Thursday, May 26, 2011

cherry tree drawing in blossom

cherry tree drawing in blossom. stock vector : lossom cherry
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  • The Samurai
    Apr 30, 06:01 AM
    Anyone got a link which will work in the UK. The video is limited to the States





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  • macquariumguy
    Apr 12, 09:31 AM
    I think this law is a Good Thing. It's obvious that a certain subset of Muslims are going to have to dragged into the modern age and it's gotta start somewhere.





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  • balamw
    Oct 18, 03:50 PM
    the code name for the "widescreen ipod" is the ipod dash
    That's Incredible. it must be fast. :p

    B





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  • WildCowboy
    Jan 10, 01:44 AM
    Yep, it was definitely great to meet up with the MR folks and put some faces and names to the handles and avatars.

    (Now, why do I look so creepy in the photo?)

    I'll try to make it over tomorrow to see some of the stuff I missed today (mostly North Hall) and have another chat, but I can't guarantee it. I'll have to see how my day goes.





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  • lostngone
    Apr 10, 11:48 PM
    We need Mr. Jobs to give us something like the Ten Commandments!

    We need him to tell us how to live when he is gone.

    I really hope that data center was built to upload his consciousness.

    Screw MobileMe, I want MobileSteve!





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  • twoodcc
    Aug 28, 07:31 AM
    I'm running the console for both gpu and cpu and I just checked again and everything seems in order. whiterabbit and 3446 for both clients.

    what flags are you using for the gpu?





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  • sysiphus
    Oct 4, 12:59 PM
    I'll stick with my iLife '08+iMovie HD solution instead. Apple's gotten many things right with looking forward (early adoption/centering around USB vs legacy ports etc.), but this time I'm not seeing the draw. Oh well. Then again, I'm still a fan of Quicktime 7 Pro, so go figure ;)





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  • xlii
    Apr 15, 10:56 AM
    So strange... so this school has an unprotected wireless network? No password, no encryption? If they setup proper protection only those allowed to use the network would be able to. Then you or anyone else could bring their laptop to school to take notes.

    At the high school my daughter went to. They encouraged the students to all buy ibooks (2002). If you couldn't afford one, the school loaned you one. These were used in almost all classes and used to do research and writing assignments.





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  • UnclePaulie
    Nov 13, 08:01 PM
    anyone else get an insanely loud noise just before the instal?

    Yeah I think I got the same ridiculously loud noise. I followed the instructions that said hold the power button down until the sleep light started flashing and then this huge "BEEP" came out of the laptop and I jumped backward.





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  • FlyReeves
    Mar 28, 11:09 AM
    FB, thanks for passing that along. I had not found that elsewhere, although I had looked.

    The page http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/memory/Apple_MacBook_MacBook_Pro/Upgrade/DDR3 says you need MacOS 10.6.6.

    "You must be running Snow Leopard to address 8GB on these systems."

    Did you look on the site before asking your question here?





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  • Nugget
    Apr 6, 11:34 AM
    I sync directly with the MS server (on multiple devices) and it works well. (and I don't have to worry about it overwriting existing contacts etc) Am I missing something?

    I think the issue is this: Currently you can only sync iOS devices with Exchange if your account has ActiveSync enabled on the Exchange server. This is not a core feature in Exchange and requires additional licensing fees. I know we have to pay extra per account if we want to enable ActiveSync with our hosted Exchange service. Enabling Exchange calendar syncing via OS X SyncServices would be allow users to sync their calendars with their mobile devices even if their Exchange account does not allow ActiveSync.

    If you're syncing now with ActiveSync it's not a useful feature, but I guess there are people out there who aren't able to use ActiveSync and they're stuck right now.





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  • MikhailT
    Oct 4, 07:53 PM
    An application from iLife '11 has already been released. It's called iTunes 10. It's not 64-bit.

    What?

    iTunes have never been a part of the iLife suite and it have absolutely nothing to do with iLife except for media browser type of deals.





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  • benjayman2
    Mar 3, 12:38 AM
    ^^^^
    Awesome





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  • lazyrighteye
    Nov 18, 03:48 AM
    Anyway, what would be nice (but a long way off) is a thin touch-sensitive OLED membrane of a keyboard. It accepts input and provides visual feedback, but can also provide tactile feedback by way of a series of pins underneath the membrane. The system could cause the pins to raise slightly, forming the outline of keys or perhaps bars for mixer controls or whatever. Like I said, a long way off, but that's the earliest that I can see this sort of idea actually being marketable.

    What prevents the entire "base" of the laptop from being able to detect touch input like an iPod scroll wheel - but instead of up, down, left, right and "around," it's a keyboard, and gaming pad, a PDA, a DJ pad, video editing, medical field, education, whatever? Each different input configuration controlled by whatever application you're using.
    Dunno, just rambli'...

    One nice result would be no marred screens form raised keys (tho that may have been remedied by these latest sunken MacBook keyboards).

    Then there is the tactile factor... which is still important (I think). I use a Treo 650 and while I have the option to dial numbers via touch screen, I almost always (like 99% of the time) opt for the teeny tiny little numbers in the QWERTY keypad. Not 100% sure why, but I think it does have a lot to do with the tactile quality of the QWERTY vs. the absolute zero tactile aspect of the touch screen.





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  • jfinke
    Aug 7, 04:33 PM
    It is definately lagging now. I am sure that digg and slashdot are linked to it as well.





