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Bí kíp chọn ốp lưng Oppo F5 theo tính cách

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Chiếc điện thoại “nóng hổi” Oppo F5 đã sẵn sàng lên kệ vào ngày 11/11. Bạn đã chọn được loại ốp lưng phù hợp cho dế yêu chưa? Một chiếc ốp lưng Oppo F5 vừa hợp với điện thoại, vừa hợp với tính cách của bạn sẽ rất tuyệt đấy!

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Tại sao phải sử dụng ốp lưng Oppo F5?

Thực tế, Sử dụng ốp lưng điện thoại không bao giờ là dư thừa. Một chiếc điện thoại dù tốt đến mấy vẫn cần sự bảo vệ của ốp lưng. Công dụng của ốp lưng không chỉ bảo vệ điện thoại khỏi va đập, môi trường ngoại cảnh mà còn thể hiện một phần tính cách của chính bạn.

Ốp lưng như một chiếc áo cho điện thoại, nó thể hiện được gu thời trang, thẩm mỹ của chủ nhân. Chọn ốp lưng Oppo F5 cũng chính là chọn chiếc áo cho dế yêu. Mỗi người đều có phong cách riêng đặc trưng, cùng tham khảo một số phong cách thời trang ốp lưng dành cho Oppo F5 nhé.

Phong cách ốp lưng Oppo F5 thời trang, cá tính

Là chiếc điện thoại được giới trẻ ưu chuộng, một chiếc ốp lưng Oppo F5 trẻ trung sẽ thể hiện lên nét năng động cá tính của tuổi trẻ. Màu sắc tươi trẻ chính là chìa khóa cho phong cách này. Ốp lưng in tự chọn, ốp lưng handmade hoặc tự tạo riêng một chiếc ốp lưng giá rẻ là những dạng ốp lưng phù hợp.

Sự đa dạng màu sắc, kết hợp hài hòa giữa cả hai gam màu nóng và lạnh tô lên vẻ phá cách, cá tính. Họa tiết đi kèm trên chiếc ốp lưng đt Oppo F5 cũng sẽ là những đường nét mạnh mẽ và tự do.

Ngoài ra, một số bạn trẻ cũng ưu chuộng những ốp lưng dễ thương, ốp lưng hình gấu làm ốp lưng của mình. Hoặc đơn giản hơn là đưa những câu quote đúng “tận tim đen” ghi lại trên chiếc ốp lưng Oppo F5 để đọc mỗi ngày.

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Phong cách ốp lưng Oppo F5 sang trọng, lịch lãm

Một hướng lựa chọn ngược hẳn so với phong sôi động là những chiếc ốp lưng Oppo F5 và bao da Oppo F5 dành cho người sang trọng, lịch lãm. Bạn là một quý ông, quý cô trung niên? hay là một doanh nhân thành đạt và sang trọng? Những chiếc ốp lưng màu sắc tương phản đối xứng như đen – trắng, ánh kim, bạc hoặc nâu trầm sẽ phù hợp với những gì bạn cần.

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Đa phần, các dạng ốp lưng da, bao da Oppo F5 sẽ mang lại sự sang trọng cho chiếc điện thoại. Tuy nhiên, bao da Oppo F5 khá đặc trưng và đa dạng tùy theo nhu cầu, thẩm mỹ. Việc tìm hiểu trước khi lựa chọn sẽ giúp bạn chọn được loại bao da Oppo F5 phù hợp.

Phong cách ốp lưng Oppo F5 thanh nhã, tinh tế

Nếu bạn thuộc dạng người tinh tế, những dạng màu sắc, hoa văn bắt mắt có lẽ không thuộc về bạn. Những chiếc ốp lưng nhẹ nhàng nhưng có điểm nhấn là sự lựa chọn tốt nhất. Sự phối hợp màu sắc và họa tiết “tinh tế từng tí”, sự kết hợp giữa màu trắng – bạc tạo nên nét riêng thanh thúy và tinh tế.

