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It should be part of iMessage settings that you can customize the person emojis in ways that more match your own face, similar to what you can do with a Mii on the Wii or I'm sure a million other systems (I'm not a gamer). Shape, glasses, hair color, etc -- set once and have that be the default. Not just choice of skin color, though that was a welcome move.
Ha, I love this suggestion from one of the Reddit threads: "Random number generator. You click until you get a volume you like." For volume in particular, that would have hilariously obnoxious results.
I definitely appreciate that answer, but my question was a bit different. Wasn't asking about phone calls. I was curious if they told you anything about emails versus physical mail.
Have you reached out to congressional staffers about this to ask whether they care whether they receive a message by email/fax versus physical mail?
Very easy-to-use website, by the way.
I think it's a less efficient way to enter information. But I think it'd be worth testing whether it made people more motivated to fill out a form they otherwise might not, for cases where that's important.
Very cool! I'd like to see them add a logic tree of "if they select DESIGNER, then start asking THESE questions. If they select DEVELOPER,..." etc.
I'll send this next time a friend or family member asks for logo help, since I don't always have time to take on another (free) project. Very useful.
Ha, no, sorry, I've eaten plenty. I'm asking whether you CONSIDER it to be a sandwich. I know what they are! Question was a play on the common AMA question of "is a hot dog a sandwich."
Though sounds like you'd say, only counts as a sandwich if enough stuff is inside of it?
Is a quesadilla a sandwich?
I see it's increasingly at a slower rate at each sale than before. Was $40, I believe, now $20.
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