Wednesday, May 18, 2011

short hair 2011 magazine

short hair 2011 magazine. emma watson short hair 2011
  • emma watson short hair 2011

  • Moyank24
    May 3, 08:53 PM
    i second this motion. we could also split and move to and search two rooms, but it's probably best to wait for at least one up-level before we split.
    which room is irrelevant.

    another option, since from the GM's words the first round seems to be safe, would be to split in three groups: one goes to each of the adjacent rooms and then we all explore the thre next rooms. the next round we can converge back to the start room, explore it and be a single group again
    the positive is that we find any treasure in the first 3 rooms, we expand the map, we also give less hint on where we can go next to mscriv.
    the negative is that any treasure only applies to some of the people, and that we have to come back here to rejoin.

    short hair 2011 magazine. +watson+short+hair+2011
  • +watson+short+hair+2011

  • anti-microsoft
    Apr 25, 09:03 AM
    From what I've read, this really isn't that big of an issue. The database is just a list (that's locally stored) of places that you've been to. If it was uploaded to Apple, I would definitely be concerned but if it's a local file, then what's the fuss?
    To get to the information, people would have to either:

    A. Steal your phone and access the file
    B. Steal your computer and access your iPhone backups
    C. Hack your phone and find the file (if that's even possible)
    D. Hack your computer and access the backups
    E. Follow you wherever you go (unlikely, but who knows)

    To me those options are more worrying when it comes to privacy than a list of coordinates stored locally on your phone, hidden in some sub-folder.

    Anyway, someone correct me if I'm wrong.


    short hair 2011 magazine. short hair 2011 magazine.
  • short hair 2011 magazine.

  • XForge
    Aug 4, 01:45 PM
    Who voted negative????? You want it slower, eh? Give the man a G3! No, a 601!
    They can have my 500MHz G3 iBook, I'm nearly done with it.

    Ah, to be able to view movie trailers again.... siiigghhhh....

    short hair 2011 magazine. That hair was a killer.
  • That hair was a killer.

  • ergle2
    Sep 16, 01:59 AM
    While I agree the 2.33GHz upgrades are too expensive on the iMac, I expect the 2.33GHz will be the standard part in both the 15" and 17" top MBP models - no doubt on the 17". Who knows, Apple's cost per 2.33 may even drop every 30 days or so in their contract with Intel.

    I dunno... the 2.33GHz Yonah's been available for some time but Apple's never offered it.

    Of course, it could be deliberate so that they can offer it with the introduction of Merom, thus making the speedbump greater than that attributable to Merom's enhancements...

    I'd always assumed it was because Intel wanted such a large premium on the part for something that's a shade over 9% faster in clock-speed and maybe 5-6% faster in real world terms...

    What is even more ridiculous is if we look at the OEM cpu-price-per-1,000 units (which isn't what Apple pays, they'll get the much better tier-1 full-platform price), where the difference between the 2.0 and the ~16% faster 2.33 chip is more than the 2.0 chip itself costs!

    (T7200, 2.0GHz $294 vs T7600, 2.33GHz $637, with T7400, 2.13GHz, 4MB L2 $423 for those interested).

    short hair 2011 magazine. Essence Magazine, Black
  • Essence Magazine, Black

  • Multimedia
    Aug 7, 04:23 PM
    Not really significantly faster than the G5 Quad. Maybe 50% faster at best. As owner of a Quad G5 my motivation would be more about the 6 bays and the FW 800 and extra USB 2 port on the front than the speed. :) Not worth the extra money to go 3GHz - 33% more money for 12% more speed doesn't make economic sense. Need 8 cores inside.

    short hair 2011 magazine. Short curly hair style is a
  • Short curly hair style is a

  • MorphingDragon
    May 6, 07:44 AM
    GL on getting people to start making ARM binaries for windows 8 which only runs on tablets who happen to be extremely unsuccessful. If Microsoft makes an ARM version of windows 8 for tablets only, then windows-based tablets will be even deader than they are already.

    Microsoft could just extend CLR to run on ARM platforms, then a lot of C# projects could be easily ported.

    short hair 2011 magazine. Hot hair cut of the Year
  • Hot hair cut of the Year

  • Chundles
    Aug 4, 11:52 PM
    So I am planning on buying a MBP a soon or soon after they upgrade to Merom (depending on my $$ situation). BUt, I might be convinced to wait until Leopard is installed on the machines to buy.
    How much will it cost to upgrade? I know that the current version of OSX is $100+ in the Apple store. Is that an upgrade, or for people still running 9? Will the upgrade be that much?