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Các dạng hoa văn trên ốp lưng đt Oppo F5 cũng mang những đường nét gần gũi với thiên nhiên. Có thể kể đến các dạng: vân gỗ, vải da, màu nước, bầu trời,… vừa tạo cảm giác thân thiện, vừa tinh tế thông qua pha trộn các màu sắc khác nhau.

Phong cách ốp lưng Oppo F5 đơn sắc chú trọng chất liệu

Có một xu hướng ốp lưng Oppo F5 được nhiều người yêu thích chính là sự đơn giản. Màu đơn, nhưng vẫn thể hiện được nét riêng của người dùng. Ví dụ: ốp lưng xanh navy sẽ phù hợp với những người thích sự hiện đại thanh lịch, ốp lưng vàng ánh kim sẽ dành cho những ai yêu thích sự sang trọng quý phái, hoặc ốp lưng xám bạc dành cho những ai thích sự nhẹ nhàng tinh tế.

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Một dạng ốp lưng Oppo F5 khác khá được ưa chuộng là ốp lưng trong suốt. Nếu bạn là tuýp người đơn giản và thích màu tự nhiên của điện thoại, đây là ốp lưng Oppo 5 thích hợp cho điện thoại bạn. Vẫn đủ tính năng bảo vệ như một ốp lưng điện thoại nhưng không ảnh hưởng đến thiết kế, màu sắc, hoa văn hoạt tiết gốc của điện thoại.

Bạn đã chọn được ốp lưng Oppo F5 chưa?

Ốp lưng Oppo F5 và bao da Oppo F5 đa dạng chủng loại, phù hợp mọi nhu cầu. Hi vọng bài viết này sẽ mang đến cho bạn những thông tin bổ ích để bạn có thể chọn cho mình chiếc ốp lưng phù hợp với dế yêu nhé.




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steingart
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is this news blur spam?
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Apparently Newsblur is popular in Vietnam now?
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Today in rectal eel news.

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Chinese doctors remove live eel from constipated man's stomach after folk remedy fails him

The patient told doctors in Guangzhou that he had heard word on the street that his condition could be effectively relieved or even cured by a living eel, the Guangzhou Daily reported on Tuesday.

He was hospitalised last week when the live fish began to wreak havoc on his intestines after he inserted it in his anus, the report said.

One doctor said that when the man arrived at the hospital, his stomach was inflated like an air balloon, causing sharp pain. In surgery they found the animal had broken through the intestines and generated "a mess" in the man's abdominal cavity, "almost killing him", the doctor said.

I can't tell if this is just the same report as this one from 5 years ago with the serial numbers filed off. These Chinese ass-eel stories can be slippery. Hard to get a firm grip on the facts.

    ♬♬ When the fish up your ass
    Inflates your stomach with gas,
    That's a moray. ♬♬

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Shared for all the class puns. You know you love it.

If It’s New, It’s Scary

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Rene Ritchie, responding to this piece at Wired positing that iOS 11’s Core ML machine learning engine could be a privacy problem:

For an example of where that could go wrong, think of a photo filter or editing app that you might grant access to your albums. With that access secured, an app with bad intentions could provide its stated service, while also using Core ML to ascertain what products appear in your photos, or what activities you seem to enjoy, and then go on to use that information for targeted advertising.

Also nothing to do with Core ML. Smart spyware would try to convince you to give it all your photos right up front. That way it wouldn’t be limited to preconceived models or be at risk of removal or restriction. It would simply harvest all your data and then run whatever server-side ML it wanted to, whenever it wanted to.

That’s the way Google, Facebook, Instagram, and similar photo services that run targeted ads against those services already work.

To present Core ML as a privacy risk is talking about a hypothetical risk while Google and Facebook are currently ransacking your privacy.

