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Urban Dictionary, May 29: reality challenged Nokia E63 Review - Part 1: The Hardware, UI, Applications and Email - All About Symbian Review Score:79% The Nokia E63 may not be aimed at the traditional All About Symbian readership, but that's not to say that there's not lots that's interesting about it - starting with the price, it has to be said, but with functional and technical points as well... Author: Nokia Buy Link The legend goes that the Nokia E71 and E63 were separated at birth. Both phones were developed to similar timescales but with different price objectives in mind. The main E63 review is below, but first, for anyone already intimately familiar with the E71, here are the pros and cons of one unit over the other: Nokia E63 pros (relative to Nokia E71) Nokia E63 cons (relative to Nokia E71) Thicker (but no heavier)Smaller space barAll plasticOnly 2mp cam, no focussingDoesn't come with USB cableNo GPSNo 3.5GNo IR portNo volume controlsNo voice control buttonNo 2GB memory cardNo pouch or lanyardNo dedicated power keyNo Global Race game And so to the E63 itself. I mentioned 'standby screen(s)' above.

Goodmorning & Goodnight | A refreshing dose of interesting Eight years of email stats, pass 1: Corante > Get Real > What's the reality behind the 'email overload' talk? Let's look at some numbers... personal numbers. To kick things off, I've got a huge email archive. I started emailing in the early ArpaNet days, around 1972, and haven't stopped since. My archive has been extremely thorough for at least the past 12 years (and, in case you think I'm nuts for keeping all of these, my actual regret from a scientific/archive perspective is that I don't have the earlier ones too!). Most of this 'storage mania' was triggered by a casual comment in around 1992 or 1993 by Ron Baecker, of the University of Toronto , a longtime research colleague and acquaintance and someone whose work I have long admired and respected. OK, so as a little personal experiment, I decided to keep 'em, and to see what happened. The longer story, with some data and preliminary analysis, begins like this: TABLE 1: Eisenstadt's 1997-2004 email totals What does it all mean? Digging deeper: a work-week in depth Now what?

The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows List of Latin phrases (I) This page lists English translations of notable Latin phrases, such as veni vidi vici and et cetera. Some of the phrases are themselves translations of Greek phrases, as Greek rhetoric and literature reached its peak centuries before the rise of ancient Rome. This list covers the letter I. See List of Latin phrases for the main list. Notes Sources 85 Famous TV / Movie Fonts | MadTuts 12 Video Sites That Are Better Than YouTube There’s little doubt that YouTube is the go-to video site for many people. In fact, it’s one of the most popular websites in the world. But what if YouTube happens to be inaccessible? Or you simply want more options for viewing videos online? What alternatives are there? These days, video is such a huge part of the online experience that there are many options available. 1. Even if you visit YouTube on a regular basis, it’s worth adding Vimeo to your regular rotation of video sites. Among other things, Vimeo features a number of well-known movies and TV series, such as E!’ The site also has an easy-to-browse search feature that organizes videos by category and channel. 2. Metacafe is a video site that specializes in shortform video content. One of Metacafe’s strengths is its simplicity. 3. Originating from Israeli startup Qlipso, Veoh describes itself as an internet TV company. In addition to TV clips, Veoh has lots of music content across a wide range of genres. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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