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I see. So we haven't finished killing all the people who don't like us yet so let's just kill some more. Pretty soon everybody will like us. Promise.Sounds like the deluded idea that trickle down hasn't worked yet because we haven't cut taxes enough.
How about not the same effing thing which is what every Republican (except Rand Paul, though I'm no fan) is demanding we do!?We look at history so that we can make decisions like this from a more informed perspective.Don't create new enemies. Don't create power vacuums. Don't arrogantly expect we'll be able to insert ourselves or an "ally" into a vacuum we create. Don't underestimate the power of diplomacy.We all should have learned all this by now.
True that!
Plus the MiBand has HealthKit syncing and smart wake. It's no contest, really. And no offence, but it looks nicer.
Can anyone who likes Fitbit claim that any Fitbit is better than both the Mi Band and The Pebble?
The Mi Band (I bought mine for $15) is such a superior choice than any Fitbit $100 or cheaper, it's ridiculous. Only the Fitbit Charge and above have more features, being the display showing time and caller ID. The Fitbit Charge is $125!$15 for sleep tracking with automatic sleep detection, step count with calorie count, silent alarm with smart wake function, and an IOS app that syncs with HealthKit... or $125 for the same features plus a clock and caller ID... and no...
I have an Apple watch, and I also have a Mi Band. I use both. I really use the Mi Band only for sleep tracking since the Apple Watch is useless for that, but it's also interesting to compare step count between the Mi Band and the Apple Watch. The Apple Watch seems far more accurate. There's nothing that the Fitbit is better at than the Apple Watch. If there's one tracker besides the Apple Watch I would choose, it would be the Pebble. The Pebble is waterproof, and there...
Heartbreaking to know that in China, Apple has wonderful maps for Hong Kong, while here the maps are less than useless. Why the hell can't we have the data for Hong Kong in Hong Kong? Hong Kong is, after all, a territory of the People's Republic of China.
The watch has no way of knowing if you're standing or seated. Even if the Z-axis is sensitive enough to detect a 2-3 foot difference in height, you could simply be sitting on a stool.Wisely, instead, it sees lateral movement as evidence that you're walking around, presumably standing, unless you're in a wheelchair or fooling around on your office chair.
That's right. It counts the number of hours during which you've stood for at least one minute, not the accumulated time you've spent standing.
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