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what aboutism, gruber style
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Differential voltage analysis as a tool for analyzing inhomogeneous aging: A case study for LiFePO4|Graphite cylindrical cells

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Publication date: 15 November 2017
Source:Journal of Power Sources, Volume 368
Author(s): Meinert Lewerenz, Andrea Marongiu, Alexander Warnecke, Dirk Uwe Sauer
In this work the differential voltage analysis (DVA) is evaluated for LiFePO4|Graphite cylindrical cells aged in calendaric and cyclic tests. The homogeneity of the active lithium distribution and the loss of anode active material (LAAM) are measured by the characteristic shape and peaks of the DVA. The results from this analysis exhibit an increasing homogeneity of the lithium-ion distribution during aging for all cells subjected to calendaric aging. At 60 °C, LAAM is found additionally and can be associated with the deposition of dissolved Fe from the cathode on the anode, where it finally leads to the clogging of pores. For cells aged under cyclic conditions, several phenomena are correlated to degradation, such as loss of active lithium and local LAAM for 100% DOD. Moreover, the deactivation of certain parts of anode and cathode due to a lithium-impermeable covering layer on top of the anode is observed for some cells. While the 100% DOD cycling is featured by a continuous LAAM, the LAAM due to deactivation by a covering layer of both electrodes starts suddenly. The homogeneity of the active lithium distribution within the cycled cells is successively reduced with deposited passivation layers and with LAAM that is lost locally at positions with lower external pressure on the electrode.

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Refresh Is Sacred

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There are two kinds of client applications: The first kind has a “refresh” or “reload” button to make sure your app’s in sync with its server’s view of the world. The second kind is broken.

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Of late, I have to deal regularly with several apps, notably including an emailer and a car-sharing service, that lack such a button. I can imagine why — a customer-focused product manager said “Steve Jobs taught us that fewer controls are better and we should just take care of making sure we’re in sync with the cloud. So lose the button.”

Except for, it doesn’t work. Apparently nobody in the world is smart enough to arrange for flawlessly reliable hands-off client/cloud synchronization. There are times when you just know that what you’re seeing on the screen is wrong and if the stupid app would just assume its world-view is stale and ask for a brain transplant from its server, things would be OK.

The car-share app is particularly aggravating, showing me a map dotted with nearby vehicles when I know for sure that this time of day I’ll be lucky if there’s even one within walkable distance. Since it totally refuses to sync, I have to switch to the Android “recents” screen and kill it. When I re-open the app, it’s OK.

Why might this happen? Well, maybe switching from WiFi to cell data (or vice versa) left some layer confused about network truth. Possibly, because your app was written in a programming language with multiple threads and shared mutable state (silly, silly programmer), the cache is malfunctioning. Maybe that same thing happened on the server. Or in the CDN. Or maybe there’s an obscure hiccup in a distant node_modules dependency that you’re tickling.

Dear product managers: Show some humility. When a customer really thinks your app is wrong and they know how to fix it, don’t get in their way.

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Trump is terrorizing America and should be removed from office

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Poet and English professor Seth Abramson recently published a Twitter thread about his current understanding of Donald Trump: his deliberate terrorization of the American public, lack of policy positions, corruption, and keen understanding of America as “a chaos machine” that “spits out attention, headlines, sometimes money” when you feed it. I think Abramson is right about Trump in many respects and I’ve included a few excerpts below…it was difficult to pick out what to highlight.

We need to never again discuss this man with respect to policy — it’s become more than clear in 9 months that he holds no policy positions.

So if you support Donald Trump because of any view you claim he holds, I don’t ever want to hear from you again. The man holds no views.

There is no position Donald Trump has ever taken that he has not, at some point in the past or present, taken the opposite position to.

But the most important thing is this: this is the first U.S. president to systematically and willfully terrorize his own populace daily.

His changeability is intended to keep us anxious and on guard. In fact, he’s admitted publicly, many times, that this is a tactic of his.

