Free sex sign up by mobile phone
Phone manufacturers are constantly striving to create new products that can run longer on a single battery charge but a team of engineers at the University of Washington (UW) has gone the extra mile: They built a cell phone that doesn't need a battery at all. It's a simple printed circuit board with the bare basics to make phone calls possible, including a microphone, number pad and a headphone jack.
But while it might not hold up to the aesthetic appeal of an i Phone, you don't have to worry about the phone's charge dying without warning.
(For example, the “Partner is intoxicated but is Good2Go.”) Easy, right?
When I tried this process out with a partner, it took us four minutes to navigate through all the screens, mostly because he kept asking, “Why are we using an app for this? ” (More on that later.) I was confused, too: As the instigator, I wasn't asked to confirm that I wanted to have sex or to state my own intoxication level for my partner's consideration.
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Do you feel neglected when your partner is on their phone?
Here’s how it works: After deciding that you would like to have sex with someone, launch the Good2Go app (free on i Tunes and Google Play), hand the phone off to your potential partner, and allow him or her to navigate the process to determine if he or she is ready and willing. ” the first screen asks, prompting the partner to answer “No, Thanks,” “Yes, but … Only Yes means Yes, BUT can be changed to NO at anytime!Most telemarketers must take your home phone number off of their call lists if you've signed up for the Registry. A: You can sign up for the Registry for free by telephone or through the Internet. You must have an active email address to register through the Internet so you can receive an email that is part of the registration process.To register by phone, you must call 1-888-382-1222 from the phone number you wish to register. A: Placing your number on the Registry will stop most, but not all, telemarketing calls.All other choices lead to a screen, which asks the partner if she is an existing Good2Go user or a new one.If she’s a new user, she’s prompted to enter her phone number and a password, confirm that she is 18 years old, and press submit.
To get around that problem, the team designed a base station that transmits RF signals to the battery-free cell phone.