The choice is there for the adults who understand the concepts.
Personally, I stand with in the argument that every moment in time, we all need to take a step back and get a fucking grip on reality.
Ban the children. No exceptions. No seventh chances.
This is one of those *
The fantastic tourbillon from posted the other day on the bright side. I've learned how to use a bunch of things in Inkscape so there is a home made day of week dial on the dark side. These are stand alone parts so you can flip it any way you like. On the dark side you get Phone Battery in the seconds inset.
Aside from the tourbillon which is really fantastic, the coolest thing about this is the new transitions from dim to bright. This one uses the "Dreamy" transition which I urge everyone to lobby to change to 'Matrix' because it's got this amazing Matrixish effect that has me laughing every time I see it. And please also lobby for extending the transition time (remember Matrix time with the slow motion shoot out scenes?)....
Link in the comments.
So you open the wear app and can not tell the difference between the two watches.
Anyone have any ideas on how to ID each watch in the Android Wear app?
Requires build it from scratch skills.
Hope one or more of you artists likes it as much as I do....
- Matthew Fiori Inc.learning to learn, 1999 - present
- Morgan Stanleymoney wholesaling, 1985 - 2005
Went away to college in Oswego NY. Returned to NYC in the early '80's and got a job in the securities industry in lower Manhattan. Worked in the WTC buildings. Had his first working abroad experience in 1984 when he lived/worked in London for six months or so.
Was sent to Japan in 1986 by Morgan Stanley. Remembers a day before his 30th birthday when he thought he would know a whole lot soon. Remembers many days starting about fifteen years later when he came to understand how little he would ever know in his lifetime. Finds those days particularly enjoyable.
Returned to the USA in 2005 and lives in Arizona now with his wife, two children and a couple of dogs.
Spends part of every day looking to prove something that he currently believes wrong by learning more. If he did that for money he might be called a scientist. Since he finds that it is not too difficult to do, he appears to be a cynic. Perhaps he is just an idiot. Only time will tell.
Here is an example:
Since we have known for a few hundred years that the Earth rotates around it's axis and revolves around the Sun, why is it that we still say things like Sunrise and Sunset?
- the school of lifeEmpathy, 1999 - present
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