15 posts • joined Thursday 15th November 2007 13:55 GMT
I'm just back from Hong Kong. On a trip on the MTR or underground it is striking just how common big screen Samsung phones are. And also how many Grans are using iPhone 4s. It seems the move to Samsungs is well under way and the grandmothers are benefiting from the hand-me-down iPhones...
Re: Mint forced gnome 3 guys to introduce .... Gnome 2!
Am I the only person in the world who likes Gnome 3? I'm on Ubuntu 12.10 / Gnome 3 and not about to go to Mint.
oh for the days
Oh for the days when you just bought a phone and then broke it after a year. No updating firmware, o/s nor anything else...
I have an original Desire since launch. It is not yet broken.
This was a controversial inclusion in the 2 week TT program. Such innovation was excellent to see and respect to those who put in the effort and made it to the island.
I hope that we see this again and look forward to see how the bikes evolve: motors, fuel, away from modified standard bikes, etc..
As one of the teams mentioned, this is the reverse of normal racing where the bulk of the cost is in the motor and much less in the fuel. Here the motor is the chap part and the power source by far the most expensive.
These were perhaps not the most spectacular bit of the TT, but certainly one of the most momentous.
roll on june
All the details on the official site...
This is ground-breaking stuff (the electric bikes, not Mick Grant). I hope it works out.
I wish I could be there for this (and the noisy races too)!
What is wrong with bikes, exactly? They're cheap, economical, don't take up much space, always fun.
And can be enormously fast.
OK they're a bit dangerous, but I'm tired of seeing them being dismissed out of hand. They are a good solution when used properly.
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