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Question by Carlos: Does anyone remember this cartoon show with a robot and 3 teens?
Does anyone remember a cartoon about 3 teens with a robot? The teens were a girl with red hair, a fat guy who looked like a trucker, and a skinny emo guy who wore a blue beanie. The robot was blue and had flame designs on it. Here’s what they look like. http://puu.sh/hhuI. Anyone know the name of this toon?
Answer by Silver
My Life as a Teenage Robot
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We have a soft spot for Remember the Milk, not least because the cross-platform app is handy for divvying up to-do lists between different groups in remote locations. If you’re on Android and in the market for a new productivity tool, a significant update to version 3.0 makes this a good time to try it. There’s a video after the break showing how the new interface works with vertical columns, similar to those on the iOS version, so you see a selection of lists on the left, list contents in the middle and the precise details of a task when you swipe to the right. Sounds simple perhaps, but it’s more fluid — especially on smaller screens. It’s also good that the constant “reminders” about upgrading to a Pro account aren’t as in-your-face as they were in the old version, which makes the whole thing feel a bit more chilled out. For more personal and less urgent stuff, however, you might find Springpad to be a bit friendlier.
Source: Remember the Milk
Note: Larger, more lookable version HERE. Lookable is a word.
This is a poster packing as many internet memes into one graphic as possible. Try to recognize as many as you can, then head over to College Humor where you can toggle a legend that names them all as you scroll over. So many people I’d forgotten about! Atlanta grape lady – where have you been hiding?! Your groaning pain brings me great happiness.
Thanks to Graham, who agrees if Atlanta grape lady hadn’t tried to cheat, maybe her nose would still be on straight.
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It’s simple to find deal with gene-based storage; finding genes that will do any of the heavy lifting is another matter. MIT thinks it has a genetic circuit that will lastly get to work, then some. In making use of recombinase enzymes to modify DNA sequences working as logic gates, researchers have actually established a cellular circuit that not only resembles its silicon cousins, but has its very own inbuilt memory. As eviction activation makes long-term modifications to an offered DNA series, any gate actions remain in memory for up to 90 generations– and will spend time even if the cell’s life is interrupted. MIT sees its strategy as having utmost uses for areas where longer-term memory is necessary, such as ecological sensors, however might likewise see differing output values helping with digital-to-analog converters and various other gadgets where there’s a need for more precision. While there’s no word on imminent plans for real-world use, the advancement raises the possibility of processors that could possibly skip the traditional memory cache as they pass info down the family tree.
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Third-party navigation apps still usually tend to break down when the keys are out of the ignition– try to cut down on car use and you’re commonly kicked over to one more app with its own set of rules. Both Garmin’s StreetPilot Onboard app and its Navigon equivalent are getting a much even more alternative experience with respective upgrades due this fall. Android and iOS individuals alike can easily soon buy an Urban Guidance pack that factors buses, subways and additional kinds of public transportation into their on-foot routes. The playing field is leveling off for motorists eager to stretch their legs, too: iPhone managers with Navigon’s application get the exact same last-mile walking directions and parking finder as their Android equivalents. StreetPilot iPhone app individuals are excluded of this last addition, but they’ll see settlement in the type of an optional Panorama View 3D mode and the Google Street View they’re about to lose from Maps in iOS 6. The updated titles will certainly still cost $ 30 for Navigon-only local packs, $ 50 for editions with US-wide maps and $ 60 for all of North America, although you’ll have to invest $ 5 even more ($ 3 during the very first two weeks) for Urban Support and $ 10 for the Panorama View 3D pack.
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The two great icons of our industry, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, came up in a talk given by Malcolm Gladwell recently at the Toronto Public Library. In discussing capitalism and entrepreneurship, Gladwell makes the point that amorality — i.e. the absence of a moral compass in making business decisions — is a fundamental prerequisite for being a successful business leader. He considers the entirety of Bill Gates’ tenure as Microsoft chief to be that of “the most ruthless capitalist,” which is not too dissimilar from his analysis of Steve Jobs’ leadership. The difference, says Gladwell, is that Gates turned away from that amoral (note, not immoral) behavior after retiring and took up the task of spending his wealth on philanthropic…
Girl, has anybody told you you’ve got the starry-est eyes they’ve ever seen? Well they were making fun of you.
