers.
AT&T has be absolutely sure it’ll come out victorious in the war, else it risks losing the trust (and money) of its shareholders. But to accomplish such a feat, it has to be on top of its game. There was no better time to show off what it’s made of than last week’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing conducted by the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights. When the Committee entitles a hearing “Is Humpty Dumpty Being Put Back Together Again?,” it’s either exercising a sense of humor or a preconceived notion of the merger due to the implication that Ma Bell is simply reforming. CEO Randall Stephenson appeared as a sacrificial lamb, going before Congress and his opponents to explain his side of the story, answer hardball questions, and endure a hard-hitting round of criticism. Continue reading as we take you topic by topic and examine what he — and his opponents — had to say about the merger.
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Bored in robotics agains of course and having a good time making up songs lmao !! Combo of combat arms bf2 bf2142 , family guy and all sort of stuff . osama bin ladden last words “osama Bin ladden ” Dead “Osama dead” Video Rating: 4 / 5Related Posts:
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