    There are no "Upgrade" versions of OSX, every disk is a full install.

    It will most likely cost US$129 as it has in the past.

    short hair 2011 magazine. Inside the magazine she talks
  • Inside the magazine she talks

  • �algiris
    May 4, 04:41 PM
    Just because you got this raving review today doesn't mean you have to rub it in all of our faces. :p

    Seeing it first time, but yeah it's fast and cheap and no caps.

    short hair 2011 magazine. Magazine Subscription
  • Magazine Subscription

  • Phil A.
    Apr 18, 02:51 PM
    Ridiculous. Nothing is at all similar, aside from the bezel. But then if that's an "infringement" then all those digital picture frame makers can sue Apple for copying their "user interface". Honeycomb itself, the actual aspect ratio, none of that is similar. Get a grip Apple.

    Have you looked at the TouchWiz UI? It's almost identical to iOS - dock at the bottom, pages of icons in a grid and you even remove applications in the same way as you do on the iPhone. I've nothing at all against competition for iOS, but they shouldn't just rip the design off

    short hair 2011 magazine. Hair-Color-Magazines
  • Hair-Color-Magazines

  • Don't panic
    May 3, 10:06 PM
    that example is based on an impossible scenario (according to the rest of the rules) because the hero has more HP than AP while the max for both should be the level
    it still illustrate the mechanics, but it does introduce confusion. that's why i had dropped it in my re-write. the second example is clearer

    short hair 2011 magazine. short hair 2011. Girls
  • short hair 2011. Girls

  • Reed Rothchild
    Mar 29, 02:48 PM
    Those idiots at Amazon probably still think that iOS is a close ecosystem where Apple restricts competitors in order to be able to rip off their loyal customer base.
    Yep, In the case of this Amazon app/offering, that's exactly what iOS is.
    The Amazon Android app lets you:
    a. stream music from the cloud
    b. using the mobile app, purchase music from the amazon mp3 store and
    c. download that purchased music to your local android devices music library.

    You simply cannot replicate that functionality with an ios app and get it approved by Apple.

    There's one Apple approved way to get music onto your iPhone/Pod/Pad's local music library. Itunes.

    Now I buy all my online music from Amazon and it get's into iTunes and onto my iPhone, iPad and various iPod's just fine. But only by using a computer and then syncing over the wire.
    Wouldn't it be so much easier if I could just buy the damned music from Amazon ON my iPhone and have it sync BACK to iTunes and then onto my other devices, wirelessly.
    Would Amazon jump at the chance to offer me that ability?
    They most certainly would.
    Would Apple aapprove that app?
    Not a chance.

    I highly suspect that lilo777 was being sarcastic :). Agree with your points though.

    short hair 2011 magazine. The Harper\\#39;s BaZAar magazine
  • The Harper\\#39;s BaZAar magazine

  • jav6454
    May 7, 11:24 AM
    Yes please. The move makes sense given the Windows Live stuff MS is doing.

    They've been trying that for years, ever since the Hotmail era.

    short hair 2011 magazine. sienna miller hair 2011.
  • sienna miller hair 2011.

  • dba7dba
    Apr 26, 03:08 PM
    add me to another purchaser of android phone. i myself have iphone. i wanted to buy a smartphone for a family member. considered iphone but one thing that drove me away from iphone was the requirement of a pc to activate it. no such requirement for android.

    short hair 2011 magazine. prom magazines Finding Prom
  • prom magazines Finding Prom

  • Killyp
    Aug 7, 04:46 AM
    How is iChat actually? Ya know? Compared to MSN? I discussed it with someguy yesterday, ironically over MSN:p , and he said Adium is better... How is the GUI and also userfreindlinesses?:)

    Personally, I prefer iChat over Adium.

    It's a much simpler, cleaner design and it integrates with OS X perfectly.

    It's very fast loading, glitch free (pretty much), and video looks fantastic!!!!

    I use AIM, and I love it. MSN is terrible in comparison, and AIM on Adium aint as good as AIM on iChat IMO...

    short hair 2011 magazine. wearing hair short Summer
  • wearing hair short Summer

  • kirk26
    Aug 3, 12:00 PM
    It's not scientific at all. No way in hell is it scientific. I should know, I'm a scientist, got a degree and everything.