Remember Kimberley? She’s the girl who got 56 stars tattooed on her face, realized it was a bad idea, then tried to sue the artist by claiming she only asked for three but fell asleep during the procedure and he just kept adding them. Well here she is three years later. Has she learned from her mistakes? Learn, LOLOL.
Last summer she was preparing to shell out £9,000 [~$ 14,000] for laser surgery and said she hoped to have the design removed by the end of September.
But, almost three years after the 21-year-old decided to go under the needle, the constellation shows little sign of fading.
Miss Vlaeminck said she avoided going out in public because the tattoos made her feel like a ‘freak’.
Though laser treatment has been shown to be a effective way of removing ink, even the most advanced technology would leave white marks across her face.
I dunno, I say just own your mistake. Maybe get into some live action role-playing and be like a sorceress or something. Then get a crescent moon tattooed around your other eyeball — that would look pretty awesome. “GW!” Shhhhhhhh – I think she might actually go for it.
Thanks to Thumperchick, who agrees when you decide to get stars tattooed on your face, you should probably
start with one GO BIG OR GO HOME. What are you, a fraidy cat?!
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Wow. Netbooks. That’s a blast from the past. It’s like listening to a Maroon 5 song again and going “Wait, is that from that short period when they were ostensibly good or was it from the muddy period after that single about the beauty queen eighteen woman or whatever?” Honestly, it doesn’t matter. Netbooks are the Maroon 5 of electronics: still vaguely recognized but quickly losing value.
Anyway, Lenovo has stopped selling netbooks online, citing good sales traffic for the K1 and A1 tablets. The 11-inch X130e netbook is out of stock and probably won’t be stocked again. PC World notes that netbooks accounted for 6.8 percent of PC sales in fourth quarter last year.
While netbook zealots squawk about the value of a “low cost laptop with a keyboard,” the truth is that a tablet with a bluetooth keyboard will give you a more specialized and smoother experience than any copy of Windows shoehorned onto a processor with the speed and processing power of a particularly energetic blender.
I doubt even Chrome OS will save this sinking space, but bless Google for trying.
If you can dream it, Arduino can help you build it — perhaps with a dash of MakerBot thrown in for good measure. The latest homebrew project to hit the ol’ inbox sounds an alarm whenever you leave a room without a registered item. Doh (named in Homer Simpson’s honor, we presume), uses a trio of devices to track items that you usually travel with, like your keys or a cellphone. After you’ve assembled the rather complex contraption, you affix color-coded RFID tags to your gadgets, before registering them with the Arduino-based host. If you leave the room without all of the items that you’ve registered as a “grouping,” a door handle-mounted display will indicate what’s missing by flashing its color and sounding an alarm. If you’ve forgotten multiple items, the display will cycle through the associated colors. There’s also a two-way “buzzing tag” that beeps until it’s found, if you wish to add that to your collection. It’s not a turnkey solution by any means, but unlike Homer, at least you’re not being tasked with preventing nuclear meltdown. And if you’re looking for a time-proven alternative, a pen and a pad of stickies should do. Jump past the break for a demo video, banjo-equipped soundtrack and all.
Tired of the same old PC-enabled photo booth popping up at every wedding, Bar Mitzvah, and Secretary’s Day celebration you attend? Well, you’re not alone — a German photographer named Rocco has tapped his apparent frustration over the conventional photo booth rig to create his very own iPad-connected setup. Rocco’s arrangement features a Nikon DSLR, wireless flash trigger, and an iPad, using the ShutterSnitch app, stuffed into a little black box and connected to a foot pedal that allows partiers to hit the switch when they see fit. Once captured, the photos are transferred to the iPad’s screen, allowing subjects to browse and email their favorite look-how-wacky-I-am shots. If you’re looking to upgrade your photo booth setup for your next Rapture BBQ or World IPV6 Day celebration, follow the source link for instructions.
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