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-Full QWERTY keyboard
-Abundance of third party Apps
-full PDA capability
-small learning curve
Summary: While Verizon has long been the best option for me when it comes to network and price since my work uses them almost exclusively, I have always hated the way that they handicap most of their phones to better extract the money from consumers' pockets. So, when it came time to get my semi-annual new phone I tried to find one that would minimize this.
I wanted something with a QWERTY keyboard for messaging without the size of a blackberry. I did my research and chose the Centro… Read more
I did have my doubts before I ordered this thing, what with the whole Linux OS and all. I was pleasantly surprised by the ease of use and amount of info available online to walk you through loading apps, etc. I got my Eee PC to be a web bowser/word processor and it works brilliantly. I expected the keyboard to be cramped, but it feels surprisingly roomy... if I can just get used to the right shift key being so small. Battery life is about two hours, and since I only get one hour for lunch that is plenty. This thing is great.
With the release of this album in August of 2005 and subsequent coverage in Paste Magazine in January of the next year, Modern Skirts established a solid footprint in the Athens music scene. Anyone who I've talked to about music since then knows how I feel about this disc.
Modern Skirts have brought new life and interest into a music scene that once spawned the likes of the B-52s, Indigo Girls, and, of course, REM. Their piano and guitar driven indie-pop bring to mind the works of They Might Be Giants and Ben Folds, although by the end of the disc you could swear that you can hear Michael Stipe in that mix of harmonies somewhere.
Throughout the disc, the Skirts'… Read more