I had intentions for a decent introspective post reflecting upon this past year and some feelings about the year+ to come.. I have a few hundred thoughts of things I could write right now, and things I could not write right now, and just a general feeling of contentment at knowing and feeling even if I am the only one in the universe who can my combination.
Initial report: I LOVE the Nexus 10.
It is so buttery smooth, fast, lagless.. I went ahead and piled on a reasonable number of apps (reasonable amount for me — not too many by my standards and way too many by most of my friends’) and let a bunch of them keep running in background and had it running constantly for several hours straight and the only snag/slowdown I experienced was a few seconds where the system hung—which then made me realize the device had gotten quite warm and I hastened to stop overburdening it (poor thing, I never let it have a moments’ rest since it got unboxed and charged), and then it cooled down quickly and was perfect again and I haven’t experienced any heating or lag since. I’m going to have to run a factory reset on the Nexus 7 and see if I can get that back to running smoothly again, but I don’t think it ever managed as smoothly and quickly on larger tasks the way this one does… I played Transformers in full HD on the Nex10 and could jump around without any delays or sputtering of any kind. Every pixel lovely.
I need a cover for it asap.. I know exactly which cover I’m getting, but it’s not available yet.
Also, the latest beta version Swype is YAY (Android’s own swipe-style keyboard is a fantastic addition to the stock keyboard, but Swype still is much more practiced,efficient,intelligent).
My thoughts so far on 4.2 (running on Nexus 7): …
I can highly recommend the Google Nexus 7; mine is much a part of my daily life.
Happy 11/11 day.
So much grief I’ve been given all my life for eating raw cookie dough. Yet I can’t recall an occasion in which I’ve regretted eating the cookie dough. I have often regretted, though, as I do at this particular moment, regret having more available to me.
Thank you Private Practice for at least writing an episode about something that no one seems to ever want to even consider: that people can be wired in a way they do not choose and they can be fundamentally very good people and it is all our responsibility too to help them be safe and keep everyone safe.
TextDrive was–well, in their own words:TextDrive is a hosting company run by and for people who love publishing on the web. From shared hosting to fully managed dedicated servers (and everything in between), our reasonably priced hosting plans represent what we consider to be the very best?
“You want me on your team! I’m awesome!”
She is awesome and they so should have her on the team.
The things this show gets right, it gets really right.
I dubbed 2012 early on as The Year of Health.
In 2012 I learned my blood type.
July 2012 marked one year for me taking Asea, and also marked one year for me without illness and without discomfort lasting beyond several hours, usually less than several minutes.
O_O I’d forgotten the contents of the beginning of Wind-Up Bird Chronicle and started the audiobook and ohmigosh. So much ohmigosh.
If you'd like to page through, then by all means: