We always assume that what we do online will reflect what we do offline when we interact with others, but we frequently forget that the things we’re interacting with online could have a huge effect on our offline behavior as well.
If you’re a social media user, you’ve probably experienced this: You get an email, and it’s from a stranger, and you have to click through the’reply’ link to respond. Because it’s internet, all of a sudden, your phone gets a call. And then it turns out the person calling you could not find your cell, so they call again, this time calling your landline.
This can happen. When youre out and about, you can forget that a call was made or that someone you know has called. You forget that your phone has been on the other end of a call.
A common scenario is that you have some sort of emergency, and you may not be able to use a computer. Then, because of the internet, you get an email or a text that you have to respond to. Even if you can respond to your email or text, you’re still on the hook for the same charge. And even if you respond successfully, there’s still an email to follow up with, an inquiry to send, or a message to reply to.
dft, a new online service that allows you to send an email on your cell phone, that works like a pay-as-you-go phone plan, and has a free trial, is now offering a new feature called “dft internet.” It works by sending a text message to a phone number assigned to your account on the dft internet service.
The idea is very simple. Instead of sending an ordinary text message, you can send a text message to your account with a name, phone number, and a date and time. The reply then takes only about two more seconds to arrive. You don’t even have to be online to use this service. Simply text “dft internet” and your phone number to 624-777-7777. That’s it.
I’d like to be able to show this new feature on my own website and then share it with the community.
Currently, there’s no official website for the service, and there’s no way to interact with the service, but the developer team is working on one. It will be able to use your internet connection to send you a text message. They’ve published a video tutorial explaining how to use it on their website. The only information I have about the service is that it costs a little something to send a text message.
DFT (Dry Firing) is a game that uses a laser to set up the game’s camera to give you the right amount of power. When you shoot, the laser has to be set to 1,000 watts. It also has a timer that allows you to keep your camera steady for a short period of time, and when you’re shooting, it will set the laser to 1,000 watts.
I haven’t been able to figure out if this is a game or an app. Both of the videos that they have are pretty dry and boring.