The other day I was texting someone and I was talking about Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
I wanted to say it's cute when she makes that [high-pitched sex sound a woman makes] sound when she's fighting.
If we are not prepared to give some personal time to social time, we walk like blind men through gloomy alleys of our existence. Just a bit of a chat " )” ― Erik Pevernagie tags: able, alleys, blind-men, captivating, chat, clock, condemned, daily, enchantment, existence, give, gloomy, interpret, life, lines, moments, personal-time, prepared, read, remain, smart-phone, social-time, treasure, walk, watchers “It is a way now, approximately, of being at home.
The forum has become one of the most consistent places of her life, like a familiar cafe that exists someone outside geography and beyond time zones.
“[novan]: bassists are very good with their fingers[novan]: and some of us sing backup vocals, so that means we're good with our mouths too...(~ IM chat with Novan Chang, 18, bassist)” ― Jess C.
It's not a moan or a groan as far as I understand those words.
The founders claim Fleksy can recognize words even if you miss every single letter in them.
Or if you’re not even typing on the keyboard section of the screen at all.
Their software is currently available in beta for Android and as an i OS app, and while it’s still rough in places, that core, no-look functionality is already there to a remarkable extent.
I loaded up Fleksy on my i Phone, directed my gaze elsewhere, and thumbed in my best approximation of the word “difficult.” Without having to learn anything new, and without letting the app figure out what kind of thumb-typist I am, and without even pausing at first to make sure my fingers were lined up in any particular way beforehand, Fleksy got it right on the first try.