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MolecularMan14

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About MolecularMan14

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    Molecule
  • Birthday 06/17/1990

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  • Location
    Beverly Hills
  • Interests
    Solving Riddles, Finding Cures, Being Arrogant, oh and Capitalizing Words In Succession :-)
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Quantum Physics, Genetics, Microbiology, Biology, Botany
  • Biography
    Young Scientist
  • Occupation
    Lab Rat
  1. This note is as much for helping me organize my thoughts as it is for you helping me form a decision. The question regards what model smartphone should replace my current (admittedly basic) phone, and as I see it, I have two very good options from my carrier (Verizon Wireless): The LG Voyager and the Samsung SCH-i760. I am looking to consolidate my gadgets in an attempt to preserve crucial pocket space. Currently, I've got my Zire 71 Palm Pilot, my cell, and my iPod; as I see it, my best option is to replace both my cell and Zire 71 with a smartphone, rather than replace my iPod and cell with a multimedia phone (as none can offer me the kind of memory capacity that my iPod can). See ("Organization") below for some of the functions I need my new phone to fulfill. The i760 got my pants all tight back when I had first heard about it, but after months of waiting for news of its production, I had basically given up hope, until, that is, recently. I heard about the LG Voyager only a few weeks ago and thought I had found a good alternative, but I'm still not sure about the organizational capabilities it offers, so I'm looking for some input. Obviously it's a cool phone, but I need more than cool, I need efficient connectivity, speed, and a lot of features. Both phones are now available and price really isn't a huge consideration, so it comes down to compatibility and features. Here's what I want: Good call quality. A good volume range so when I go deaf, I won't have to ask people to yell. Speaker phone has also proven useful in the past, so it's something I'd like to continue to have. Good battery life. I probably won't be taking it anywhere for too long without a charger, but it should last me at least a weekend without power. A decent camera. I like to take pictures of things; silly things, artsy things, cool things, inspiring things, naked women (just kidding. maybe.) Connectivity. Of course I need text-messaging, but that's no problem with either of them. What I do appreciate is Wi-Fi and Internet Browsing (including Email); the more connected I can be, the better. GPS is interesting, but not necessary, as most places I'll find myself lost, I can just as well ask somebody where something is. Organization. I'm looking to replace my Zire 71 Palm Pilot. It's sweet, but old and glitchy. I need something that can act as my assignment tracker, day planner, notepad, voice-memo recorder, calculator, and media player comes last. Expandability. Both phones have options for expanded memory (in the form of Micro-SD, meaning I can stick up to 8 gigs in either for whatever I desire), but the i760 works on Windows Mobile 6 while the Voyager has its own operating interface, which I'm not very experienced with when it comes to recording, exporting, importing, or playing media, neither am I entirely certain whether Windows Mobile 6 has all the capabilities of Windows XP, in terms of executing software. Compatibility. I want harmonics when it comes to communication. I really don't need to be tied up with issues of incompatible hardware, software or firmware. I work with Windows XP, and it's served me well. I want my phone and my computer to be able to communicate without snags, something that I'm betting I'll have an easier time with if I choose the i760 (being that it runs a version of Windows Mobile). For things like syncing my assignment and event planner, Email contacts, To-Do lists, Voice memos, I'm going to need phone and computer to work together seamlessly. A preemptive 'Thanks' to everyone who helps me to mull this one over.
  2. Then I've got nothing to do with all these trendy face-masks What if you fell in love with your best friend's girlfriend (or boyfriend...since we're making this hypothetical, and I dont like to exclude) which isnt exactly what you wanted, but it happened just the same, and now she's broken up with him (...or her, your pick) because she (...or he...) doesn't know who she (...or he....) loves anymore?
  3. I wouldnt say that it's an MMORPG (Massively Mulitplayer Online Role Play Game) just yet, because it's still being developed, but to me, that's one of the greatest parts, because you have a chance to play a part in the development of the game, and help shape it into a better game for everyone. The name of the game is Galactic Horde (...not the best title if you ask me...) and it's developed primarily by Melodank Productions (who also produce at least one band: Coriander) On the Homepage (http://www.galactic-horde.com/) there are links pertaining to the backstory of GH and the manual, which is very useful to new members. There are forums along with the game, to give another element of Role Play to the game, as well as an area to place feedback (especially suggestions) to the creators. It is free to everyone, but there is an option to pay for a membership, which gives you access to greater power for your ship (which is referred to as an SF, and is basically your own space-station) and the ability to travel to new galaxies and fight new enemies (I have a feeling that the game is about to get very interesting in the next few weeks; Im expecting something rather large to happen soon) I posted about it here, because I dont want this to be considered spam or anything, but it truly is a great game, and I think that the more people there are in it, the better it will get. At any rate, I'd like to invite everyone to the game, if only just to get a feel for it (I'm somewhat addicted to it though)
  4. Im doing a bit of research on lunar landscape, and I was wondering if anyone had access to a good lunar map, specifically displaying the lunar far side ("dark side" of the moon), and more specifically with labels for named locations? As always, all help is appreciated. Thanks
  5. ...just 10? Why, some kind of intelligence cap in your nation? In regards to the topic, Im still thinking on that; might post later
  6. Yarr, I don' need a special day to talk like I do! This be my speech year 'round!
  7. This corresponds with your other point down below, and its a good one, but if you consider how often (say at work) you turn your attention away from your monitor and it goes to a screensaver. The juice would only be used for that often (unless of course you're doing it competitively like some organizations do). I dont mean for this to be competitive, just something to help the greater good on a daily basis I doubt very much that someone will get a prize for the work that distributive computing has done, other than for the work they did in the organization and programming of it. Just the same, if it were to happen, more power to them - I dont mind if my name isnt mentioned in the credits of their speech or not; knowing that I made a difference (even as much as one work unit) satisfies me I know what you mean, but if people use it as I do (I assume this is how most people use it), just as a screensaver and even then, only on occasion, you really do limit the juice you're consuming (plus Im working on supplementing my home power with off-grid juice - hooray solar pannels - something I suggest to everyone if they've got the means) lol, like I said, I dont mean for it to be competitive ("w00t, we're the number something or another team in the world!!1!1oneone..." - though people are free do participate as such). I figure that as this is a forum concerning all things scientific, that we might as well be part of a larget project. lol, no, not like oragami. I cant explain it as well as the Folding@Home site, but it concerns Protein Folding All the same, I encourage anyone interested to participate, even if a little.
  8. It's good to see at least a few more people joining. I'm not very active on the forums anymore, but I still use my computing programs often Just trying to get the word out; all for good
  9. Just gotta do a little digging (sry to bump it, but its been a while since I was here last, and I was just checking what had been replied to)
  10. Talk about a difference: On one of my systems, Ive got 56k Dial-Up (Trying desperately to get my mom to switch to cable) On two of my other systems, Ive got T3 And on one of my other other systems, ive got fiber opitics (pretty neat actually, but we had to wait about a month before they installed it to our local area.)
  11. "Bush Eats Children".......ready for this?...2,810,000.... I mean come on people, Mike Tyson eating children only gets 92,300!
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