Let your Microsoft flag fly5 posts
Let your Microsoft flag fly5 posts
The industry is already being killed. Nintendo is just holding on with a death grip. What better place to showcase this than in another dying industry (big box retail).
If we learn anything from Apple, its to kill your own segment of the market that you created, so you can get a jump on the future. Before it kills you. Adapt or die basically.
6 days ago on Nintendo will show off unreleased Wii U games at Best Buy stores during E3 1 reply 2 recommends
True that. Good luck to them trying to stop file sharing. Wait…they’re doing that already. But I’m sure it’s all unrelated. It’s totally to stop cyber threats & to keep the internet terrorists from crawling through the tubes & getting us.
I feel safer already.
“THE FBI SAYS WHATEVER IT’S DOING IS WITHIN THE LAW”
Yes, the laws that they write.
15 days ago on FBI maintains it can access emails without a warrant, internal document reveals 1 reply 1 recommend
Fat people kill themselves, numb nuts. Unless you don’t count them as “people”. It takes longer sure, but indeed they die by their own hands just like smokers.
And what’s your point exactly? That just because it wasn’t “designed to kill people”, but still kills shitloads every single day, then it doesn’t matter? Great logic. You’re not forced to own a gun, but you sure are forced to drive a car aren’t you. At least in most areas here in the US.
Go back to sleep & keep pandering to your pussy liberal buddies who thinks the Gov are your friends & Barack is your homeboy.
Capitalism kills countless others too. Your point??
Good start, but I simply will not rest until they also stop depicting cars, sugary foods, fast food places, and fat people in general since those all separately are responsible for tons more deaths.
16 days ago on EA will no longer pay gun makers for the right to depict weapons in games 3 replies 16 recommends
Can’t confirm but it wouldn’t surprise me. A good friend of mine works in a Tmo store who’s there 5 days a week & she says she’s only seen maybe 5 sold since the phone’s release. The Nokia seems to sell more.
Thanks. Yeah, I thought about Onenote a lot. If the mobile app was as feature rich as the desktop/metro app it could work. I haven’t tried the newer WP8 version. Can it embed location, do web clippings (with embedded URLs) & stuff like that. I’m thinking I could just use that Image Map app to take a screenshot of where the photo I’m using in a post was located, then embed the screenshot into my Onenote post as a photo (that has a hotlink to Bing Maps embedded in it) so when I click on it, it comes up on the map. Kind of a workaround, but it could work.
I’ve also been playing around with the folder structure of Onenote, which I do like. Basically you could make a separate notebook for the Year, then inside that you could have separate sections for each month (Jan, Feb, Mar, etc). Then inside those make your journal entries/pages. The entries (pages) would automatically have the date on them when you created them. Or you could manually change the date/time on the desktop version since I don’t think the mobile app does this?
Indeed. When people bitch about the quality/lack of apps on WP, this is what they’re talking about. There’s literally TONS of apps that do exactly this on iOS, even Android (although not as polished). Day One on iOS being at the top of the heap IMO. Android has Diaro & a few others. I’ve searched for two days & can’t find anything even remotely similar on WP.
Like I said, Clever Moments seems OK. And I did just find something called Diary Buddy that looks like it might have some of the features that a good digital journal should have. Horrible name (and icon), but I don’t care as long as it works. Anyone tried it?
20 days ago 6 comments
Just what Facebook needs, more sunshine & rainbows blown up everyone’s asses. I think imma go repost an inspirational quote right now!
22 days ago on Facebook backtracks on beheading videos, promises to delete reported instances 1 reply 1 recommend
Stop being an apologist. I was a big Path user until they started all these shenanigans. This is par for the course for these sleaze balls. Or are you also forgetting the whole secretly storing your address book on their servers thing, or this little nugget: http://mobile.theverge.com/2013/2/1/3941554/path-allegedly-geotagging-posts-when-location-services-disabled
It just goes on & on. It’s turned into a spam app, from a dishonest developer, and needs to be pulled from the app stores.
This scene is from Robocop 2, not 3. Part 2 wasn’t as good as the original, but at least it kept with the tone of the first one, had the same actors, etc. The third one was just a sick joke.