    I'm keeping this for my quote. Classic!

    short hair 2011 magazine. short hair 2011 magazine.
  • short hair 2011 magazine.

  • skunk
    Sep 11, 04:56 AM
    You 'ad wheelbarrows and paper! Y'soft southern nancies...We 'ad to remember the binary code in our 'eads and if we got one number wrong our dads would kill us and dance on our shallow graves...You were lucky! We didn't have dads in my day.

    short hair 2011 magazine. Short hair Magazine Poland
  • Short hair Magazine Poland

  • Multimedia
    Sep 16, 10:02 AM
    MacBook please.C2D MB by Thanksgiving Nov 23 :D

    short hair 2011 magazine. +watson+short+hair+2011
  • +watson+short+hair+2011

  • iMacZealot
    Jul 30, 07:37 PM
    I have Verizon, my wife T-Mobile. T-Mobile works fine in New York City, and so does Verizon. Especially in the past year Verizon has spent literally a fortune improving their reception, so that dead spots are much fewer than they used to be. I believe this is why they ignore "cool" phones, they are going for reliability with companies who buy in bulk for their employees, not really for consumers - go to a Verizon store if you want to be convinced they don't really care about the common man -

    but what I am trying to say is, that I disagree about reception of Verizon: it's very good, and especially so outside of the major business cities like NYC and Washington. My wife's T-Mobile often is out of range when we travel, and we have to use my Verizon phone.

    That said, Verizon rarely, with the exception of the recent Treo 700p, gets the really cool phones, so will probably bypass Apple as well.

    I do agree that Verizon does not care about the layman, but I never get very good service here in Denver or if I visit my sisters in the bay area. I don't know why, but I just never get three bars or above usually at my house. Whenever I go to NYC, I spend most, if not all my time in Times Square and it just seems to constantly go in and out. I think T-Mobile is actually the best choice when it comes to international travel. Sprint is $1.50/min. and didn't even work in Rome, T-Mobile is $.99/min., and let's not even think about VZW's plans. T-Mobile worked for me from Here to LAX to TPE to SIN to KUL to even REP. Besides, they have a better minutes/dollar ratio than any of the other three major carriers and the coverage checker I checked works in every city I visit normally which are NYC, the Lamorinda Area, Vail, Boston, Denver (my home), and of course, everywhere else in the world.

    short hair 2011 magazine. Trendy Long Hair Styles With
  • Trendy Long Hair Styles With

  • QuarterSwede
    Apr 25, 11:36 AM
    Puhleeeeze. We are not concerned about your average criminal or private investigator. We are concerned about the us government, homeland security, cia, nsa, fbi, etc.
    Who has easy access to that info even on dumb phones. That is not the issue here.

    All Apple needs to do is flush the file once a day(s), encrypt the file on the phone and not back it up (and if there's a reason, to have that encrypted [which can already be done]).

    Incorrect. It makes absolutely no sense to store ALL locations/WiFi data/timestamps indefinitely for what you described. The data should be processed and pruned to be used efficiently.
    That's what he said: "The only difference is that Apple left out a time based truncation feature."

    Mar 27, 12:33 AM
    Well if one AOL owned tech blog can't get rumors right (Engadget), I'm not believing the other way less popular one (TechCrunch).

    Jul 21, 03:36 PM
    Maybe I'm out in right field with this suggestion, but how about a further separation between the black Macbook and the white, other than color?

    Macbooks (white) - Yonah and integrated graphics (960?)
    Macbook (black) - Merom and the new integrated graphics (965???)

    That would certainly justify the black's higher cost and would give it more of a punch to be that PB 12" replacement.

    May 3, 08:27 AM
    cuisines from metric system places

    cuisines from imperial system places

    Britain is halfway between imperial and metric. Which makes a lot of sense. We are fatter than the Italians and French, but not as fat as you Yanks. The French in particular look down on British cooking, but not as much as American cooking! British cheese isn't as good as French/Italian but is a damn sight better than that plastic American stuff.

    Picking up a good correlation here!

    Jul 30, 07:20 AM
    "The louder he talked of his honor, the faster we counted the spoons." -- Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Wooden spoons?

    Aug 7, 03:28 PM
    Can anyone tell what the holdups are on Mac Pros? Both the X1900 and bluetooth/airport seem to take it from 3-5 days up to 2-5 weeks.

    No comments:

    Post a Comment