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Though it seemed a bit 'kludgey' at first, this process has proven a lot easier than trying to keep a variety of socket sizes at the ready.
MAKE Magazine 2009
The eBw-1150 has its kludgey aspects, most notably its elderly software (written for Windows 98 and not greatly updated since).
Text input on a tablet suffers from the same kludgey problems, as "digital ink" tends to:
whyPad? James F. McGrath 2010
The $500 thing you're referring to is probably a refundable tax credit see p. 11/23, with an awful lot of kludgey mechanics surrounding it.
Let's talk about the stimulus package. Ann Althouse 2009
Playing old-school NES games is reassuringly awesome, but playing them in emulation at your computer is inauthentic and sometimes kludgey.
But InterAction relies on attorneys adding contact information and dealing with its kludgey interface.
The audience laughed out loud when the Microsoft guy showed off a kludgey system that lets you fetch Outlook e-mail messages using voice commands from a cell phone.
The portable version would either need to hook directly into your audio source or use a microphone which is kludgey at best ...
Meanwhile, the cranky, kludgey world of open 802.11 base-stations gains ground every day.
He is expected by the cult to buy yet some other doo-dad as a kludgey work around to make up for the fact that the ipad is inferior.