Live in a way that makes the suffering of existence bearable.
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Firefox for the add-ons:
FireTitle - for the aesthetics
NewScrollbars aka NoiaScrollbars - aesthetics
NoScript - JS is sin
Omnibar - a e s t h e t i c s
Stylish - A E S T H E T I C S
Tree Style Tab - This is the one that keeps me on FF the most
I've also got a custom userChrome.css loaded up in Stylish.
If I'm living in a terminal, I opt for w3m. It's the only one with out of the box image support on my system.
I'm keeping an eye on Netsurf, too. I think it has a lot of potential.
Andrew Bird and Annie Clark.
That feels really weird to me that someone wouldn't know what a flip phone is. I've had a smart phone longer than I've had any other type of phone, but the idea of a basic cell phone never left me. I suppose there is an entire group of younger folks who have only ever owned a smartphone, which is a little surreal and a little frightening. Maybe it's just me, but I feel like something is lost when you have the internet at your fingertips 24/7. I am by no means a luddite; I'm a programming student, after all. I do, however, think that moderation is a good idea when it comes to technology. That's just my 2¢, though.
There are a few ways to avoid being in that 29%.
1. Get a device that runs stock android e.g., nexus phones.
2. Get whatever device you want, then root and flash it with an actively maintained rom. This will be more difficult with some devices than others.
3. Don't get an android device. That leaves Windows phone (why torture yourself?), iPhone (what is customization?), and Blackberry (is Blackberry still relevant?).
4. Don't get a smart phone.
5. Relinquish all of your worldly possessions, and meditate under the Bodhi Tree until you reach enlightenment.
I'm currently transitioning from state 2 to state 4. I've turned my Note 3 into a dumb phone in preparation for my return to the world of flip phones and no apps.
GodOfAtheism suggested reducing it to 1/2 badge per badge received. I think it could be taken further to 1/8. This would be congruent with the hub wheel and the share wheels. The value of a badge wouldn't decrease that much, either, since you would still have to make 8 badge-worthy posts in order to get a new badge to spend.
- Former Republican presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, however, expressed his love for Tubman and what she accomplished but suggested that placing her on the $2 bill would be a more appropriate honor.
Come on, Ben. When was the last time you actually saw a $2 bill?