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might have to look at this for my sensation XE
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Keep up the good work guys, its lookin good 
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I want one
 
Turning a #RaspberryPi into a tiny #Linux notebook

The Raspberry Pi is a $35 computer board with a built-in processor, memory, and input and output. But if you want to use it as a full-fledged computer you need to connect some storage, a keyboard, display, and other peripherals.

Most people probably do that by plugging in a monitor and USB keyboard and mouse. But hacker Nathan Morgan decided to use the Raspberry Pi as the guts of a tiny laptop computer with a 3.5 inch display, a thumb-keyboard, solid state disk, and rechargeable batteries.

http://liliputing.com/2012/12/turning-a-raspberry-pi-into-a-tiny-linux-notebook.html
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please buy the track and help raise some funds...
Working to provide life saving aid to some of the millions of people facing starvation and disease in East Africa.
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So cool
 
Hold on to your heads, everyone, ’cause they’re about to explode.

Read more: http://on.mash.to/VgAqa8

What are some of your favorite visual illusions?
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How cool an simple
 
Once you figure this out it'll blow your mind...

"The lines over the circles are color coded. Notice the single red line and 3 blue lines representing "13" grouped together while the single green and 2 black lines take their own group. [Simply] draw your first group of lines in one direction then your second group of lines going over the first, count the groups of intersections and there's your answer."

IT WORKS!

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hope this is true for my sensation xe.........
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I love it, instant stress relief.......


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Gotta be done as bacon is the best!
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Looks like it will be so cool!
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