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Charlie Helmijr
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Well, what it is you're advocating is a fairly walled garden approach. I'm pretty sure they could do pretty ok by going for the open route also. 

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The last part about Rand Paul and Texas was hilarious.

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Would be awesome if you could use them as physical buttons in games! 

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But they still won't support Android Wear... (And on another note, Chromecast)

No thanks. #GooglePlayMusic for me.

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She's awesome.

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I can't get over the shape. It just doesn't make sense to me. As a Bluetooth player or something, sure. As a portable music player? No.

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Well to be fair, the guys that's representing Parrot is awful. But yeah, this was a pretty bad clip. Really made me laugh though, thanks. Lol.

And this product ia a mess. It's Android 5.0 with lots of lag and extra stuff plus some Auto thrown into the mix. How about some Windows XP in there or something? Let's just put everything in it.
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The opening statement of the moderator... Moderate, don't give us your opinion. Whether or not science and religion are rivals is also part of the discussion, why try and decide the answer for us? Krauss was right about moderators getting in the way.

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I really didn't get the Hackintosh/Chromebook comparison. I mean 120 dollars to try out a "PC" seems fairly reasonable. Otherwise try out the one of a colleague or a friend? Most new products that you try out (also without really knowing if it's good or not) will cost more than that, i.e. smartWATCHES that start at the same price (or are even more expensive).

And you could use that old 5 year old laptop, but would it work better than a $120 Chromebook? Plus, couldn't you just bring back the device if you really didn't like it? Here in The Netherlands you'd probably have at least a month to bring it all back more, probably longer.

My biggest problem with Chromebooks: a good Android tablet with a (attachable) bluetooth keyboard seems like a better option. It can do pretty much the same thing, you have access to the Play Store with all those great apps, it has offline mode in Google Apps, etc. Why would I prefer the Chromebook?

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So it spams me on my lock screen. Awesome. 

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I really thought that Quick Charge 2.0 actually focused on upping the voltage (like 9V or 12V) instead of (just) the amps.

Correct me If I'm wrong? Because then you guys aren't really explaining the technology right?!

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She knows music. Lone is crazy good!
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Education
  • Universiteit Van Amsterdam,
    Communicatiewetenschap, 2007 - present
  • Peter Stuyvesant College
    VWO - Natuur & Techniek, 2001 - 2007
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  • REDCON
  • Robotek
  • Scribblenauts Remix
  • Thomas Was Alone
  • SAMURAI vs ZOMBIES DEFENSE 2
  • Mortal Kombat X
  • Hitman:Sniper
  • Radiant Defense
  • SimCity Mobile
  • Shadow Fight 2
  • Dark Echo
  • Minecraft Story Mode
  • MARVEL Contest of Champions
  • Need for Speed No Limits
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24 year old Communication Science student.
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Smart as several buttons.
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  • The World,
    Leader, 1988 - present
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Amsterdam
No non-sense, fresh andbtadty burger. And the fries are great too. My go-to burger place.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
It's a nice hotel. Good rooms, quiet and very clean. The staff was super friendly and the food of the restaurant in the hotel was great. The bed was surprisingly comfortable. One thing they can improve one: my room didn't have a full-length mirror, only a small one where you can see your face. The area around the hotel is really nice, quiet, peaceful, just woods everywhere. All in all, it was a great stay.
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reviewed 2 months ago
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Great place to wash your clothes, the washing machines are good and fast the "system" is simple andeasy to understand, and the price is fair. Plus there's enough to do in the area while you wait. It's self-service, so like a real laundromat (which is great). But there's also the option to have someone wash the clothes for you I think.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago