I'm just curious how people chose their screen name and avatar -- there is a wide range of both here.I'll start, but it should be fairly obvious. My wife and I have too many animals, including too many dogs. We have three now, but we had four until last summer when my wife's favorite died from lymphoma. He's the dog in my avatar.
What Avatar do you see representing sqlpython?I modified the Avatar in my Profile from an Xfce symbol to one of OpenBox.Depending on the Browser and OS I get either the Original or the New one.Puzzling, response encouraged and appreciated.
Here is part from RF power amplifier for wireless by Steve Cripps.
It is about conjugate and load line match for RF power amplifier. I don't know why the load line as Rload = Rgen is above the line Rload = Vmax/Imax.
LG has officially announced the LG G Flex, their version of a smartphone with a curved display. Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Round that bends around the vertical axis of the device, the LG G Flex curves around the horizontal axis. It should be noted that this means the curvature will be similar to an IMAX screen when the device is held in the horizontal orientation when viewing video.
I have a picture I'd like to use as my avatar I uploaded it to my page here on the forum but I see no option anywhere or even along the lines that says use picture as your avatar am I looking in the wrong spot or something been trying to figure this out for a little bit now and I'm ready to shoot something can someone please help me :mad:
I’ve never been a fan of animated avatars on any service, let alone Twitter. I am an avid user of the web client, and I cannot stand seeing things flash before my eyes along with 140 characters, but maybe I’m just a jerk.
Twitter apparently didn’t like them either, and according to BuzzFeed, you can no longer use an animated GIF as an avatar on the service.