His corruption is equally studied: his business model has always been “get away with what you can,” and that’s exactly how he’s governed.

It’s *more* than that he’ll go down in our history as the worst president we’ll ever have — he’ll go down as one of our greatest villains.

Benedict Arnold tried to betray America for a prior sovereign — Trump is trying to *torture* a nation that was good to him his whole life.

Have you noticed a change in your mood since January? I mean a change you can’t seem to escape? Anxiety, anger, fear, confusion, doubt?

The most ubiquitous man in your nation is trying to poison you daily — because it gives him power — and no one’s stopping him from doing it.

I’m not using hyperbole: you’re under attack. A deliberate, unprovoked, systematic, and — yes — evil attack. And it’s working. We’re losing.

Because the last thing — of the three I mentioned — humans look for in a crisis is hope, and he’s systematically taking *that* away as well.

We don’t have hope future elections will be fair. We don’t have hope our government is working in our interests. We don’t have hope we can trust and love our neighbors and they’ll trust and love us back. And we don’t have hope things will start to make sense again.

Abramson finishes by saying that we need to focus on “legally, peacefully and transparently” removing Trump from power. I’m probably going to get some email about this post,1 so I might as well go all in here with a ludicrous-sounding hunch2 I’ve had about Trump since before the election: not only will he not resign or be impeached (for Russia ties or otherwise), he will refuse to leave office under any circumstances. He will attempt, with a non-zero chance of success, to stay in power even if he’s not re-elected in 2020.

Obviously, this is ridiculous and will not happen. What about laws and precedence and democracy and social mores, you’ll say! And you’d be correct. But Trump’s got more than 3 years to lay the groundwork to make it seem normal for him to do this…and Fox News and the Republicans will let him and aid him if they can. (I mean, if you’re America’s increasingly authoritarian & extremist minority party struggling to stay in power, making the sitting Republican President not subject to an election is far more effective than suppressing the votes of likely Democratic voters through gerrymandering and voter ID laws.) Sure, we’ll be outraged about it, but we’re outraged about him anyway and that hasn’t seemed to matter in a significant way yet.

Ok, that’s nuts, right? Could never happen in America, yes? But watching Trump as President over the past few months, is it really that difficult to imagine him going full OJ here when confronted with losing his powerful position? Instead of Simpson being driven around LA in the white Bronco by Al Cowlings followed by a phalanx of police cruisers, on January 20, 2021, it’ll be Trump locked in the White House with Senator Kid Rock, taunting the military via Twitter to come in and get him.3 That sounds more plausible than Trump genteelly hosting the incoming Democratic President for tea in what USA Today calls “the 220-year-old ritual that has become a hallmark of American democracy: The orderly transition of power that comes at the appointed hour when one president takes the oath of office and his predecessor recedes into history”. Aside from “power”, not a single other word in that sentence even remotely describes anything Trump has ever cared about.

  1. I always get email about my Trump posts. Political posts on kottke.org are pretty unpopular and lose me readers every single time. Stay in your lane, Kottke!

  2. Or perhaps “speculative fiction” is a better descriptor? I’m way too level-headed to actually believe this. Aren’t I?!

  3. Seriously though, what is the enforcement mechanism surrounding the transfer of power here? The 20th Amendment covers the beginnings and ends of terms and what happens when there’s no president-elect. But what about if a sitting President refuses to leave office? A lot of this stuff is ritual, presumably because of course (of course!!!!) the President is supposed to be a decent person who will honor tradition and democracy. Does Congress decide what to do? Does the Secret Service? The Supreme Court? The military? Can you imagine the cries of “coup” from Trump and his supporters if a bunch of Marines storm the White House? OMG, he’d love it.

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steingart
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JimB
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But the most important thing is this: this is the first U.S. president to systematically and willfully terrorize his own populace daily.
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Kottke went with some darkest timeline type shit here.

I'm both terrified of it actually happening, and amused he thinks of the things he does.
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