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  1. INTJRyan
    Yesterday 12:12 AM
    INTJRyan
    How you been? I haven't smoked in a while and I don't feel any better. Lol.
  2. eagleseven
    09-15-2014 04:48 PM
    eagleseven
    That's pretty awesome of him! You'll like the Nexus 5, would've bought one had I been up for an upgrade in 2013. Hated the small screens on the old iPhones.
  3. bobabrowncoat
  4. bobabrowncoat
    09-15-2014 02:50 PM
    bobabrowncoat
    Who knows. You might like it since it's more customizable. I'd also recommend and HTC One. It's much higher quality. But, y'know, price.
  5. bobabrowncoat
    09-15-2014 02:22 PM
    bobabrowncoat
    Good luck.
  6. bobabrowncoat
    09-15-2014 01:31 PM
    bobabrowncoat
    The 5c has most of the same tech as a 5. The only problem might be finding one with more than 8GB. And, of course, it's plastic.
  7. vedera
    09-15-2014 02:37 AM
    vedera
    You could just get the screen replaced. Don't know where you'll find another Gorilla Glass panel, but you could probably get regular glass for cheap.
  8. vedera
    09-15-2014 02:18 AM
    vedera
    Instalauncher!
  9. vedera
    09-15-2014 02:13 AM
    vedera
    There was once an AWESOME tweak for iOS 7 that made use of Activator gestures to bring up a contextual menu that was very app drawer-like. I forgot what it was called (it feels like ages since I downloaded the iOS 8 beta) but it was probably one of the best experiences I've had with a home screen.
  10. vedera
    09-15-2014 02:03 AM
    vedera
    Kudos, very ToffeeNut la iPhone 3G. One of my favorite theme designers, ever. Minimal. Understated. Is the transparent icon in the center an app drawer via Infiniboard?
  11. eagleseven
    09-14-2014 04:19 AM
    eagleseven commented on The iPhone 6 and Apple Watch Thread
    Cool!
  12. Base groove
    09-11-2014 09:59 PM
    Base groove
    Well as good as it can I guess. Solitary.

    I'm sure the spectacles are spectacular. I was actually born here so I have been around the stampede as a kid.
  13. Mikk
    09-10-2014 03:08 PM
    Mikk
    It's alright. I can be just as slow, depends on how much stuff I have going on or how lazy I am for the moment

     
    R&D would be a dream: This is my kind of sandbox. And I've really taken an interest in thermochemical nanolithography capable of things like this. And I do like prototyping in biomimicry such as this, though again, robotics are not my thing.

    Conceivably, I could work in neuroscience and collaborate with nanotechnologists. Paul Weiss, an amazing nanoscientist, collaborates with (and is married to) a psychologist/biobehaviourist and their research field is completely fascinating to me.

    I'm envious of you that has clear interests. Mine are all over the place, like this week I've read and researched sloths. Last week it was running, that led to the dynamics of running, that led to how muscles work, that led to how our body moves while running.. well, you get what I mean. I can't focus on anything for more than a few weeks.

    Sweet, I read alot about serotonin and dopamin this summer. I glanced over it when I was reading about depression and was totally drawn in. I'll read about Anne Andrews research, if my interest comes back, haha.

    EDIT: Speaking of my interest for now (and one of the subjects that actually has kept me interested for years)

  14. Base groove
    09-10-2014 10:35 AM
    Base groove
    Same. I skipped work due to the snow.

    I used to live in Walker Lakes - just because you mentioned the 'south', thought you might know where that is.

    I moved to Calgary about a month ago.
  15. Base groove
  16. Chameleon
    09-09-2014 12:22 AM
    Chameleon
    Exactly! So easy for one to have slipped into the madness.
  17. Artio
    09-07-2014 08:30 PM
    Artio commented on Member Pictures: Volume 22
    It say cool all over your pics.
  18. deconspire
    09-06-2014 10:51 PM
    deconspire
    who cares that you heard it 10 years ago, it's sexy as fuck and never a bad listen.

    unida always sexy as fuck, too.

    and samsara blues experiment never does blues like JSBX doesn't do blues...except that one time.

    but i mean, hey, ac/dc did it, right?

    yeah, i'm dippin.
  19. Eye on Earth
    09-06-2014 07:55 PM
    Eye on Earth commented on INTJ pets
    *Waves at Buddy*
  20. Mikk
    08-29-2014 10:23 PM
    Mikk
    Hm, in dollars it's closer to 25k, actually. The amount itself doesn't bother me at all. Here (Sweden) we pay it back in the pace that fits our wage so education doesn't bring you to your knees here.
    I take it that you're more interesting in working in the subject as a whole and not focusing on the details? I totally agree with you that I want my work to remind me of a sandbox with all the gadgets and doodads lying around for my convenience. Have you considered working with nanotechnology, but focusing more on development? I work in prototyping now. Focusing mostly on aerodynamics, submarines, wave catchers and surgical equipment. The science part is fun but the repetition of making something someone else has done is just busy work.

    That I can relate to. I've read hundreds of pages of psychology through the years but it's mostly a fun side project. I'm fairly certain I wouldn't have the energy to deal with patients or people in general.

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