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  • sim667
    Jan 20, 04:19 AM
    The ever-popular GeekTool (http://projects.tynsoe.org/en/geektool/) is how he does it.

    never heard of it, however, it will be going on my mac tonight i think :)





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  • AlBDamned
    Sep 9, 03:47 AM
    RAIN RAIN RAIN! LET IT RAIN, LET IT RAIN, LET IT RAIN!

    Supposed to later but it looks and feels like another clear one to me. Here's hoping though.

    45 minutes till play resumes. I bet Giles and Jones had trouble sleeping last night. I got the train this morning at Putney and it was even more packed than yesterday with people on their way to Vauxhall for the day. Gits.

    To all the US members lost here, this is the game where you can play five matches at five days a piece and still draw!! Brilliant.





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  • cbrain
    Feb 1, 10:05 AM
    Am I the only one that wants iWork 07'? My trial ran out on 06 and I need it for school, but don't want to get 06 and have 07 come out a few days later.

    You could try Openoffice.org for Mac. It's basically very like Microsoft Office only Openoffice.org is free.





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  • glocke12
    May 4, 05:51 PM
    I haven't read the article yet, but I think its inevitable that at some point in time America as it is known now will cease to exist, either due to economics, politics, immigration or a combination of all three.

    Heck...America of 40-50 years ago has pretty much ceased to exist.





    ericinboston
    Apr 4, 03:53 PM
    Two words: UI responsiveness. The huge boost the A4 provides makes the iPhone 4 worlds better than the iPhone 3/3GS. In relation to Android devices, their UI responsiveness SUCKS, even when they're running a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, which makes using them an exercise in frustration.

    My peer has the iPhone 4...and I use it here and there...I really don't think there's anything different in regards to snappiness. Inherently there SHOULD be a bit more speed on the 4 but it's nothing I've noticed.



    iOS rocks the socks off Android from a UI responsiveness perspective, and this is a CRUCIAL PIECE in growing and maintaining a user base. Most people don't care about the tech specs. They just want a device that meets their needs and feels "fast," and Apple has been able to provide that far better than any other smartphone maker.

    I haven't seen the Android for long periods of time...but the A devices I've seen and used are very snappy. Of course, everything takes a bit of time to learn to use so you can't just say the Android sucks. Android is selling more than iPhone...the facts are in. :) Android doesn't suck. Maybe a particular device running Android but that's like blaming Microsoft because your HP/Dell/Compaq/Toshiba(insert your vendor here) has 1 particular model that ain't so great.

    I'd love to get the iPhone 5...but my contract is up in Sep, the iPhone 5 is gonna be here in 2012 according to Apple and other sources. Can I wait? I dunno...and what will the iPhone 5 have that will ENTICE me to keep me as an Apple customer? If it's simply a (like the iPad 2) faster chip and more internal memory and 1 or 2 features(while, say, the Android has all sorts of better/cooler features), then nope...it's Android time.

    I don't have a billion apps like some folks. My iPhone is really a video camera/camera, web surfer, and emailer device which I occassionally run an app like ESPN Scorecenter. The iPhone really needs to fix some simple PHONE features/annoyances like the Contact list, a Redial feature, and a few other things. Not to mention the years-old problem(s) of long voice memos and/or video footage that cannot be trimmed or synched with the almighty iTunes. Lame.

    Overall I LOVE my 3GS...but sooooo many cool(er) phones and features out there this year that when my contract ends, I will shop wisely.





    Burnsey
    Apr 6, 06:24 PM
    All true, but this is just vested self-interest. All countries are in it for themselves.

    Besides, the U.S. loves having an Israel in the Middle East.

    Keeps the oil barons on their toes.

    The oil barons don't need to be kept on their toes, most of them are already bought and paid for by the US. Those monarchs and dictators you see ruling countries like Saudi Arabia and Bahrain are all bought and paid for.





    LethalWolfe
    Jan 30, 11:25 AM
    I'm really disappointed with these annoucements. Where's the stuff for their computers? Leopard? iLife 07? It just seems like they're pushing into every aspect of the market as quickly as possible. A business is like a tree...ignore the roots, and it'll die. Not that I'm saying Apple's going anywhere, but there a lot of disappointed people.
    Yes, things like Apple's move to Intel procs, the purchasing of Silicon Color, and the discounting of Shake (amid rumors of a brand new replacement app) are also recent signs of how Apple is ignoring it's roots.:rolleyes:

    It just seems ridiculous that they would only announce Apple TV and the iPhone, and nothing else! There's really nothing for anyone - every single person in that room, watching Jobs give his Keynote, without a doubt, has their own phone in their pocket.
    Besides phones I'm sure every single person in that room owned a laptop or desktop computer too.


    Lethal





    bigandy
    Aug 8, 12:33 PM
    damnit.





    Advance The Man
    Jul 15, 07:04 PM
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    I have one that is dropping calls 1/4 of the time. Was at Apple store. An employee there bought a bumper for his. He sounded frustrated over the dropped calls. You fanboys got to come up with something more that people are morons or whining over it. I assure you this issue is quite real.

    I'm leaning towards bad batch and you just happened to get one. If you don't like it you can return it, stop bitching, and get a different phone.

    I did. That's why I was at Apple. Problem still exists. Had dropped calls with this one today. Can't imagine not having an iPhone. Wait to see what will be announced. I would likely go back to 3GS with iOS4.



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